Office 365 News – Move and Copy files and folders in OneDrive for Business

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Now, finally, we can move and copy files within our OneDrive for Business web GUI


Some random document…

Some time, early 2015, Microsoft introduced the ability to move/copy files in OneDrive for Business. This has been one of the major obstacles for using OneDrive for Business as a E1 user without the Office applications installed locally. Or rather, as a Online only user no matter what license. As a long time SHarePoint user and technician, this is a long awaited feature in SHarePoint as well, so now I’m keeping my fingers crossed for this ‘simple’ little feature to appear there as well. (I do not for one second think that this has been easy to implement at all) In addition, the function is quick!

Want to see how it looks and works?

The following table lists the tested and verified behaviour of the Copy/Move functionality in OneDrive for Business:

Action Behavior Notes
Move File(s) Moves the selected file(s) to the designated target container Retains metadata Retains sharing Does not overwrite if filename exists, reports back error
Move Folder(s) Moves the selected folder(s) to the designated target container Recreates a new copy of the folder Retains sharing Does not overwrite if filename exists, reports back error
Copy File(s) Copies the selected file(s) to the designated target container Recreates a new copy of the file(s) with new metadata Does not retain sharing Does not overwrite if filename exists, reports back error
Copy Folder(s) Copies the selected folder(s) to the designated target container Recreates a new copy of the folder with new metadata Does not retain sharing Does not overwrite if filename exists, reports back error
Copy or Move in SharePoint N/A – ‘Send to’ a predetermined location is the closest we get in SharePoint Server or SharePoint Online N/A

How it looks in reality:

Move or Copy a single file


Move or Copy multiple files/folders


Select the target, check the ‘Copy’ box if you want to Copy and not Move


After copying/Moving, you will get a Little reciept in the top right corner





If one or many of the files allready exist at the target, they are not overwritten, not even with a new name or new version. You will instead get a note on this and the result


Now, we all hope for the same in SharePoint! Until it comes, we all to this ‘simple’ feature say: FINALLY!

References and Credits

None at this time…

Credits & many thanks to

Everyone!   SP2013logo




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Office 365 guide series – Prevent unwanted use of SharePoint Designer

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SharePoint Designer, bad in the wrong hands

Prevent unwanted use of SharePoint Designer (SPD)

Hi SharePoint Online administrators!

You have all Heard the nickname SharePoint Destroyer right? I’m not a SharePoint Designer hater at all, quite the opposite actually. Some things can simply just be done from SPD and no Place else. Like for example saving a SharePoint online Site Collection from a failed branding attempt…or a miscoded masterpage…
No, SPD is a really good tool for the ones who know how to use it and with the proper skills and the proper permissions it can be a real help in many scenarios, onprem or in the cloud.

However, what I want to Point out here in this post, is that not everyone has the skills needed, and way to many users have too high permissions for their own good.
A powerfull tool like SPD in the wrong hands can be dangerous…
The only example we need: OneDrive for Business…until Microsoft makes a change and restricts every users completely unmotivated administrative privilieges to the OneDrive for Business/Mysite, we want to stop our users any way we can.

So, this is what I have found that can assist in this task in a Office 365 scenario:

1. Remove SPD as a download from Office 365 (Makes it harder)

2. Prevent the use of SPD (Not easy to accomplish in OneDrive for Business)

3. Educate your users. (Often not realistic at all)

1. Remove SPD as a download from Office 365

OK, if you did not know this, Office 365 has a link for every user, where they can freely or included in the license, download software. It includes the Office 365 Proplus and Lync+Outlook for Mac and more, one of the applications offered to the users is SharePoint Designer.
The link to download SharePoint Designer can be removed by a global Administrator though…(thank you Microsoft)
This is what you do:

Click the ‘startbutton’ in the Applauncher of your Office 365 tenant, then click on Admin

O365 Admin0

Expand Service Settings and select User Software

O365 Admin1x

Deselect the SharePoint Designer checkbox and hit Save.

O365 Admin2x

Done. This configuration will stop users from easily finding SharePoint Designer inside of Office 365

Note: Remember however, they can still install it from other sources.

If you did not know this, the software is installed by the users from here:







This setting will be removed/Hidden from the user if you follow the steps above.

