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You mean you want a Calculated Column Formula to correctly count the days How to use Today and Me in Calculated column Create unique number with ListItem [ID] and [Today] age in Calculated Column Formula


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You can easily use JQuery to get the filter by partial id. SPTextSlicerValueTextControl is the end of the ID of a SharePoint text filter input field. filterValue = $('input[id*=SPTextSlicerValueTextControl]');


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You could use Audience Targeting on the List View Web Parts. For instance for the default LVWP for your document library, set its target audience to be the Teachers group. Then add another LVWP for the same document library to the same page, set its target audience to be the Students group, set up a view for that LVWP that filters by Created by = [Me], and ...


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I'm not sure about preventing access to a view, but you could prevent access to the documents. I've had this requirement before, so I create a SharePoint 2010 list workflow with an impersonation step that, when the document is created/uploaded, permissions are replaced with the user who created it, and whoever else needs access. I try to use groups as much ...


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Add a jquery script that will move the existing webpart's div element to the desired location. This should looks like: $("#source").appendTo("#destination"); You can add the script in a Content Webpart or script webpart


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I tested your code and removing the illegal characters around href in line 2 solves the problem: function RedirectSearchQuery() { var url = $(location).attr('href').split('?') [0] + '?'; var sQuery = $('#textboxSearchQuery').val(); if (sQuery != '') { url = url + 'FilterName=Project_x0020_ID&FilterMultiValue=' + sQuery $(...


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If by "without a custom coded solution", you mean no server-side compiled/deployed code, then yes -- but your solution will almost certainly require some JavaScript code added to the EditForm for your Camps list. First, create a variable to flag whether activities are allowed or no, defaulted to false (e.g. var areActivitiesAllowed = false ) Next, perform ...


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You can take inspiration from here: Limit only one entry per day per user in sharepoint list In short: Display an Activities View on the Edit Form Use JavaScript (in a Calculated Column) to alter your Edit Form


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Make it a boolean. Tested it out on my end and this is what worked. sitecollection/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/TestList?$filter=IsNum eq true


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try with this: eventDate.ToString("s"), endDate.ToString("s")


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While I realize this response is very delayed, it may help the next person. I am understanding this question as follows: A filter has been applied to an attribute of a folder, and while the folders filter properly in the view, the contents of the folder do not display when a specific folder is accessed. This is very easy. Modify the view, expand the ...


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Use a Query String (URL) filter. Pass the parameters from your link and connect the filter to each web part.


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I know this is not what you wanted to hear, but I don't think you can fill a text filter by the URL used to navigate to the web part page. I believe the best you could do would be a workflow email that has 3 links to a specific(dynamic) view of each of your 3 lists.


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An alternate way from Gintas's answer is: You can create one calculated column with return type of Number and apply this formula =TEXT([DateField];"mmmm"). Then in a view you can see new column with month values. Then from modify this view, you can filter the view by using this calculated column and your desired month name. You can filter the view using ...


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You can do it this way: The problem is that you have to specify the year as well. My example filters the items that are created between 1st and 31st of May, 2016


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If you have a fixed set of categories and category links are not generated automaticly I would suggest to: Just go to you list that you want to filter Make sure you have the column that you want to filter on in your view Filter the list by clicking on the column and selecting the correct value Copy the URL and use it in your category tiles list Other ...


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Why dont you try JSlink/Client side rendering(CSR) concept to achieve your functionality. Get the query string value using the following code var itemId = GetUrlKeyValue('ID'); //get Item Id from query string Write a function and override the view template which will achieve your functionality. Refer the below links for more idea bout CSR, http://www....


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Since a calendar is a list, a very simple OOTB solution is to use the SharePoint List Filter web part and connect it to a column in your calendar for a user to filter on. For example, filter by an event type, etc. There are also text filters available, but OOTB not very useful. There are several articles online that have step-by-step instructions for how ...


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If you need to ask questions and have user responses in SharePoint, I would recommend to use Survey list. Here are few references: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-a-survey-ea52a787-822e-4f7e-b5ed-77bb14df3aba


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A workflow doesn't sound like the best tool to achieve what you're attempting, in my opinion. I would embed some javascript in the form template to dynamically hide/show options based upon user input. To my knowledge, a workflow cannot manipulate a live form (one that a user is inputting data into).


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Okay somehow the solution for this problem was pretty simple. One just has to click into the "empty box" -> "Web Part properties" appear in the top tool bar. When one is editing these properties, the Web Part automatically appears after saving it.


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Setting up multiple date filters to filter a list by a date range is possible out of the box in SharePoint 2010. Using date filter web parts to send values to a lists parameters we can get the list to filter by a date range. But not sure this works for SharePoint Online but it is straight forward using the SPD so it might be possible using below mentioned ...


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You can use filter WebPart for multiple filters.When you want to filter between two dates then you need to use SP Designer to pass parameters.And for by default functionality SP only provide Choice filter WebPart not any specific to dropdown. Find the screenshot below I used to filters Choice filter and Text filter and applied both.The two filter are ...



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