PnP PowerShell

PnP PowerShell is a cross-platform PowerShell Module providing over 500 cmdlets that work with Microsoft 365 environments and more specifically SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Flow.


This module is a successor of the SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline module, which is now regarded legacy and not maintained anymore. This newer version of the PowerShell module is cross-platform (e.g. it works on Windows, MacOS and Linux) however will only support SharePoint Online. Going forward will only be actively maintaining the cross-platform PnP PowerShell module.

Getting up and running

To install PnP PowerShell:

Install-Module -Name PnP.PowerShell

To install a nightly build of PnP PowerShell:

Install-Module -Name PnP.PowerShell -AllowPrerelease

See the authentication page for more information on authentication and configuration. All cmdlets have been documented too.

I've found a bug, where do I need to log an issue or create a PR

You can create an issue at, but please consider first if asking a question at is more appropriate. We would like to focus the issues on actual bugs whereas PnP PowerShell related questions can be asked in the discussions section.


As some of the code being PnP PowerShell is actually coming from other PnP repositories, we can move your issue over to that specific repository. You will be notified by email about that.

Before you start to work on code change consider starting a discussion in the repository first. It could potentially safe you a lot of time if someone is about to submit a change with exactly the same functionality. It will also allow you to discuss a possible change with the maintainers of the repository before you start to work on it.

Building the source code

Make a clone of the repository, navigate to the build folder in the repository and run Build-Debug.ps1. See more details here.

Updating the documentation

All cmdlet documentation has been moved to the folder. If you want to make changes, make sure to follow the format as used in the other files present there. These files follow a specific schema which allows us to generate the correct files.

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact with any additional questions or comments.