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Replying to a discussion does not change the the Modified date of it, The reply will be created as a new Item with ParentPostId equals to current discussion item id, So there will be no modification on the Discussion Use "DiscussionLastUpdated" column to get the Last Modified date, I think this column also gets updated if a user likes/unlikes the item


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This really isn't supported, so test at your own risk. Remove or delete Categories list (used by discussions). Activate BlogContent Add Posts and BlogTools webparts Add link from discussions list to new Categories list. (for #1 and #4 I'm thinking whether to create a new temporary list and change the lookup definition in discussion list to the temp list, ...


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So you can achieve this using changing the view of your Discussion board. Path : Your discussion board -> List Setting -> Views -> Threaded(Flat in online) -> check this option --Make this the default view -> Save.


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Shailen Sukul has a great example posted on the MSDN forums. I suggest you start there first. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/54d780ea-df2f-408d-9056-cf6f0c27f04e/add-xsltlistviewwebpart-via-code?forum=sharepointdevelopmentprevious


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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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