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So apparently the useFiltersInViewXml=1 query parameter is a thing. Maybe just in SPO or maybe just in Modern Experience. I'm finding ZIP in terms of documentation from M$, but when I add that into my query: .../AllItems.aspx?FilterName=MyTextColumn&FilterMultiValue=MyVal;YourVal&useFiltersInViewXml=1 then all of a sudden the world is my oyster......


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You need to use the Filter in below format: .../AllItems.aspx?FilterFields1=MyTextColumn-FilterValues1=MyVal;#YourVal Note ;# as a separator between two values.


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We can hide the SharePoint list filtering option just by simply using the style below in the respective page, <style type="text/css"> .ms-headerSortArrowLink , .ms-core-menu-box{ display: none; } </style> where, .ms-headerSortArrowLink - is the arrow icon class .ms-core-menu-box - is the filter menu box class


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You cannot use this kind of complex query is you don't have column 'Yellow' and its count. Assuming your ripeness column has value Yellow you can use below code. ClientContext ctx = new ClientContext("https://sharepoint.blah.com"); List list = ctx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("Log"); ctx.Load(list); ctx.ExecuteQuery(); CamlQuery query = new CamlQuery(); query....


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Considering that you have a column named 'Yellow' and typed number, and you wish to get all items have more then 3 in their 'Yellow ' column. ClientContext ctx = new ClientContext("https://sharepoint.blah.com"); List list = ctx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("Log"); ctx.Load(list); ctx.ExecuteQuery(); CamlQuery query = new CamlQuery(); query.ViewXml = "<Where&...


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Unfortunately I think the answer is no. The JSOM is great and yes like you say similar to the SP JSOM (same backend processquery, similar syntax etc etc), however the methods all simply map back to the old server side PSI API methods. That is the same for JSOM, CSOM and REST (REST being the unlucky one as not all methods have been mapped). The problem you ...


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I haven't experienced that issue. However, if you are having trouble getting filters to do what you want, you could try creating a view instead.


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I am suspecting as you have logged in with user who is also system account. Please login with normal site collection admin(who is not configured as system account in central admin) and it should work.


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You can use the second list view web part to filter the first web part via list web part connection. There is a blog about this similar topic for your reference: Creating Connected Web parts in SharePoint


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So after ALOT of digging I came across a post that suggested using Promoted Links web part. On the page I placed the PLWP and the Library View web part. Using the filters provided I filtered the list, copied the url of that view, then used that url as the link for a specific image in my PLWP. Works like a charm! Link to the post: https://social.technet....


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We use a communication template page. In the full list page there is a search option on the top left part of the page. That will help. (Altough not sure why we do miss the search box as @jerry_MSFT explained.


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If you only want to search with some keyword, simply use the list search box, it will do what you want. I will show you both classic and modern experience.


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Filter is used at library level, there is no direct way to set a filter just at document set level. As a workaround, you can create different custom document set content types and add them into your library, then create Doc-Set A and Doc-Set B using different content type. Then create a view at library level with a filter by A, and same steps to create a ...


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Please try below steps: Add a content editor web part on View Page. Insert below content into it. <style type="text/css"> .ms-viewheadertr { //your style } </style> .ms-viewheadertr class works to customize column header.


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This won't be possible to achieve via OOTB view and filter, you would need to do customization, Create a custom page, add content editor webpart to add html and javascript. Use JSOM or REST API to get data from SharePoint. Filter the data using json.filter functions based on you requirement, this would be where you would filter unwanted data and keep ...


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Solution: There are some assumptions with this solution (assuming you only have your 3 items as your question states), but try this. Create a view Filter: Show Items only when the following is true : Place is equal to B Sort: Modified (Show Items in Descending Order) Item Limit: Number of Items to Display: 1 NOTE: There may need to be additional work or ...


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