Per @Dave Humm's original comment, I discovered that it's possible to remove your access to a Community Workspace | Builder links in Administration from inside the portal by removing the System Administrator profile from the Settings -> Community Members within the builder. You will start getting errors in the builder after you do this.
You can restore ...
The Community creation process is asynchronous, and the time required varies significantly depending on what template you select.
In CumulusCI's create_community task (which calls the same endpoint as SFDX, I believe; it's the new Connect API resources introduced in Summer '19), I poll the connect/communities endpoint with a GET request to find a list of ...
Yes, we can do that by following the below link:
In communities, we are allowed to include Visualforce login pages.
With Summer 19 release, now its possible to use LWC in visualforce as lightning out.
You can do this by choosing "Use Custom Visualforce Error Pages"
In Settings -> Communities -> All Communities -> Workspaces -> Administration -> Preferences
Then go to "Settings-> Develop -> Sites" and scroll to the bottom where you can choose the pages you want to show up.
I suggest to take a look on the sharing settings if Service appointments / work types and work type group objects are read only as minimum.
Also, you can check: CSP Trusted Site | if it is configured the following URL test.location.force.com
I found it. Took 3 days and a good amount of luck.
Basically, you have to add a new community page called "Report Editor". It's a standard page but using the "Build Your Own" template, it's not actually there until you add it.
Once you've done this and published the community... the "New Report" button shows up on the list view for reports. Done.
Please make sure that you have completed this step.
Goto Experience Builder, go to Settings| Security. Under Content Security Policy, choose Allow Inline Scripts and Script Access to Whitelisted Third-party Hosts.
Because you are in the community, yes you can do this by adding a CSS override.
You can edit the community CSS overrides here:
You will then need to examine the html of the edit button, but it's going to be very similar to this:
<ul class="branding-actions slds-button-group oneActionsRibbon forceActionsContainer" >
<li class="slds-button slds-...