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That is a known behavior. If you will add [Me] filter on the "login" column then you will able to see only the list items where you have been added to "login" column. If you want to show the comments you have entered then maybe you need to create another view where you will add [Me] filter on "Created By" column. And if you don't want to create a new view ...


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I recently found another much simpler way to do this. Simply modify the view's filtering and sorting using the column header drop downs, and then click the Save This View link. It does allow you to select more than 10 filter options, and the Save This View saves them!


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In the classic SharePoint library, you could insert date filter web part. In the modern SharePoint library, you could use filter. Modify the current view, set filter.


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Are you working in SharePoint online? What is the template of the list? Per my test, i can filter on managed metadata column. If you are working with a task list, enable server rendering on the list view Web Part for the affected Tasks list. Filtering doesn't work for Managed Metadata column in SharePoint Online Tasks list for your reference: https://...


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Not possible with OOB functionality. A taxonomy column is a lookup under the covers, and you can't filter on lookups. You could do it with code but you lose all the functionality of an OOB list view.


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