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I have a SharePoint list of 20000 items, where each item has 11 different columns, with values (tags) as per the item, that I add manually.

So, I want to create a new column with a URL where the user can click and see a filtered view of all items associated with the same tags across the 11 columns that have been added historically.

I can create a filter for a few items manually but I need to repeat this process for 20 new items everyday, which is time consuming. I also want the filtered views for all historical list items.

Please help me write a conditional formula to achieve this.

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  • What version of SharePoint is your org running? Commented Jun 13, 2021 at 5:43
  • SharePoint Server (SharePoint in Microsoft 365): The first one in this article ("SharePoint in Microsoft 365 looks like this:") support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/…
    – Grey fox
    Commented Jun 14, 2021 at 11:49
  • That article is an interesting way that Microsoft is telling users to differentiate between versions. I have never seen that article. Anyway, on what criteria are you trying to create this filter. This may be possible by constructing a HTTP GET query string in a calculated column and concatenation has that with a base URL. Also, are you using the modern UX? Commented Jul 7, 2021 at 1:48

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