2. Prevent the use of SPD

Before ywe begin, this is NOT easily done in OneDrive for Business. Since every OneDrive for Business is its own Site Collection (or part of the mysite) it has to be configured on every single OneDrive for Business. And even if this is accomplished, it can be ‘unconfigured’ by the user since he/she has administrative privileges.

Stop the use of SharePoint Designer completely in a single Site Collection this way:

In the Site Settings menu, select the Site Collections Site Settings

Site Settings 1x

Select SharePoint Designer Settings

Site Settings 2x

Deselect Enable SharePoint Designer to stop its use completely. Or, if you rather let the users do some things but not all, select the minor options as you choose.

Site Settings 3x

Hit OK and you are safe!

3. Educate your users

This is actually not a bad idea, depending on the type of users and the kind of business you are and the size and so on, this can be the very best way, but it can also be the hardest, the most expensive and the least secure way.
My recommendation, do keep this in mind. It can be a good adea to put some trust in your users and give them some responsibility, sometimes…
How to do this step, that is not my area of expertese, but there are others who know this. If you are a small organization, use email! Or Office 365 Video?

With that, we are done for this time.

References and Credits

Organize your Office 365 with the new app launcher

Introducing Office 365 Video


Credits & many thanks to

Always, Mattias Gutke, now at Xperta

My excellent colleges/coworkers at Xperta! All of you! My team, Johanna, Oscar, Micke and again, Mattias!






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Export a document library using Export-SPWeb and itemurl


(This is my better version of the TechNet articles on the same CMDlet that does a poor job with the details, I hope that it will help some of you)
SharePoint 2010 | SharePoint 2013
Applies to:  SharePoint Foundation 2010 | SharePoint Server 2010 | SharePoint Foundation 2013 | SharePoint Server 2013 

Exports a site, list, or library.

Export-SPWeb [-Identity] <GUID/Name/SPWeb object> -Path <String> [-AssignmentCollection <SPAssignmentCollection>] [-CompressionSize <Int32>] [-Confirm [<SwitchParameter>]] [-Force <SwitchParameter>] [-HaltOnError <SwitchParameter>] [-HaltOnWarning <SwitchParameter>] [-IncludeUserSecurity <SwitchParameter>] [-IncludeVersions <LastMajor | CurrentVersion | LastMajorAndMinor | All>] [-ItemUrl <String>] [-NoFileCompression <SwitchParameter>] [-NoLogFile <SwitchParameter>] [-UseSqlSnapshot <SwitchParameter>] [-WhatIf [<SwitchParameter>]]


Export-SPWeb http://site –Path "c:\temp\site export.cmp" -ItemURL "/subsite/documents"

This example exports the document library at http://site/subsite/documents to a new file called ‘site export.cmp' in the ‘C:\temp’ directory.





Identity Required Specifies the URL or GUID of the Web to be exported. The type must be either
– a valid GUID, in the form ‘12345678-90ab-cdef-1234-567890bcdefgh’
– a valid name of a SharePoint site (for example, MySPSite1)
or a URL:
or an instance of a valid SPWeb object
Path Required Specifies the name of the export file. If the -NoFileCompression parameter is used, a directory must be specified; otherwise, any file format is valid.
Example: “c:\temp\exportedsite.cmp” or with the -NoFileCompression “c:\temp\exportedsite\”
AssignmentCollection Optional Manages objects for the purpose of proper disposal. Use of objects, such as SPWeb or SPSite, can use large amounts of memory and use of these objects in Windows PowerShell scripts requires proper memory management. Using the SPAssignment   object, you can assign objects to a variable and dispose of the objects after they are needed to free up memory. When SPWeb, SPSite, or SPSiteAdministration objects are used, the objects are automatically disposed of if an assignment collection or the Global parameter is not used.

