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There are several ways you can achieve it. It depends on how many users you will have accessing the list. On several occasions, I create lists where only a single manager will be accessing the page. Instead of creating separate views, you can control access based on the username. You can encapsulate the manager only data fields in a section. You will ...


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You can use javascript/Jquery to hide control in editform page of list. Whenever user edit an item, hide manager's related field. User querystring and read it to make manager's related field visible. As you may be sending url to your manager in email, include querystring in that url so that only manager related field are visible while rest of fields were ...


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you can try with a approach using custom visual web part where you can show/hide and enable/disable the controls depending on the user permissions (Users,Managers Group) and attach a workflow or c# code for sending the email notification to Manager maintaining a flag on the list item action. 1) Create a custom web part. 2) Add the web part on your edit ...



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