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Its a con of SharePoint Online, You can not perform any filtering either IN SharePoint or OUTSIDE of it (using custom coding) after it reaches its threshold limit, only thing will work is Paging. And for coders, In REST => $top query will work In CSOM/JSOM => RowLimit will work But this issue is going to be resolved in SharePoint 2016 as they will ...


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Basically, [Today] doesn't include the time value, so the values in the background are like this: [Today] = 40,024 (Serial date value) [Start Date] = 40,024.604166667 (Serial date + time value) This means that you can't check the Time using [Today] The easiest, yet not recommended solution would be modifying the view in SPD. Follow this short guide: ...


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If I understand your question correctly, what you need to do is create a view with your filtering already in place. If you are using SharePoint 2013 you should be able to create a view, either public or private. Private may be a good idea if the view is filtering to your name and will only be useful to you. You can create views from list settings. If ...


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After lot's of googling and efforts I found the below solution. I've added JavaScript in Content editor webpart. I've tested it in IE, Chrome and Firefox browsers. My script is as below: <script type='text/javascript' language='javascript'> var jsGridContainer = null; var jsGrid = null; var viewId = '{9002394D-CBB9-4DDF-98DC-13DAC7C05449}'; //...


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You can apply this css property on all the th element of the list Suppose you want to disable Title's column filtering and sorting. Then you the below code. SP.SOD.executeFunc('inplview.js', 'InitGridFromView', function () { }); SP.SOD.executeOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(function () { if (window.InitGridFromView) { var ...


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Using JSOM you can find the current user login and create the View URL dynamically. var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var oWeb = clientContext.get_web(); var currentUser = oWeb.get_currentUser(); clientContext.load(currentUser); clientContext.executeQueryAsync(function() { //currentUser.get_loginName(); //currentUser.get_id(); }...


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You can use choice filter and In the advance settings of this filter, enable multiple values.


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I ended up using metadata navigation and filtering to achieve this.


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The page reloads when you click your link, so you need to put JavaScript on the page which on load: extracts the FilterValue1 query string parameter find the corresponding link applies the css Step 2 will be a lot easier if you add an id to each link So if you define your links like this: <a id="linkA" href="?FilterField1=FirstLetter&...


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I would simply create a calculated column that displays the first letter of the Item Title and then use that in my views to display it for users. The group by view shows and totals how many "A>Z" items are in the list as well. Set up column: then you have a view that looks like this and it can be grouped like this


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You can use a is not equal to operator in your view. Since you say you want everything but D or E, your filter would be: Column X is not equal to D or Column X is not equal to E.


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You can't use REST API to filter list view (for exemple your SPView: /TestList/AllItems.aspx) To filter list view you should use CAML query (in the list settings, you could edit your views, and ADD filter to fields of your list). (ou can group, and do operation like count/sum/avarage ....). The user will not view this filter (so give to it a good title). ...


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yes you can filter data of list using REST API ! check this link, a tutorial by Microsoft : Use OData query operations in SharePoint REST requests


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In case someone stumbles upon the same issue, i have solved it by setting the FilterFieldName attribute on my controls Pre Render event: FilterFieldName property of the gridview cannot be set directly you have to set it by using "Attribute". if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(this.FilterExpression)) { string[] columns = this.FilterExpression....


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Yes, there is a way to add multiple time lines. The limitation on SharePoint is that for a task list, there is only one default timeline in which the tasks are added. We can add another timeline to the list using the list folder properties. If we query the folder properties, we can find the timeline_timeline property which contains the metadata for the ...


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You can do it as below "_api/web/lists/getbytitle('DocName')/files?$expand=groupName&$filter=groupName/Id eq 2"


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You should select the view as "Full list view" in view section. This enable all the collumn in the list. Hope this help. Below is the screen shot



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