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Link the status board to a Modern SharePoint page

  • 10 May 2024
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Is there a way to link the status board to a SharePoint page, the link does not work when I try to embedded it form the manage apps settings page. 

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@JGatta 680e2a3 concord I believe there is a way to embed HTML into a SharePoint from what I remember and that is what you would need to do in this case, I will start looking to see if anything pops up. 

@JGatta 680e2a3 concord  Yeah you can do it.. Embed code,  copy paste no need to edit the HTML at least in the version we are running. 

 

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 It’s not working for me for some reason.

 

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@JGatta 680e2a3 concord  Oh this is a personal Sharepoint page, ok you’ll note in your screen shot that “Script tags are not supported” in the last line of the first paragraph.

 

There is a method I saw online that could work,  but I have not tested it.

https://blog.enterprisedna.co/how-to-add-html-code-in-sharepoint-online-modern-page/

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Unfortunately, it either downloads automatically or doesn't open at all, I want it viewable.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
    <title>Status Board Integration</title>
</head>
<body>
    <script>
        document.writeln("<script src='https://concord.incidentiq.com/apps/statusBoard/api/status/snippet/full?t=" + (new Date().getTime()) + "'></" + "script>");
    </script>
</body>
</html>

<iframe src="https://sau8.sharepoint.com/:u:/s/SAU8TechnologiesLearningCenter/EVezOikeSf9KncrI5o708eYB0TSMH4iKnc0v4RtwmwJmGA?e=mOwMoX" width="100%" height="600px" frameborder="0" style="border:none; overflow:hidden;"></iframe>

 

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@JGatta 680e2a3 concord  You may have to turn on Classic SharePoint again I am not 100% on this as I haven’t tested I would suggest spinning up a new site and testing. From what I am reading online this seems to be Microsoft just making things hard as they like to do… if this fails then I am not sure next steps it may take someone with more depth of knowledge on SharePoint / HTML then I have.

 

https://www.process.st/how-to/return-to-classic-sharepoint/

 

Change the experience for a list or document library

  1. In the modern experience for a list or document library, select Settings  , and then select List settings or Library settings.

    In the classic experience, Library Settings or List Settings exists on the ribbon.

  2. Towards the end of the list of settings, select Advanced settings and select List experience.

  3. Select one of the three options, and to save, select OK.

    Important: Even when you select New experienceyou might see the classic experience sometimes.

Change the experience for all lists and libraries on a site

You can activate the site collection feature SharePoint Lists and Libraries experience to set the classic experience as the default for an entire site. For more info, see  How to enable or disable site collection features.

When both the site collection feature is active and the List experience for a list or library is set to New experience, the new experience is used.

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  • @JGatta 680e2a3 concord  it may also help us both to post this as a NEW question as well on how to imbed status board into a share point site. people will see this is already answered and not see the new question / dialog
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@JGatta 680e2a3 concord Thank you for submitting your question to our community! 😄

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