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How can I get a list of all SharePoint document libraries using UI?

Posted on 2016-10-03
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Is it possible to see all SharePoint document libraries (title, url) using just UI?
If yes, can you explain how to?

Thank you.
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Question by:Olga Barannik
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 2000 total points
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"View All Site Content" in Site Actions or Site Settings ->   Site Administration  ->Site libraries and lists.
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by:Olga Barannik
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Thank you! But I need just document libraries in the format "title" and "URL".
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by:Jamie McAllister MVP
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Those pages contain the url links, but you have to right click and copy them yourself.

I'm not aware of any better source via the UI.
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by:Olga Barannik
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What about p://<Site>/_vti_bin/SiteData.asmx?
I have infopath.
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So not just the UI then? Great. Knock yourself out.
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