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If you want to see all changes based on a column: Create a view to show only those items that have that column "Eng" through a filter Set up an alert to use that view Whenever someone changes an item in that view, you should get an alert If you want to get an alert if a specific column changes TO a value, you may have to set up a workflow or event ...


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Ok all... after going down all sorts of paths yesterday, I have a solution that I'd thought I'd add in case it helps anyone else. Actually I think this is pretty simple. I use Powershell scripts that run via the Windows task Schedule to overcome and do many things in SharePoint. So for me, the TRUE solution to never running into the 5,000 limit on any list ...


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Man I thought I was onto something big.... my comment above mentions that the Expired date for an Announcement Library would work except for the fact that it only gets set when the item is first created. However, if I follow that same logic but as a Calculated Column (not a Calculated Default Value) I can set it to return a "Date and Time" Value. Then I can ...



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