When the Global parameter is used, all objects are contained in the global store. If objects are not immediately used, or disposed of by using the Stop-SPAssignment command, an out-of-memory scenario can occur.
CompressionSize Optional Sets the maximum file size for the compressed export files. If the total size of the exported package is greater than this size, the exported package will be split into multiple files.
Confirm Optional Prompts you for confirmation before executing the command. For more information, type the following   command: get-help about_commonparameters
Force Optional -Force Forcefully overwrites the export package if it already exists.The type must be either of the following values:
FalseThe default value is False.
HaltOnError Optional Stops the export process when an error occurs.
HaltOnWarning Optional Stops the export process when a warning occurs.
IncludeUserSecurity Optional Preserves the user security settings except for SPLists that have broken inheritance and item level   permissions set.
(Use Import-SPWeb with –IncludeUserSecurity to preserve security on import)
IncludeVersions Optional Indicates the type of file and list item version history to be included in the export operation. If the
-IncludeVersions parameter is absent, the Export-SPWeb cmdlet by default uses a value of CurrentVersion. The type must be any one of the following versions:
LastMajor “Last major version for files and list items (default)”
CurrentVersion “The current version, either the last major version or the last minor version”
LastMajorAndMinor “Last major and last minor version for files and list items”
All “All versions for files and list items”
ItemUrl Optional Specifies the relative path to the object to be exported. Can also be a GUIDThe type must be a valid relative path, for example, /Subsite/Documents
or a valid GUID in the form: 12345678-90ab-cdef-1234-567890bcdefgh
NoFileCompression Optional Either enables or disables file compression in the export package. The export package is stored in the   folder specified by the Path parameter or Identity parameter. We recommend that you use this parameter for performance reasons. If compression is enabled, the export process can increase by approximately 30 percent.
NoLogFile Optional Suppresses the generation of an export log file. If this parameter is not specified, the Export-SPWeb   cmdlet will generate an export log file in the same location as the export package. The log file uses Unified Logging Service (ULS).It is recommended to use this parameter. However, for performance reasons, you might not want to generate a log file.
UseSqlSnapshot Optional Specifies a SQL Database Snapshot will be created when the export process begins, and all exported   data will be retrieved directly from the database snapshot. This snapshot will be automatically deleted when export completes.
WhatIf Optional Displays a message that describes the effect of the command instead of executing the command. For   more information, type the following command: get-help about_commonparameters



Export a site, list, or document library (Search Server 2010)

Thanks to:

Mattias Gutke – CAG – My main man!


Good Luckl!!


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Enterprise Edition of SharePoint Server 2013 – what’s in it?

Why get the Enterprise edition of SharePoint Server 2013?

That is a question you should ask yourself at the beginning of every new SharePoint Project where you are planning to set up a new farm. Depending on what features and functionality you are planning to use, the editions will offer you a different solution.
Obviously, the Enterprise edition has a bigger prisetag, but if so only one of the features is what you or your customer is looking for, you could end up saving money by using a built in feature instead of developing your own.
Say that you only need one of the Enterprise features and you end up getting the Enterprise license, you get the functionality you was looking for, but in addition, you will have all the other Enterprise features available for use at a later time. The odds tell us that the farm will evolve and new functionality will be asked for.

Note: The complete list of all features in all editions of SHarePoint 2013 can be found here: SharePoint 2013 feature comparison chart all editions

The top 10 lost of features that make customers buy Enterprise edition, at least from my experience (feedback on this is welcomed and will be considered for implementation)

1 InfoPath Forms Services
2 Excel Services
3 PowerPivot
4 PerformancePoint Services
5 Power View
6 ScoreCards and DashBoards
7 Visio Services
8 Content Search Web Part
9 Analytics Plattform
10 Host Named Site Collections

Enough with the planning and strategy/sales/aquisitions dravel…lets dive into the features!

The ‘shortlist’ of ENT features looks like this, these are the features that you DO NOT get unless you have the Enterprise edition:

SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise Edition feature Title
Short description 

