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Is there any solution to hide specific row in the list using JSON for view formatting.

I want to display only rows that match the terms of the current user and hide others.

In Column formatting I can do this with "display", is it possible to use this in view formatting?

Thanks a lot for the answers!

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  • Do you want to hide the rows based on user permissions or based on the column/field in your list? – Ganesh Sanap Dec 4 '20 at 3:39
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It can't be done with the out-of-box JSON row formatting functionality. You might need to inject custom classes using SPFx and then be able to do it.

This question has already been answered in this forum here

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If you only want to filter the items with current user, you can try to use the filter settings in the view with the dynamic filter value [me]. It works for people picker column.

More information here:https://www.sharepointsapiens.com/list-filter-web-part/documentation/initially-filter-sharepoint-view-current-user/

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