How To Add A Discussion Board …

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This tutorial will show you how to add a discussion board to a SharePoint Online site. Specifically, this tutorial will show you how to add a discussion board web part to a SharePoint Online site and will also show you how to create and reply to discussion board posts.

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0:00 – Start
0:40 – What is a SharePoint Online discussion board?
2:00 – How to add a discussion board to a SharePoint Online site
3:40 – How to navigate a discussion board in SharePoint Online
4:30 – How to create a post in a SharePoint Online discussion board
6:15 – How to reply to a post in a SharePoint Online discussion board
6:40 – How do discussion board permissions work

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  1. Awesome. I was looking for a way to create a suggestion box with voting. For example like users to suggest a name for the intranet and others can vote for a name if they like proposed names. Any ideas if we can use a discussion board for this use case?

  2. Obviously you can add the classic discussion board but there's no modern web part to display it on a page so you either switch between modern/classic uis or embed the classic page on a modern one. Both are awkward, ugly options and more evidence of the limitations of modern Sharepoint and Msft's complete lack of concern for the needs of their paying customers.

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