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SharePoint provides Out of the box Issue Tracking List template. You can use this list as a bug tracking system. You can add columns to the list based on your requirements. We have been using Issue Tracing list in SharePoint for one of our projects quite successfully.


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To have BOTH assigned to emails and item-level permissions: You can use a Tasks list and change the content type to Issues. First create a list from the Tasks template. Go to List Setting >> Advanced Settings, select "Yes" for "Allow management of content types?" (Notice on that screen you have Item-level permissions, and e-mail notification.) Back at List ...


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Comment field with Append to Text The Comments column in an Issues list uses the Append Changes to Existing Text setting. This setting is available for Multiple lines of text column types. Instructions for enabling the setting are below. Go to List Settings (or Library Settings). In the Columns section, click Create column. Name your column, and select ...


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Try to do the following: Edit your All Items page. Add script editor web part. add the below script <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.1.js"> </script> <script> $(document).ready(function(){ $Text = $("td .ms-vb2:contains('archive')"); $Text.parent().css("background-color", "Red"); }); </script> [OutPut] ...


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You can edit the existing Category field by navigating to Issue tracking list -> List Settings -> Click on Category column -> Update the text for category in choice field. You can create new category field by navigating to List Settings -> click on Create column -> select type choice -> add custom category text.


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The Issue Tracking List is different from Custom List . Where its default WriteSecurity is 1 and can't be changed. The main reason for that this list doesn't have an Item Permission Level in its Advanced settings List as Shown below. Not Like The Custom List Item Level Permissions Settings. [workaround] Create A custom list. go to advanced settings . > ...


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You will need to add new column "Issue ID" in your list. Then you can use SharePoint designer workflow or event receiver to create this unique string and to update in "Issue ID" column. Steps: Create a column "Issue ID" in your Task List Now go to SharePoint Designer, Create a workflow for task list and set it to run automatically when Item is added Now ...


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In your workflow in SharePoint Designer 2013, once you set up the IF conditional, for the "then" condition, go to the "Action" menu and from drop down actions: Step 1: Select Action "Send Email" Step 2: click to edit the 'users' and click on the book icon of "To" field Step 3: Choose "Workflow Lookup for a User..." and click on ADD Step 4 and 5: From ...


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I assume these are single choice columns and that the numbers are always in the form (##). If so, you can create a code using a calculated column using a formula like this: =RIGHT(LEFT([Process%20Impacted],3),2)&"-"&RIGHT(LEFT([Issue%20Type],3),2)&"-"&RIGHT(LEFT([Impacted%20Department%201],3),2)&IF(ISBLANK([Impacted%20Department%202]),"",...


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Sounds to me that you are looking for a SharePoint Designer workflow. What i can think of is this logic. When creating a workflow you get to choose the Start Options. Selecting both "Start workflow automatically when an item is created" - should check for User A in the assigned to column when the items is created, and email him/her. "Start workflow ...


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You can use OOB Approval process inside the workflow. The approver's information should be stored in some place. The best option is to store it as part of the current item. After each stage you can change the approver and start another approval process. I have blogged on how to Approval Workflow with Dynamic Approvers


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Because they decided to reuse an existing site column they created as part of the application. There are other instances of this most notably, many content types share the Keywords site column. This has been the case for several product revisions.


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Try to add the below style at a content editor or script editor in your list page For All columns within list view <style> .ms-vh-div { width : 1000px !important; // set the width as you need } </style> For Specific column <style> .ms-vh-div [DisplayName='<Title>'] { width : 1000px !important; } </style> To get the ...


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Create a multi line of text and use option "Append Changes to existing text"


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Try going into the List Settings -> Advanced Settings and check the box to manage content types. You should then be able to click on the content type and have an option to hide selected columns and I think you can also reorder the columns. Changed made here will affect your Edit and Create views.