Link to feature list

References, links

Developer – Access Services
Build web databases and publish them to a SharePoint site. SharePoint visitors can use your database application in a web browser by using SharePoint permissions to determine who can see what. And you can start with a template so that you can start collaborating immediately.
Access Services MSDN: What’s new in Access 2013
Habanero Consulting: Access Services in SharePoint 2013
Developer – BCS – Rich Client Integration
Business Connectivity Services (BCS) uses a complimentary client and server-side architecture that allows for Office clients, such as Outlook and Excel, to work directly with external data exposed to SharePoint through external content types. Learn more about Business Connectivity Services Client Runtime.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
BCS:   Rich Client Integration MSDN: BCS client object model
Developer – BCS – Tenant-level external data log
Tenant-level external data logging allows for logging of transactions that affect specific SharePoint tenancies.
BCS:   Tenant-level external data log N/A
Developer – Custom Site Definitions
SharePoint Server 2013 customers can create their own site definitions that customize and extend standard SharePoint site templates.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
Custom   Site Definitions MSDN: Overview of Creating Custom Site Definitions
Developer – Custom Site Provisioning
SharePoint Server 2013 customers get a quick and easy way for users to make their site requests and to start using their sites quickly.
(Documentation states that this is Not available to SharePoint Online customers, but it is and it is available from the SharePoint administration, settings, ‘Start a site’.)
Custom   Site Provisioning Steve Paeschka(MS): Configuring Self Service Site Creation in SharePoint 2013
Navantis:  Self-Service Site Creation in SharePoint 2013–Are the Changes Enough to Make this Feature Viable in the Enterprise?
Developer – InfoPath Forms Services
Forms Service provides a Web browser form-filling experience in SharePoint, based on form templates that are designed in InfoPath.
InfoPath   Forms Services MSDN: InfoPath Forms Services
IT Pro – Analytics Plattform
SharePoint Server 2013 customers can use the Analytics Platform, which replaces the Web Analytics service application, to help identify and surface the content that users consider to be the most useful and relevant.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
Analytics   Platform Analytics Platform
IT Pro – Improved Self-Service Site Creation
SharePoint Server 2013 customers can use self-service site creation to configure things such as: whether to use a custom form to create the site, whether to create a subweb or site collection, what path should be used when the site collection is created, and whether to ask or require that a site policy be selected when the site is created.
Improved   Self-Service Site Creation Steve Paeschka(MS): Configuring Self Service Site Creation in SharePoint 2013
Navantis: Self-Service Site Creation in SharePoint 2013–Are the Changes Enough to Make this Feature Viable in the Enterprise?
Content – eDiscovery
Electronic Discovery, or eDiscovery, features   allow organizations to identify, hold, search, and export content from Exchange mailboxes, SharePoint sites, and file shares to support case management in addition to preservation and compliance. Learn more about.
eDiscovery Office: Planning and managing eDiscovery cases
Content – Preservation hold library
Content that is placed on hold is preserved, but users can still change it. The state of the content at the time of preservation is recorded. If a user changes the content or even deletes it, the item is retained at the time of deletion and the original, preserved version is still available.
Preservation   hold library TechNet: In-place holds
Office: Placing content sources on hold
Web Content Management – Video Search
An Asset Library is pre-configured to use special features that help you manage rich media assets, such as image, audio, and video files.
Video   Search Office: Setting up an Asset Library to store image, audio, or video files
Jasper Oosterveld: SharePoint 2013 – The new and improved asset library
TechNet: Digital asset libraries
Web Content Management – Catalog
A catalog is a library or list that is shared across other sites and site collections.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
WCM:   Catalog TechNet: Catalog content for SharePoint authoring sites
Web Content Management – Cross Site Publishing
Cross-site publishing allows SharePoint Server 2013 customers to use one or more authoring site collections to author and store content, and one or more publishing site collections to control the design of the site and to show the content. The authoring site collection contains catalogs, such as Pages libraries and lists, which contain content that is tagged with metadata. These catalogs are indexed by the search system and made available to the publishing site collection. The publishing site collection issues queries for data that was indexed and shows it on web pages by using Web Parts that use search technology. Learn more about
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
WCM:   Cross-site publishing TechNet: Cross-site publishing in SharePoint Server 2013
Web Content Management – Faceted Navigation
Faceted navigation help users browser for content more easily by filtering on refiners that are tied to terms in a term set. By using faceted navigation, SharePoint Server 2013 administrators can configure different refiners for different terms in a term set without having to create additional pages.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
