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Considered as answered. I've written two scripts for this: one to allow users to subscribe/unsubscribe to a list or library and one to show notifications whenever a new item was added to a list or library to which the user is subscribed to. Create a list to store your subscribers: You need to make a simple list at the top site level named "Subscribed ...
The best way would be to use WebSockets. With WebSockets the server can send the notifications to the browsers so the browsers don't have to poll the server for updates. You will need some server side and some client side code. With SignalR the process is simplified and you'll see that very little code is needed to get things working. Main steps: Setup ...
Here's a post that demonstrate how to create a notification list which sends notifications to users as notification box, post is for SharePoint 2010 but it can used in SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Notifications Facebook / Google style If not then there's something new in SharePoint 2013 "Pushed Notification" but it has been built to be used with windows 8 ...
The hard bit is trying to define what you mean by new. Is this new to the library or new to the user? SharePoint automatically adds little icons to new items in lists and libraries so an easy option could be to just get a count of these? In 2013 they appear as: <span class='ms-newdocument-iconouter'>...</span> So, the following would give ...
SharePoint 2010/2013 has a notification support SP.UI.Notify.addNotification(strHtml, bSticky);You can use them. More info here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff407632(v=office.14).aspx
Have you checked User Alerts under Site Administration? Supposing that you are Site Collection Administrator.
I turns out that the list in question was set so that only the user that created the list item can read and edit the list item. Apparently SharePoint does not allow you to setup alerts on this type of list, even if you are a farm admin. It would be nice to have some way around this little limitation. I have a group of administrators that manage a list of ...
It should be possible for you to use DateDiff function within a calculated column to find out the dates for workflows. Of course, workflows will take of the rest!
You can try to create a custom timer jobs and implement your logic...which run every night and check the document date, which one is true for 6 months then send the email. here are few good refrences for creating timer jobs. http://dotnetfinder.wordpress.com/2010/07/24/creatingcustomsharepointtimerjob2010/ ...
You might not have written the correct url path to the link, or as has happened to me when I wanted to retrieve some information through a link I forgot to transform the link information to a string with ToString();
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