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As stated a few times here - it can't be done from a single list/library, without some 3rd party help, or customer code. If you want to use only SharePoint you could do this by creating three lists. Your "source" which has all the data, and is locked down, and then two destination lists, which are populated from a simple workflow from the source list. ...


Use Titus' SharePoint Security if you really want to do item-level security. It's the only practical method for managing the administration of item-level security.


There are different we can achieve this. You can use out of the box View Item page for displaying the item. You need to make sure you are passing the correct item id as a query string parameter to that page. In the list view using JavaScript/jQuery you can add a dynamic column and embed the image into it along with a tag. Populate the href to have the same ...


One thing that you can do is turn on versioning for the list. Then you can create a "Notes" column that is set to multiple lines of text and select Yes for "Append changes to existing text." If you don't want to show the notes in the list, then you can modify the view and deselect the Notes column.


Use Audience Targeting. That's the Out of Box feature available to meet your requirement. Create two separate views. In one view you give access to all groups while for other view you edit the page and in Audience targeting for that particular view, you list down the groups name you want to give access to.


Go to Html source code and paste the following code: <style>#ctl00_PlaceHolderLeftNavBar_ctl02_ListViewKeyFilters_ctl00_FilterFormContainer {DISPLAY: none;}</style>


You have to edit the view and filter completed tasks. It can be confusing because there isn't an intuitive value to filter for the Completed column. Open the view menu and click Modify this view. Scroll down and expand the Filter option (if not already expanded). Select Show items only when the following is true: Specify the following criteria: Column: ...


An alternate way from Gintas's answer is: You can create one calculated column with return type of Number and apply this formula =TEXT([DateField];"mmmm"). Then in a view you can see new column with month values. Then from modify this view, you can filter the view by using this calculated column and your desired month name. You can filter the view using ...


You can do it this way: The problem is that you have to specify the year as well. My example filters the items that are created between 1st and 31st of May, 2016

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