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You won't be able to restrict the views to certain users, for your requirement you need to set the item-level permissions. Go to list settings >> Advanced Settings >> Under Read access (check: Read items that were created by the user). This allows the user to read/view their items created by them. Admin should be able to view all items.


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Folders are also counted as Items and as such filter rules also apply to them. Since the folder does not have the user on the column it is not showing it to them. What you can do is add another filter (using OR) and set the logic to show content type Folder. This means it will show ALL folders as well as all items that have the user = Work Allocated


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On the Team site page, edit the page and edit the list web part choose the view you would like to add. (Screen Shot 1) If you don't find a view that works for you, create another view (starting from the all items view) and it should show on the drop down to choose from! (Screen Shot 2)


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I found the solution - In the List View set the following filters: Filters: a) Modified - Less than or Equal to - [Today] b) Publish Date - Less than or Equal to - [Today] c) Publish - Begins with - Yes Sort by Modified (Descending) Item Limit = 1


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A CAML query for that would look something like this <View> <Query> <Where> <Contains> <FieldRef Name='Title'/> <Value Type='Text'>username</Value> </Contains> </Where> </Query> </View> But I do wonder why you ...


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The view is just a filter of the all items view and when the incoming email is received, it will automatically add to the calendar and all views. So the answer, as far as I know, is you cannot send it to a specific view. However, think of a way to show the incoming email on that specific view using metadata value and hide it from the other views based on ...


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Create a form load rule that checks to see if the user is an admin or not, and switch views depending on that condition. For example if current user not admin, switch to Edit view.


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Use a standard Description column and apply CSR to make it look and behave anyway you want. CSS can clean the View /* ListView - make Description fields a maximum width and height, and show full text on mouseover*/ /*.ms-itmhover is the TR row*/ .ms-vb2 .ms-rtestate-field{ max-width:40em; max-height:2em; overflow:hidden; } .ms-vb2 ...


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One possible solution: Create a Notes column, then create a list form, named something like "CustomEdit.aspx" that has nothing in it but the Notes field (hide all the other columns in the list), and use another column, named something like EditNotes to have the hyperlink to the custom edit form. Something like: ="<a ...


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if you need javascript solution you can try this: $('a[name^="SPBookmark_{colname}"]').parent().parent().parent().hide(); Replace {colname} with desired column name which you want to hide.


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What you want to achieve can be done using OOTB SharePoint functionality. Have a look at "Folders" section when creating a view. This allows you to create views for your folders (not including the empty columns) and for the files within the folder (showing all columns). Nice blog about this option: ...



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