SharePoint Detector – Chrome Extension


Ever wondered whether a site is built on top of SharePoint? Now, there is an easy way to find out. Install the “SharePoint Detector” Chrome extension located at https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/iglddabgpnbmcpdnmcbhhmggipakapck?hl=en, and you will get the SharePoint icon displayed in Chrome’s address bar every time you browse to a SharePoint site. You can then click on the SharePoint icon and choose to share the site by email, on your WordPress blog, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and\or StumbleUpon.

For example, here is what happens when you browse to http://www.wssdemo.com.

If you decide to share on Twitter, you will get the following popup.

You can edit it as you like then post to your Twitter account. Same goes for all the other different methods of sharing..

Enjoy sharing SharePoint!

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  1. http://www.bvsd.org is a sharepoint website. yet the detector does not work on it.

  2. The extension relies on metadata found by default on a SharePoint page. If that is removed, the extension won’t detect that this is a SharePoint page. Of course, the extension can be updated to look for something else in case that metadata is missing…

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