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[Resolved] SharePoint Online - "Save site as template" action is not supported on this site

If you are an old-fashioned and SharePoint power user, you may try to use old types of functions they had earlier to replicate SharePoint sites.

"Save site as template" (click here to learn more) or append "_layouts/15/savetmpl.aspx" to your site and will get below by default in SharePoint Online.





























Solution: Here is how you overcome above 😎 Open SharePoint Designer (download and install if you don't have it. Follow the link https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35491).
Click on the site and choose "Site Options" from the top ribbon. 






Simply change the value to "true" and then you will have what you need 😊

Microsoft Ignite Community (FREE) Events #MSIgnite

If you around Microsoft Ignite 2018, don't miss below community (FREE) events. 

Microsoft Ignite Welcome Reception

When: Monday, 5:30p – 7:30pm

Where: Exhibit Hall

Details: Kick off Ignite the right way with Monday’s welcome reception where you can chat with Microsoft experts, see demos, see old friends and make new ones over food and drinks.

PowerShell Community Social

When: Monday, 7:00p – 7:30p

Where: Community Central (OCCC West Hall)

Details: Come have a drink and meet Jeffrey Snover and PowerShell MVPs like Jaap Brasser, Aleksandar Nikolic, and Aaron Nelson immediately following the welcome reception.

Data & AI Community Social

When: Tuesday, 9:00a – 10:00a

Where: Community Central (OCCC West Hall)

Details: Do you do that Voodoo? Well, you can at the Data & AI Community Social. Eric Boyd and Rohan Kumar, along with MVPs Cathrine Wilhelmsen and Melody Zacharias will be there with Voodoo donuts and nitrogen cold brew coffee.

Microsoft Teams Community Social

When: Tuesday, …

PowerApps Delegation warning

Warning:Delegation warning. This part "Filter" of this formula might not work correctly on large datasets. The data source might not be able to process the formula and might return an incomplete data set. Your application might not return correct results or behave correctly if the data set is incomplete
"Working with large datasets requires using data sources and formulas that can be delegated" - PowerApps 










Solution!!!500 is the default number of records to pull, but you can change this number for an entire app. 

By altering the number of delegation queries (not recommended), you will be able to pull items up to 2000 (as of 2018). 
On the File tab, select App settings.Find Experimental features, change the Data row limit for non-delegable queries setting from 1 to 2000.










Data sources that will help with delegation:Common Data Service