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The column validation will not take effect unless you try to save a new item or save the changes made to an existing item. I’ve run tests with “Require that this column contains information” set to “Yes” or “No”, in both classic and modern experience and I cannot reproduce this issue in my environment. Maybe you can switch to another list and see if you ...


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Yes, you can use JSON Column Formatting to set a custom format. See the example on formatting users, is probably pretty close to what you want to do, though it also includes thumbnail of the user's profile photo.


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Yes it would delete the column and therefore the values for each item for that column. Additionally, SharePoint won't just let you change a Single Line of Text column to a People Picker column. Instead, create a new column in the list and if needed use the value of the SLT column to pick the correct person for the new People Picker column. After your boss ...


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it's quite simple, if you use url encoding for the "space", you will have "%20" right? so when you create a column in SharePoint it will automatically replace the space by "x0020".


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if you create a column with space you will end up with x0020 as internal name if you are using UI use ColumnName insted if you are using XML Column use internalName and staticName property


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You can try this: Create a flow in Power Automate by applying a condition on the trigger, if the condition is satisfied then fill the column.


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The only OOTB way that I know of to do this is to have to create a list content type for each of your status values, and include the column in only one of the content types.


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SharePoint indeed converts spaces to x0020 for internal names, because this is supposed to represent the url encode %20 (aka space). The “x0020” in the field name is the url encoded representation of the space in between of both words. To be more precise it is a form of unicode url encoding. The Unicode encoding of the space is “%u0020” but for fields “x0020”...


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It's a variant of url encoding, specific to SharePoint, and it's been maddening SharePoint developers for years. It's generated by SharePoint when columns are created in the UI with spaces in their names. SharePoint field internal names cannot have spaces. There's a workaround for this. It won't help for columns that already exist but when creating columns, ...


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According to the official documentation, You can use this context([$FieldName]) to reference the values of other fields within the same row by specifying the internal name of the field surrounded by square brackets and preceded by a dollar sign: [$InternalName]. So, you need to use the internal name of your Name column in your JSON code. Check below URL ...


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