Adding links to Global (top) navigation in Office 365
using Powershell + CSOM


Posted on September 6th, 2014

In this post you will learn how to add links to Global (top) navigation in Office 365 using Powershell + CSOM.

Prerequisites:

Below are the list of dlls we need for execution of script.

  • Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll
  • Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll

I created an xml file where we can specify the navigation tile and url. You can see the structure of the xml file below.

Powershell script:

Conclusion:

In this post you have learned how to add links to Global (top) navigation in Office 365 using Powershell + CSOM.


› Global (top) navigation in Office 365 using Powershell + CSOM

About Author

Devendra Velegandla is a four-time recipient of Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award (2014-2017) for Office Servers and Services MVP and  SharePoint Server. He received the MCC award for his contributions in Microsoft MSDN/TechNet forums. He loves sharing articles, videos, and tutorial on SharePoint and Office 365.


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