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Try to build your filter to look like the following Note : Replace Due date with End date


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Rather than a timer job which "touches" all the items, consider using jsLink or other client side rendering techniques to calculate the value in real time. Of course, it depends on how you are using the values, which you don't indicate.


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The way I got it to work was with a timer job. Create a timer job Itrate over all the items in the list Do an item.systemupdate() This won't change any field but will sure recalculate all the calculated colums.


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Maybe type 'calculated column today' in that white box in the top right (it is a search box) And switch to the ranking-by-votes ?? http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/search?tab=votes&q=calculated%20column%20today


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Unfortunately, this isn't possible since Calculated Columns are not recalculated on viewing, but only on creation and modification. See this article: http://blog.pentalogic.net/2008/11/truth-about-using-today-in-calculated-columns/ You will need to solve this with display logic.


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Not sure but this might help. Change dates view.


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I have discovered a simple way of formatting Date field in SharePoint to exclude time stamp. I opened the list in SharePoint Designer and open the properties of the list. Select Formatting and deselect Time.


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This issue mostly occcurs when managed property you created is of type text and not datetime. You can’t use Today when you are mapped to a text field. So you need to check the datatype of managed property and change to DateTime if its text.


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Like Amal said you can just change how it appears in your form. I would suggest making custom forms to do this. You can find date formats here: Custom date formats. Unless I am misunderstanding what you are trying to do.


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You cannot fetch name but you can get Long Date from your Date variable and using substring operation you may be able to achieve what you want. Here's an example



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