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The only thing I've found so far is a plug in that provides this type of support (I think) - It's licensed by Sapiens - see http://www.sharepointsapiens.com/list-filter-web-part/details/features/. I'm looking for an OOB feature that allows Site Metadata to be used in the SharePoint List Filter as well - it seems as if this should be possible and even ...


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Have you tried using SharePoint Designer, copy paste all files together? Moving files in windows explorer won't preserve the metadata. I have transferred a lot of files before with SharePoint Designer, but you would need to check the preserve metadata part. Moving files one by one isn't efficient, with SharePoint Designer you can move as many files as you ...


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Are you using the correct format? A metadata field value is organized like this: "cachelistid";#"displayname"|"guid" If this caching list id (forgot the exact name of this) is not available or if you simply don't want to bother caching, just use -1. Values are saved in a hidden list on the SharePoint site. In other words, you have to insert a value ...


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The DON'Ts Don't create multiple library one library per client. Don't create one library and add multiple folders, one for each client. The DO's Create one library, create a column of type Choice (menu to choose from), call it "Client" and make it a required field. Create a page and add a Web Part to this one library and modify the view to group all ...


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If you using SharePoint 2013 / O365 you can leverage Search. Create a page with a Search Results Web Part or Content By Search Web part (depending on if you have Foundation/Standard or Enterprise). Edit the Search criteria to only target document libraries in your site. If you are storing libraries across sites, then I suggest using a content type and ...



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