- 24 Nov 2023
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Microsoft SharePoint web part
- Updated on 24 Nov 2023
- 2 Minutes to read
When you add the Liquit Workspace SharePoint webpart for the first time to your SharePoint Workspace, the following screen will be shown:
To make changes to the SharePoint webpart you need to edit it. To do this, hover over the Liquit Workspace SharePoint webpart and click on the pencil icon.
The following property pane will be displayed.
|The FQDN on which the targeted Liquit Workspace zone can be found (e.g. workspace.liquit.com)
|The identity source needed to authenticate. You need to select a shared identity source for this. If you have for example Microsoft Entra ID (Azure AD) setup this would be an ideal choice. The name should correspond with the name in Liquit Workspace.
|An optional title to be shown above the Liquit Workspace Microsoft SharePoint webpart. When you use a “Classic” SharePoint page to display the webpart, Microsoft SharePoint will automatically prepend the word "Webpart" to the “Liquit Workspace” title.
|if enabled, the configured title will be displayed.
|This dropdown allows you to select the desired view. You can switch between a catalog or workspace view.
|Allows you to select the desired icon size:
|Allows you to set the default sorting:
|Show apps as tiles
|If enabled, the application icons will be rendered as tiles.
|Allows you to select your desired SharePoint site theme:
|Defines whether or not filters should be displayed in the Liquit Workspace Microsoft SharePoint webpart.
|Use pop up authentication
|This enables the popup authentication, which should be used when a Liquit Workspace session cannot be guaranteed.
If you enable Content Security Policy (CSP) and/or Cross-Origin Resource Sharing for your Liquit Workspace zone, it is important that you add the entries listed below to the websites. This will ensure that Microsoft SharePoint is able to communicate with your Liquit Workspace zone.
[your SharePoint tenant]-*.sharepoint.com
If you want to more be specific you can enhance this even further:
[your SharePoint tenant]-[app-id].sharepoint.com
It is also possible to integrate the SharePoint web part with Viva Connections. You can do this by setting up Viva Connections and adding the Liquit Workspace SharePoint webpart to the chosen page.