WCM:   Faceted navigation TechNet: Refiners and faceted navigation
Web Content Management – Image Renditions
Image renditions let organizations have large source images on a SharePoint Server 2013 site and also have places on a site where pages only use smaller versions.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
WCM:   Image Renditions Content authoring improvements
Web Content   Management – Host Named Site Collections/Multiple Domains
SharePoint Server 2013 can create host-named site collections with the host header. Host-named site collections in SharePoint provide URL management and scalability of sites within a single web application.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
WCM:   Multiple Domains TechNet: Plan for host-named site collectionsSharePoint   Blues: Host Named Site Collections and Apps Host
Web Content Management – Category/Catalog item Pages
Category pages and catalog item pages are page layouts that you can use to show structured catalog content consistently across a SharePoint Server 2013 site.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
WCM:   Topic Pages TechNet: Cross-site publishing
BI/Insights – The Business Intelligence Center
The Business Intelligence Center site enables you to store data connections, workbooks, reports, scorecards, and dashboards in a central, secure location.
Business Intelligence Center TechNet: configuring Business Intelligence Center
BI/Insights – Calculated Measures and Members
When you create PivotChart reports of PivotTable reports that use data that is stored in SQL Server Analysis Services, you can create calculated measure and calculated members for that report.
Calculated Measures and Members Office: Business intelligence capabilities in Excel Services.
BI/Insights – Data Connection Library
A data connection library is a special SharePoint library that is designed to store and manage shared data connections. These can include ODC files that you create by using Excel.
Data   Connection Library TechNet: Trusted Data Connection Libraries in SharePoint Server 2013
BI/Insights – PivotTable/PivotChart
When you create a PivotChart report, a corresponding PivtoTable report is automatically created. New in Excel 2013, you do not have to display a PivotTable report on the same worksheet as its corresponding PivotChart report. You can choose to display only the PivotChart report. This capability is called “decoupled PivotTables and PivotCharts”.
Decoupled PivotTables and PivotCharts Office: PivotTables and PivotCharts
BI/Insights – Excel Services
Excel Services enables you to share workbooks with others, view and explore information in a browser window, and refresh data. Excel Services enables you to view and interact with reports, scorecards, and   dashboards in a browser window, much like you would use the Excel client. Excel Services also enables you to share all or parts of workbooks with others, and control what information is displayed in those workbooks.
Excel   Services Office: Excel Services
BI/Insights – Field List and Field Well
Excel Services enables you to open the Field List and Field Well for PivotChart reports and PivotTable reports that are viewed in a browser windows. This capability makes it easy to temporarily change the information that is displayed in a PivotChart report or a PivotTable report without having to open Excel.
Field   list and Field Support TechNet: Business intelligence capabilities in Excel Services
BI/Insights – Slicers
Slicers are a kind of filter that you can use to select one or more items to use as a filter for reports and scorecards in a worksheet. For example, suppose that you want to see sales information for different colors of items, such as shirts that your company carries. You can create a slicer that lists shirt colors, connect it to a sales report, and then use the slicer to view sales information for the colors that are selected in the slicer.
Filter   Enhancements – Slicers TechNet:  Business intelligence capabilities in Excel Services
BI/Insights – Filter Search
You can search on filter results, which makes it easy to jump to a particular item in a long list.
Filter   Search Use filters and slicers to focus on specific information
BI/Insights – PerformancePoint Services
PerformancePoint Services enables SharePoint Server 2013 customers to create interactive dashboards that display key performance indicators (KPIs) and data virtualizations in the form of scorecards, reports, and filters.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers.)
PerformancePoint   Services PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint Server 2013 overview
BI/Insights – Dashboard Migration
With Dashboard Migration, SharePoint Server 2013 customers will be able to copy complete dashboards and dependencies. This includes the .aspx file, to other users, servers, or site collections. This feature also allows the ability to migrate single items to other environments and migrate content by using Windows PowerShell commands.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
PerformancePoint   Services (PPS) Dashboard Migration TechNet: Create Dashboards by using PerformancePoint Services
BI/Insights – Power View
Power View is an add-in for Excel that enables organizations to visualize and interact with modeled data by using highly interactive visualizations, animations, and smart querying. Organizations can present insights with other through storyboard presentation capabilities. Power View is powered by BI Semantic Model and the VertiPaq engine.
Power View Office: Power View: Explore, visualize, and present your data
BI/Insights – PowerPivot
