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Try checking compatibility settings in IE and adding the site collection to the compatibility websites (I also selected "display intranet sites in compatibility view" and "use Microsoft compatibility lists". Once I completed this I was able to see that datasheet view again.


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I discovered that if the library setting Make "New Folder" command available? is set to Yes, folders sort as described/expected: at the top of any ascending sort, or the bottom of any descending sort, except when Sort only by specified criteria is selected. But if Make "New Folder" command available? is set to No, then folders are sorted inline with ...


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Dan, not sure if you already found a solution. I have library with the same behavior. This is what I found so far: If I copy the library with ShareGate to a test site then folders are still in the bottom. If I manually create a new library in a test site and then copy my content types with ShareGate and then adds the content types to the library. Then ...


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Instead of going to the hassle of creating Views with code you could operate on the ViewEdit page extract which fieldnames are checked, save them to the browsers localStorage, open another ViewEdit page, set the desired Checkboxes based on localStorage document.querySelectorAll("input[type='checkbox']").forEach(function(field){ console.log(field....


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Another option is to use SharePoint Designer (Provided both lists has the Same Field names) Open designer and navigate to All Files -> Lists Expand List1 and copy the view aspx file Expand List2 and paste


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It seems like you should be able to do this with powershell. You'd have to get the parameters and their values from the original list, then create the new view using ViewFields and Query from the original list. This article should get you started.


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You can use a is not equal to operator in your view. Since you say you want everything but D or E, your filter would be: Column X is not equal to D or Column X is not equal to E.


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If you want a view to show all events scheduled for Today, when the items span multiple days, then I suggest you use an algorithm to detect overlapping events with today inside your view. So you would add a view with three filter columns in the AND: End Time is greater than or equal to [Today] AND Start Time is less than or equal to [Today] AND Recurrence ...


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Yes, there is a way to add multiple time lines. The limitation on SharePoint is that for a task list, there is only one default timeline in which the tasks are added. We can add another timeline to the list using the list folder properties. If we query the folder properties, we can find the timeline_timeline property which contains the metadata for the ...


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Yes, there is a way to add multiple time lines. The limitation on SharePoint is that for a task list, there is only one default timeline in which the tasks are added. We can add another timeline to the list using the list folder properties. If we query the folder properties, we can find the timeline_timeline property which contains the metadata for the ...


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Yes, there is a way to add multiple time lines. The limitation on SharePoint is that for a task list, there is only one default timeline in which the tasks are added. We can add another timeline to the list using the list folder properties. If we query the folder properties, we can find the timeline_timeline property which contains the metadata for the ...


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My suggestion would be similar to Martin Hatch's. Copy and paste the link to each of the view you wish to make available. Then in the navigation, create a new link for each one and apply your Audience to that link, that way, the targeted user only sees the link(s) you want them to rather than all of them. Then in your list, go to Settings > Per Location ...


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You can use Start Time = Greater than or equal to [Today] and End Time = Less than or equal to [Today]



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