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My suggestion would be similar to Martin Hatch's. Copy and paste the link to each of the view you wish to make available. Then in the navigation, create a new link for each one and apply your Audience to that link, that way, the targeted user only sees the link(s) you want them to rather than all of them. Then in your list, go to Settings > Per Location ...


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Yes, Audience Targeting is supported in SharePoint 2016 because it is not a deprecated feature (see list of deprecated features here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt346112(v=office.16).aspx). There are also no announced changes to how Audiences work so documentation for SharePoint 2013 Audience configuration and targeting will still apply. In ...


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It doesn't work in my tenant either. A workaround is to create a SharePoint group, add the built-in group to it, and then target the link to the group you created.



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