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You can screen scrape it. Here's an implementation using jQuery. 'TaskId' is the numeric ID of the list item: $("#taskCommentContainer").load(_spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/Lists/Tasks/DispForm.aspx?ID=" + taskId + " #SPFieldNote:last()"); You'll need to fiddle with the parameters a bit to make it work for you. Here's the jQuery load() ...


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Yes, I did similar using the below method. Use jquery.SPServices-2014.02.min library $().SPServices({ operation: "GetVersionCollection", async: false, strlistID: "<List Name>", strlistItemID: <ID>, strFieldName: "<Field Name>", completefunc: function (xData, Status) { ...


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Part of this can be done with custom permission sets. You could create a new permission set for workers that allows them to edit but not add items, for example. This won't get you all the way there, but perhaps it could be helpful. All the requirements can be met via a workflow using the 2010 workflow engine. In a workflow, you can change the permissions of ...


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There as some default columns created by SharePoint based on content type, Category column belongs Content Type "Issue", Other than category some more columns like Title, created by, modified by, created, modified also cannot be deleted. Though I could not think of any other logical reason to not allow us to delete this column, this is very well possible ...


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You don't need SharePoint Designer to accomplish this. Instead you add all of these tasks, issues, documents, status and calendar on a web part page, or a wiki page - whichever you prefer. But first things first: In all site content (gear icon, site content) you add an Activity list a Custom list (which you can call Issues) a Calendar You already have a ...


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You can also use javascript instead of css: _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("AdjustColumnWidth"); function AdjustColumnWidth(){ $("div.ms-vh-div[DisplayName='Comment']").attr("style", "WIDTH: 400px"); $("div.ms-vh-div[DisplayName='Status']").attr("style", "WIDTH: 110px"); $("div.ms-vh-div[DisplayName='Title']").attr("style", "WIDTH: 75px"); } ...


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Why not create a simple workflow that runs when the item is changed. Inside the workflow, you can check the value of Item Status and if it equals to Published, do your calculation!


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You can make a custom editform.aspx via SharePoint Designer to make the end date "read only". You have to change the ControlMode from "Edit" to "Display". There are also other ways with jQuery, JS or Powershell. How to create a new, display or edit form is shown here: https://afrait.com/blog/custom-new-edit-or-display-form-in-4-steps-en/ You can set the ...


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You can get the field value of a field in a particular item version using $version.item["Field Display name"] but I think it is a read only property and you cant set it via code. https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/microsoft.sharepoint.splistitemversion_members.aspx


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If the Issue Status field does not meet your requirement you should not use it and use a custom column instead. If you envision this list being used in multiple places and across site collections I'd suggest using a Managed Metadata field, because once your users start using it they will find they need additional choices.


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Issue Content Type is inherited from Item Content Type. Now you can treat Issue as a child of Item and Issue will inherit all fields in Item. From the screen its clear that Title is sourced from Item. Now the other columns are part of the Issue content type and hence the source is Issue. The new site columns you created are simple columns and not content ...


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The Out of the box approval workflow has an initiation form that asks whose approval should be requested and creates approval tasks for these users, maybe this will work for you. You can also develop a custom workflow with SharePoint Designer and, having 3 People fields on your list, create an approval task to each of the field's values.


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There are several ways you can achieve it. It depends on how many users you will have accessing the list. On several occasions, I create lists where only a single manager will be accessing the page. Instead of creating separate views, you can control access based on the username. You can encapsulate the manager only data fields in a section. You will ...


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you can try with a approach using custom visual web part where you can show/hide and enable/disable the controls depending on the user permissions (Users,Managers Group) and attach a workflow or c# code for sending the email notification to Manager maintaining a flag on the list item action. 1) Create a custom web part. 2) Add the web part on your edit ...


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If i remember it right, add the Posts web part, edit and select Summary View, apply and save and then select a Post Layout from the Blog Tools webpart, then you should get it looking like the blog again. ( Any HTML will render when you save the page. ) For you second question i cant really understand what you mean. What web part is missing? A picture might ...


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