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No, if you put HTML inside a Calculated Column (and set the datatype to anything but single-line of text to output the HTML) the bare HTML code itself will be displayed in the filter choices. Only in the View is the HTML code not escaped; it will appear as bare HTML on Forms, in Alert emails and more places. A way too complex workaround is to add ...


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People properties (and BCS properties) have to be created at the tenant (or farm for on premises) level. I suspect that you created your properties in a Site Collection.


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Yes you can. Just go to modify view page, and add the filters like this: closing date is greater than or equal to [Today] publish date is less than or equal to [Today]


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I fixed it by using Content Query Web Part (CQWP) to which I am passing value as query string parameter. CQWP has the option "Contains" rather than exact match which will bring all related results.


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Add one more parameter and check it. <xsl:with-param name="nodeset" select="msxsl:node-set($dvt_Rows)/root//Row[((@Column_x0020_5)='Your Value')]" />


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Create a calculated column to sumarize criteria and then filter with this new column. Perhaps you need to create one or two calculated column. You do need code or sharepoint designer for this solution.


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Edit your list view web part, in the filter section, select your column on which you want to filter, apply the condition of Greater Than and save the filter. Here is a nice tutorial to do this kind of filtration. http://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/2011/08/11/understanding-filters-in-sharepoint-list-views-aspx/ Or you can also try the below link. ...


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You can use the SharePoint designer app to create more than 10 criteria for your filters. You will need to know some CAML to be able to achieve this, but thankfully it is reasonably easy to learn. MSDN CAML for Queires is a good starting point for understanding how to use CAML for filters. I would recommend you build up your initial filter criteria in the ...


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Found my Problem: Useing type instead of Type which gave weird errors which made me believe that filtering useing this method of caml wasn't possible, because when it didn't gave errors it just ignored the filters. There should really be better error message descriptions (Especially since I get german one's) var caml = ...


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Use the AND operator to join the filters https://mydomain.sharepoint.com/mysite/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('MyList')/items?$filter=Column1 eq 1 AND Column2 eq 2 AND Column3 eq 3


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I think there are four issues with what you are trying: Your managed property names cannot have spaces in them, i.e. presuming start date and end date are your list columns, you need to find the names of managed properties associated with them. So your query might become like this: Today >= "StartDate" && Today < "EndDate" You will need ...


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Not sure about OOTB Chart Web Part. But it is possible with a 3rd party web part, Plumsail Dashboard Designer. You can find a sample with filtering on their demo site.



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