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Simple: You want to filter the Created column using the following function [Today]-1 Step 1: Go to Library tab -> Modify View for your list Step 2: Go to the Filter section -> Select the Created column Select is greater than or equal to Enter [Today]-1 in the textbox Step 3: Click Ok Another Example: View filter settings: how to implement [TODAY] - 6 ...


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As far as I know there is no supported way to hide the toolbar in the out-of-the-box views for lists. However, if you're using the List web part there is a property you can use to hide the command bar (toolbar).


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At first glance it would seem to me that the problem is occurring because you have attached your custom rendering function to both the field itself during view rendering, and as a function to be called OnPostRender. The problem is that, during the post-render phase, ctx.CurrentItem will not exist, because at that point it is done rendering all of the ...


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Recently MS introduced the "Hide Command bar switch" as a part of the list webpart properties. Turning that off, should hide the "New and Quick Edit" controls -Ravi


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After view the wiki page source, I notice the ":" is replaced as : in the page source, you can type the filter as Page Content contains "T:\" to achieve your requirement.


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It indeed seems that reindexing did the trick. Just had to wait a little while. On the site, click Settings > Site Settings. Under Search, click Search and offline availability. In the Reindex site section, click Reindex site. A warning appears, click Reindex site again to confirm. The content will be re-indexed during the next scheduled crawl.


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One of the column multi line text Change this to a People/Group column that allows multi-select ("Allow multiple selections") and then filter for [Me]. [Me] must be a real user, and multi-line text columns are just text, not users. If you want a short list of users to select from (not all users), create a SharePoint group ("Choose from") with just those ...


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No. Currently there is no such View Customizer available in SharePoint Framework. As you already know, currently you can only use JSON formatting to customize your view in SharePoint Online. Useful Links: SharePoint Framework roadmap. Overview of the SharePoint Framework.


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It’s true that we cannot filter site contents in SharePoint Online. The direct way to display all lists would be to create a site page and then manually add all list web parts on the page. This process can be automated with PowerShell. You can also use Highlighted content web part. Add the web part on a Site Page and apply custom query under “Query text (...


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It's by design that the 'multiple lines of text' columns only can be filtered using 'Contains' and 'begins with'. As a workaround, I recommend you use SharePoint Designer to edit the list view, then use Filter in the List View Tools options to filter items when multiple lines of text column is null. Reference: SharePoint Designer 2013 – How to modify List ...


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Try using below JSON code: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "txtContent": "@currentField", "style": { "background-color": "=if(@currentField == 'XYZ', 'blue', if(@currentField == 'ABC', 'red', 'white'))", } } Reference: Use column formatting to ...


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We have found the issue. It was quite simple. The thresohold of the list is also counting the items of the recycle bin too. However when I checked it stated there were only for about 500 items in it. It really contained more than 100.000 items. This could be seen by site collection admin.


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When you provide a link to the new form or display form, include a query string parameter called Source that specifies the URL of the page to which you want the user to navigate upon closing the form. For example: https://mysharepointsite.server/site/web/lists/MyList/Forms/NewForm.aspx?Id=1&Source=https://mysharepoint.site.server/site/web/lists/MyList/...


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If we only set Item limit settings in list view, it works as expected in both classic view and modern view. No error and warning in the list view page. But if we “Group” the items by a column, the list will firstly check if the number of items in this group exceeds list view threshold, if so, it will get the error without executing item limit settings. So ...


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You can modify this limitation number with SharePoint Designer 2013: Open the Discussion Board list and then open SharePoint Designer via LIST > Edit List. Navigate to SharePoint Designer 2013 > Lists and Libraries > Discussion Board list > Views > Flat and open Flat.aspx. Search for <RowLimit Paged="TRUE">20</RowLimit>. “20” is the number of ...


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The Current View in SharePoint List Web Part (Apps Web Part) is not related to any list view in our SharePoint List. As per my understanding, when you add the list web part on a SharePoint page it creates a copy of default view of your SharePoint list. Current View is not updated when you change the view on the list itself. If you want to add/remove any ...


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In order to create a calculated column as a date you need to use your formula in below format: =DATE(YEAR,MONTH,DAY) Using the formula as you have added in question, I am able to create a calculated field which will be in date format. see below: Note: I have return this field as Date and Time (highlighted in above image). Sometimes comma(,) does not work ...


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Asset libraries are not ordinary libraries. When files are uploaded, a folder is created with the file's name. The file is then stored in this folder. There is also additional automation to create thumbnails, etc. So, what you see in Asset libraries are folders, and web part connections don't work with folders. That said, it's interesting that you got query ...


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You can create column with name "Edit item" or something in Modern Experience and while creating column, go to "Column Formatting" section And paste the below JSON: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "button", "customRowAction": { "action": "editProps" }, "...


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I am basically getting the content from another question here in this site - link here. Thanks Shashank Reddy K Below is the javascript for JSLink(display template) file which does the custom sorting. You just need to change the order in the viewNames array with the order you want to display in your list. (function () { SPClientTemplates....


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I cannot reproduce your issue. Here are my steps: In the Filters pane, select relevant column value, and save view with a new view name. Then edit current view: The Filter section display as below, when I cancel to edit the view, the custom view work as well. You can check if the list view is your newly created view after cancel to edit the list view. ...


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As far as I know, SharePoint lists allow you to define the columns you want to have on them. That means you are able to create a model. Those columns are visible for all users with, at least, visitors permission. You can create views for helping users to read that information in easily ways like hiding columns, sorting columns, grouping, filtering and so on. ...


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There is no OOTB way to hide column from list view based on user permission in SharePoint Online (Modern UI).


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[Me] only works for People column. The easiest way for your requirement is using Multi-people & group column to store the approvers instead of multi-line text column, then create a view and use [Me] to filter items.


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You can disable list view threshold for a list using PowerShell code: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell -ea 0 $webUrl = "addYourUrlHere" $list = "addYourListOrLibraryNameHere" $web = get-spweb $webUrl $library = $web.Lists[$list] $library.EnableThrottling = $false $library.Update() Reference: Disable the list view threshold for a list or ...


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You need change the validation formula to this: =TEXT([Data documento],"yyyy")="2018" Try to use this in list validation. Go to list settings-> validation settings:


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What you describe is one way of doing what you are looking for. But OOB, lists have the ability to automatically filter the list so that ‘regular’ users can only View and Edit the items they created - this is applied to All users unless they have the ‘Cancel Check Out Permissions’ (i.e.: what you term ‘Admin’ users) See yellow portion of the attached image. ...


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Fixed - I was able to resolve this by changing the yes/no choice result to single line of text containing "Yes" or "No" in the edit column section, and setting the filters to apply if the column contained "Yes".


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No. This is not possible using SharePoint OOTB functionalities for Datasheet view. However you can add description to your fields from field/column settings. These descriptions will be shown on SharePoint list forms.


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You can use calculated columns to achieve that: Have a year column called "Year". Create a calculated column called "startOfYear" with the following formula to get the first day of this "Year": =DATE([Year],1,1) Create a calculated column called "endOfYear" with the following formula the get the last day of this "Year": =DATE([Year],12,31) You will get: ...


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