As some of you asked, I developed a FARM solution that targets On-Premises SharePoint installations. Deploying the solution is an easy game since it's about deploying the WSP to your FARM. I've updated the CodePlex project and ajusted the documentation accordingly. Just download the version of your choice (Cloud or On-Premises) available here https://spoautotagging.codeplex.com/
SharePoint Online Auto Tagger Add-In Improvements (Keyword creation, Lemmatization, Entity Recognition, Thresholds ...)
I have improved the Auto-Tagging Add-In, it now comprises the following features:
- Enterprise Keywords recognition and creation
- Lemmatization process
- Named entity recognition (Persons, Organizations and Locations)
- High Auto-Tagging precision for Managed Termsets thanks to custom properties including regular expressions
- The possibility to specify thresholds for keyword recognition and creation
- The possibility to define a noise words list
I've just released an Auto-Tagging Add-In for SharePoint Online. In a nutshell, it's a Cloud-Hosted App having a remote web site and a remote web service deployed in Azure PaaS.
Therefore, it is required to have an Azure Tenant to test and deploy it. The tagger leverages SharePoint out of the box taxonomy features and is configurable via custom properties associated to terms. By default, no term will be tagged automatically until you explicitely create properties that instruct the tagger how to automatically make the match between the taxonomies and document content.
As you know, external sharing can be controlled at site collection level to allow or not sharing with external users. However, until now, if you allow sharing, it is by default with the entire world. The sharing invitation will be sent to the e-mail address of the person you're sharing the site/document with. When that person clicks on the invite, she is invited to login with either a Microsoft Account, either an Organizational Account which is created in the AAD. Afterwards, the user is added to the group/assigned direct permissions.