How To Create A SharePoint Taxonomy Using PowerShell PnP And A XML File
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SharePoint taxonomy (not folksonomy) is very important if you want users to “tag” their content correctly with terms you have already defined. Why would you do that? Because that will help your company to keep things organized, and give a better experience to your users when they are searching for a specific item. In this video, Veronique will show how to create your taxonomy (Term Groups, Term Sets, and Terms) in SharePoint Online, by using PowerShell PnP and a XML file. We’ll start by connecting to SharePoint Online with the Connect-PnPOnline cmdlet, and we’ll then import the content of the XML file using Import-PnPTermGroupFromXml. Prerequisites include: - SharePoint PowerShell PnP module: https://github.com/SharePoint/PnP-PowerShell - Minimum permissions required: Term Store Administrator