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How do I display the current year on list date?

Example picture below, only the items modified last year or before have the year displayed.

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This is because Date is by default shown in Friendly format. One quick workaround you can do is to go to List Settings--> Click on Modified --> Change Display Format to Standard . Then dates will be displayed as mm/dd/yyyy format:

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  • Hmm..some of my dates have switched to Friendly when we went to 2013 and some haven't. Bizarre! Love easy fixes, thanks – Enilorac Nov 18 '15 at 12:15
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Not an answer, just extra info when working with past dates

 =TEXT([Modified],"YYY")

In an extra Calculated Column Year gets you the Year only,
You can then use that in View Filters, Sorts or Group By settings

A list year filter setting would then be:

I tried to use functions in here, but couldn't get it to work

You can't use

 =YEAR( [Modified] )

for your formula, because it will be formatted as number with thousands separator.

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If its a list view, you can format date column with the help of JSLink. JSLink will help you to conditional format the date.

If its a Display form you can use JSLink or jquery to conditional format the date.

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