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One of the ways of doing this (for all three forms) is to modify how the field itself is displayed. That is, go to list settings -> select your "Person or Group" field to open its edit field page. Now there should be a drop-down at the very bottom saying something like "Specify which information to display", and there you will get options like "Email", ...


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You can give it a try: <Field ID="{fa564e0f-0c70-4ab9-b863-0177e6ddd247}" Type="Text" Name="Title" DisplayName="Renamed Title" Required="FALSE" Hidden="TRUE" ShowInDisplayForm="TRUE" ShowInEditForm="TRUE" ShowInNewForm="TRUE" /> <Field ID="{82642ec8-ef9b-478f-acf9-31f7d45fbc31}" Type="Computed" DisplayName="Renamed Title" StaticName="LinkTitle" ...


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site settings > advanced settings > allow content management (yes) site settings > click on content types (may be list/library name) now click on title column and hide the column.


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Without XSLT you cannot change the view of list in Content Query Web Part. XSLT don't include any tough scripting and coding it is just formatting like table tag. Please refer this link to get more details explanation Modifying XSLT for CQWP Thanks


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I took your minimal XML, added it programmatically and it seems to work for me. This is what I used and how I added it. For starters, I used Powershell's PnP library for adding the webpart. You can find it here: https://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP-PowerShell . It's basically a powershell module for facilitating CSOM code. It does the same in the backend as ...


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The answer was simple. Just edit the XLV on that page as you would for any list view. Open the page for editing, edit the web part, under the List Views header, click on "Edit the current view". Simply edit the Filter section as needed. If you are using managed metadata in the fields you want to filter on, you must match the text exactly, since it will not ...



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