I had taken a great function Julie (@jfj1997) had adapted from Andrew Connell’s (@andrewconnell) earlier work on REST batching (See the article Make batch requests with the REST APIs for a link to AC’s examples.) and embedded it into a solution.Everything worked just fine for quite a while, and then we started noticing a few items missing when we expected them to have been loaded into a list – and it was our favorite type of bug: sporadic.The other thing that wasn’t at all apparent was whether the label data was available as a managed property for filtering in the HCWP.
Labels will appear in Outlook and Outlook web app only for mailboxes that have at least 10 MB of data.
As I mentioned, it took only less than an hour in my tenant, but clearly it can take longer.
Based on the settings we see above, it’s not “searchable”, but read on…
You have to have access to the Security & Compliance center for this, which is in the Admin center.
The big story here is using Power Apps for Share Point list forms.
They have been teasing us with this one for a while now, and the screenshots (like the one above – maps always get people excited! The out of the box forms for lists (and libraries) have never been all that sexy.
First we make sure we’re dealing with the right label(s).
Next, we decide where we want top publish the label. In a smaller organization, that might make perfect sense.
Retrieve the Items My items and documents with labels were indexed overnight (yes, indexing can still be problematic for these things), and I can now do a search with “Complance Tag: Final” and retrieve them in the “classic” search center… Note that the list item is not displayed here – to me that is a bug.