PowerPivot is an add-in that organizations can use to perform powerful data analysis and create sophisticated data models. PowerPivot also enables organizations to mash up large volumes of data from various sources, analyze data quickly, and share insights.
PowerPivot Office: PowerPivot – Powerful data analysis and data modeling in Excel
BI/Insights – Quick Explore
Quick Explore enables organizations to select a value in a PivotChart report or a PivotTable report and see additional   information about that value. For example, if you are viewing a sales report and you select a value that represents total sales amounts, you can use Quick Explore to view additional information such as sales amounts across different product categories or geographical areas.
Quick   Explore Office: What’s new in Excel 2013 – Instant data analysis
BI/Insights – Scorecards and Dashboards
A scorecard shows at a glance whether  performance is on or off target for one or more key performance indicators (KPIs). A dashboard is a collection of views that can include scorecards and other reports. Scorecards and dashboard are designed to show current performance information and are typically rendered in a site such as a SharePoint Server 2013 site.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
Scorecards   & Dashboards Office: Create and use a report or a scorecard
BI/Insights – Reporting Services
When SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services is integrated with SharePoint, you can use powerful SharePoint collaboration and centralized document management features for SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services content. Reports are stored in SharePoint document libraries, alongside other reports such as Excel Services files. SharePoint permissions can be used to control access to Reporting Services content, and people are able to start Report Designer, Model Designer, and Report Builder within a document library.
SQL   Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Integrated Mode TechNet: Reporting Services Report Server (SharePoint Mode)
BI/Insights – Report Viewer Web Part
The SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Web Part enables people to display an existing Reporting Services report in its own Web Part in a SharePoint site. If the Reporting Services report contains parameters, people can connect filters to that report using the Web Part settings.
SQL   Server Reporting Services (SSRC) Web Part TechNet: Using the Report Viewer Web Part
BI/Insights – Timeline Controls
A timeline slicer is a control that can be added to a dashboard created by using Excel. A timeline control enables people to view information for a particular period of time.
(The use of existing Timeline Controls is available to SharePoint Online customers)
Timeline   Slicer Office: Business intelligence capabilities in Excel Services
BI/Insights – Visio Services
Visio Services is a service application that lets users share and view Microsoft Visio Drawing (*.vsdx) and Visio 2010 Web drawing (*.vdw) files.
Visio   Services TechNet: Visio Services in SharePoint Server 2013
Search – Content Search Web Part
The Content Search Web Part is a SharePoint Server 2013 feature that displays content that was crawled and added to an organization’s search index. It is a very powerful and versatile Web Part, especially when it is used in combination with managed navigation and category pages. The Content Search Web Part allows you to select a result source. This makes it very easy to specify which content should be searched. You can also use Keyword Query Language to add more filters and search terms to the query in this Web Part.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
Content   Search Web Part MSDN: Content Search Web Part in SharePoint 2013
TechNet: Configure Search Web Parts in SharePoint Server 2013
Search – custom entity extraction
SharePoint Server 2013 administrators can create and deploy custom entity extraction dictionaries to configure the search system to look for specific words or phrases (entities) in unstructured content. The extracted entities are stored in separate managed properties, and you can use them to improve your organization’s search experience, for example by creating refiners.
(Not available to SharePoint Online customers)
Custom   entity extraction TechNet: Create and deploy custom entity extractors
Search – Content Enrichment
Developers can call out to an external content enrichment web service to change the managed properties of crawled items before they are indexed. The ability to change managed properties for items during content processing is helpful for tasks such as data cleansing, entity extraction, classification, and tagging.
(Not available to SharePoint Online   customers)
Extensible   content processing MSDN: Custom content processing with the Content Enrichment web service callout
Search – Query rules advanced
In this query   rule, specify conditions and correlated actions. When a query meets the conditions in a query rule, the search system performs the actions specified
in the rule.
Query   rules—advanced actions Steve Peschka: Query Rule Conditions in SharePoint 2013 Search
SharePoint ITPro blog: What happened to Best Bets? Introducing Query Rules
Search – Results formatted for Video
A targeted search experience that displays results that are custom filtered and formatted for video content.
Search   vertical: “Video” TechNet: What’s new in search in SharePoint Server 2013

I hope that this compilation of facts will help you in some way, I was looking for a similar list and I know I have many times before with 2003, 2007 and 2010.




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