Hub Sites – Get Site Structure with PowerShell

Hub Sites – Get Site Structure with PowerShell

Like so many other Office 365 nerds, I have been playing around with the new hub sites for a couple of weeks. While I do see a lot of potential in the new feature, it still requires some fine tuning and (as always) some more customizing capabilities.

One of the main goals of the hub sites is to bring in some sort of site structure. But where can I find this site structure? What I was basically looking for, was a sitemap. Neither the PowerShell commands or REST API offers a possibility to get the structure of all sites.

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Mega Menu with SPFx Application Customizer

**Update: Added on GitHub**

My main critique point of the Office 365 modern experience has always been the lack of ability to customize. This is such an important factor when working with corporate customers.

Luckily this has somewhat improved with the GA of SPFx a year ago. You’ve got to work with what you’ve got, and this blog post shows how to implement a responsive mega menu with an SPFx Application Customizer and the SharePoint Term Store.

This enables actual global navigation across team sites and communication sites, which can be handled in one central spot.

Let’s dig in!

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