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for me it works in choice column like : =IF([column name]="choice value",TRUE,FALSE) or try from list validation settings.


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There is a work around for this issue. Create a calculated column and add the Choice field as formula for it. Now use the calculated column for filtering.


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Finally hunted down the error: I had the column indexed. Once I removed the index, it changed nicely, then I re-added the index.


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Using either PowerShell or the SharePoint UI, Just add a site column to the content type, remove it, and then add it again. it propagates properly.


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The main difference between these fields and how to make them show up in SharePoint 2013 is related to whether or not InfoPath is being used from my experience. The first field with the "check names" and "address book" button can be found when you have people picker fields and you use InfoPath to handle the form. The second type is the default people ...


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In SharePoint 2013, they removed the Check Name and Browse Settings from the people field. Now chances are, Field in List 1 is coming from an upgrade (from 2010 to 2013) or someone applied the customization on it. read this to see how to convert the 2nd list field. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22692168/how-to-show-browse-and-check-names-button-in-...


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The first field is "person or group (from directory) you can modify your second list field by customizing the form see picture below



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