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As pointed out by spenvilgenius, the Calculated Value control is the solution to what I was trying to do, which was to reuse much of the original form in a different view but make most of the fields read-only because they will have already been filled out for the particular view. Example in Designer 2013: Example in Filler (Preview): For showing a ...


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If you want the select checkbox to appear, you can enable it through the UI by enabling the tabular view. If you are doing this through code, you'd want to look at the SPView.TabularView property.


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I don't think there is a native way to list the previous versions on the same view. You can try using JSLink to change the way the list view is rendered. When drawing the new view use the solution from This Thread to query the previous versions and display them. I do not see this behaving with acceptable performance for more then a few items though...


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In the 2013 version click on the Library tab on the Ribbon, Library settings, click on the view to edit, expand Group By, Group by version.


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Instead of creating a calculated column with the same data in text format, you can use Client Side Rendering and JSLink to create javascript Date objects for each Modified column value and format the date to your preference such as var modified = $(selector).text(); var date = (new Date(modified)).format("MMMM dd, yyyy");


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You're using TEXT, which makes it un-sortable. You'd have to be using =DATE(MONTH(Modified),DAY(Modified),YEAR(Modified)) or similar. I doubt you can get the behavior you're looking for with the 'long month' without setting all your dates to this format (regional settings).


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You can still sort by the Modified field, which is indexed and very well suitable for sorting.


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Ok, I was able to do this by removing the TimelineDueDate column from the View definition in my list schema: <View BaseViewID="2" Type="HTML" WebPartZoneID="Main" DisplayName="$Resources:core,Late_Tasks;" MobileView="True" MobileDefaultView="False" Url="late.aspx" ReqAuth="TRUE" SetupPath="pages\viewpage.aspx" ...


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Did some testing and it seems that filters on some column types doesn't cause alerts to go off. Examples of column types that work on alerts on views with filters: Single line Multiple line Choice Examples of column types that do NOT work on alerts on views with filters: Yes/No (The one I was using) Calculated Field In the end, I managed ...


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To filter a list by category you could use metadata navigation.


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Edit that page Edit web part Pages Under Miscellaneous check Disable view selector menu Click OK and Save page. :)


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Without code On library click Create new view based on for ex. All items. Check columns you want to view and sort it how you like. Under Filter click Show items only when the following is true Approval Status --- is greater than --- 0 << this is for all unpublished(Rejected, Pending, Draft) Click OK For Published view create one more view with ...



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