Using Ios, how do you determine the content that is used when someone shares from a mobile device?


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asked Feb 8, 2016 by casterline (1,410 points)
So, when user as at website on mobile device and decides to share link using built in share feature, how do you determine what value is used for share content.

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answered Mar 14, 2016 by Havemarsico (380 points)

First search loves metadata and your users will love the search results. End users also have the ability to create personal views based on metadata.
Another way to use metadata is with views of document libraries or lists.
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answered Mar 16, 2016 by Nal_6290 (730 points)

This is the safest way to determine when an ad is fetched by GAM.
Better yet, we might want to change the contents of this displayed list. But you could have a look at this http://www.infoq.com/articles/mdd-webapi-for-mobile-apps adapt it to your needs
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answered Mar 24, 2016 by mcelmurry (1,320 points) 1 flag
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answered Apr 20, 2016 by Nqq_have (560 points)
Maybe someone facing this problem. Various implementations with some timing at Content Migration Alone Is Not An Effective Content Strategy
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answered Apr 20, 2016 by mota_Did (360 points)
I have spent an incredible amount of time playing around with this
Check SharePoint MetaData and Classification you can't tell the name of the argument used
commented Apr 22, 2016 by Harutunian (610 points)
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answered Apr 20, 2016 by Thedelung (350 points)
I have spent an incredible amount of time playing around with this
Check SharePoint MetaData and Classification you can't tell the name of the argument used

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