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I have a document library containing documents to be commented on and I have a list which holds all these comments including a field with the commenters name and another field with the name of the document.

I have a requirement that at the document library view I need to display how many comments this user has inputted for this particular document. Any ideas on how to do this?

  • Different options depending on whether you are on SharePoint Online in Office 365 or which version of on-prem server. – willman Mar 11 at 23:59
  • currently on prem and soon moving to online – Soccerrules Mar 12 at 12:57
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You could use Look up column to display the count of comments.

In the list, create a lookup column which get information from document library title column for document name.

In the document library, create a lookup column which get information from list document name column (Count Related) as below:

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Check the article for more information about the lookup (count related) column:

How to create count related lookup column in SharePoint custom lists?

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  • I think this approach would work if I was looking for all comments inputted for the particular document. I'm looking for the count of comments for a particular document made by the currently logged in user. so technically two different filters and not just one – Soccerrules Mar 12 at 12:56

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