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This is because the multi-line text type is a rich text that is disabled by design For SharePoint 2010 so you need to select a plain text as text type to can be able to edit columns in datasheet view . For SharePoint 2013 you can select either a plain text or Enhanced rich text as text type to can be able to edit columns in edit view . Hope it helps ...


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Multiple line of text field which has Rich Contents enabled is not editable in DataSheet View. I think this is locked because the HTML content can mess up with DataSheet view. Workaround is to convert the column into a Plain Text field. Open List Settings -> Click on Notes Field -> UnCheck Enhanced rich text (Rich text with pictures, tables, and ...


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I'm now told over at MSDN that this is not possible OOTB. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/511f5495-07af-457c-aa8b-bc45910cdcf1/using-spd-workflow-to-set-approval-workflow-task-outcome?forum=sharepointcustomization


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Based on your description , to avoid manually creating Task list I suggest to create a custom view called time line or Tasks as you need and show only the fields available to your list like contract name , contract period , contract expiration date , then try to create a filter with expiration date to show all contract that not expired. you can also add ...


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How about creating an individual Task-List foreach user (or rather let them create it by themselfes). You could also create an template from your preferred tasklist-configuration. http://www.learningsharepoint.com/2012/10/14/using-list-templates-in-sharepoint-2013/ The only other option to personalize a list (other than item level permissions) are the ...


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Turns out that the groups that were setup to be selected via the combo box were not set to be visible to Everyone. Once I did that the group expansion function worked properly.


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I'm not sure what version this is for, but for 2013/O365 you can use the AJAXRefreshView function provided by SharePoint. Example using the list title prop, you can use the property that suits you: AJAXRefreshView({ currentCtx: g_ctxDict[ Object.keys(g_ctxDict).filter(function(v) { return "Tasks" === ...


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Internally, percent complete is stored as a value from 0.00 to 1.00 so 100% would be 1. Change the Value you set in the workflow to 1 and the problem should be resolved.


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To resolve this issue, I had to delete the task list and recreate.


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The ID field you are trying to use in your Calculated Column is not known until the Item is saved . Hence using it in your calculated column may not give you the required output.You can use an event handler or a workflow to update the list items. My preference would be a simple workflow that runs when the items are created.


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What I understand is you want to rearrange your tasks in the Task List priority wise. So I am giving answer on my assumption. According to my assumption you did not need to create Task list dynamically. Let me know if my assumption is correct or wrong without being rude !! So for this you can create an Event Receiver which can fire when any new item has ...



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