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You can use a calculated column to achieve this. Create a calculated column and set return type as number. Then, simply change the calculated column formula from C#. Update A similar way to do this would be using JSLink. You can include the below script in a JS file and place it in your VS solution (typically in your _layouts mapped folder). You wouldn't be ...


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First you need to make sure the D board has ratings turned on. This is under Ratings settings in the list settings. Then the subject view should show the likes or stars and what we especially wanted: the # of replies. If you were displaying the D board in a web part you may need to edit the web part and "reapply" the view to get it to update.


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A discussion board comes with two content types: Discussion and Message. Discussion is the high-level content type, Message is all the replies. If you add your "State" or "Status" field or whatever to the Discussion content type, it will only apply to the question, not the responses. Create a Site Column called State, and give it whatever values you ...


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You could use the regular discussion forum, and change the title of the discussion, or a category, for the state of each issue. Example title: "[resolved] Problem with water cooler" Example categories: [new], [resolved], [pending]


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I had this same problem. My discussion board is on a publishing site, not team or community. The views are not editable. The only solution I found is to edit the list in SharePoint Designer. Go to the discussion board and on the ribbon click to edit the list in SharePoint Designer. When it opens, click the view you are using (like subject) then you get a ...


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Create a webpart page Add Discussion board list view webpart on that page Edit the webpart settings In Properties you can edit the current view.


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One way is to create calculated column and construct that view URL. Tried this on my environment and it worked. Disadvantage is, we wont get ready made hyperlink and needs to copy that ugly URL. Calculated column formula will be =CONCATENATE("path1", [Subject], "path2") path1 and path 2 will be specific to your environment and you can get these by ...



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