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3 approaches: Lookup Column to the Images library of your preference (the one you suggested) Attachments in the List Item Document Set. Basically a Document Set is a type of Item that can have custom fields. It's very particular in that it can hold multiple files, and provides a welcome page that is very useful to quickly see which files are associated ...


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Paul's solution - managed metadata - works well if your list is stable and if you do not need to attach additional properties to each item (e.g. school address, contact, etc.). An alternate option is to use two SharePoint lists: one for the districts one for the schools, with a lookup column that points to the districts list Then you can create lists ...


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I did this with less coding in sharepoint 2010. Here's what I have: List called PeopleList with columns "Person" and "Title". Workflow called "CopyPersonFromTitle", which runs when an item is created/changed. A list called CustomListWithLookup, which has a Lookup with the following configuration. Get Information From: PeopleList. In this column: Title. ...



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