Using PowerShell to list all features with Title and ID

Ever wanted to list all the features installed in the farm with their id and Title (not the name of the folder)??

Here’s the PS script to run then:

Get-SPFeature | Sort @{Expression={$_.GetTitle(1033)}} -Descending:$false | ft @{Label='ID';Width=40;Expression={$_.Id}}, @{Label='Title';Width=250;Expression={$_.GetTitle(1033)}} | Out-File -Width 350 "c:\TEMP\features.txt"

It will sort all the features based on title (remember to add another language if you don’t want 1033 which is US English).
Then it will expand the title property and output the whole thing into a text file.

Like this:

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  1. #1 by Rusell on September 20, 2013 - 07:58

    just what I wanted. ta 🙂

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