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You need to change the user permissions to Contribute instead of Edit. This will solve your problem.


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Before exporting to excel - increase the List View Lookup Threshold limit to as per your need from the Resource throttling setting like below: How to Increase List view Threshold value in SharePoint 2013: In case you want to increase this limit, follow these steps: Go to your SharePoint 2010/SharePoint 2013 Central Admin site Click on Application ...


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Application Management > Manage Web Application. In the Web Application list, select the web application you need. Then go to General Settings > Resource Throttling. In the Resource Throttling window, scroll down to List View Lookup Threshold and change the value to the number that suits your needs. Use caution when changing this setting: This does have a ...


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Create three views like below: Folder 1 View Filter "Name" equal to "Folder1" Folder 2 View Filter "Name" equal to "Folder2" Folder 3 View Filter "Name" equal to "Folder3" Filter condition should be like below for all the three views: We can see that three views are created and based on the view selection folder is getting displayed in the content ...


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I just found the answer to my question there is some endpoints which are useful to edit, i get to manage my issue by removing all the fields with one request, then add every single field i want it to appear in the default view one by one. please go refer to the following links: Remove All fields Add field Move field to Fortunately i found these ...


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And to give this really old post another perspective, I just saved a list as template from a SharePoint 2016 onPrem. Afterwards, I tried to apply that .stp file on another server. This ended with a Sorry, something went wrong exception. After searching through the ULS Log, to find the cause for that I encountered this entry: The number of views have ...


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You are on the right track, but if you want to control the format of that column in every view it appears, you need to use JSON column formatting, not view formatting. Although combing values from multiple columns is the more common scenario, example #5 from this blog post shows how to split values apart with column formatting. Note that you have to be ...


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What is the return type of your calculated column? I tested with your formula and calendar view does not have any issue. You can try the same formula with a new column and other lists to see if the issue persists.


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For now as Ganesh described You need to use the JSON formatting based on conditions and updating the styles of the component. As online is tagged I am guessing we should talk only about this version. Please be aware You can modify this styles of a column -> Use column formatting to customize SharePoint - styles so for Your needs this kind of example: ...


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Try using the below formula, =TEXT([Start Date],"dddd") I just tried this function and it gives me the correct weekday.


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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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Try using your formula like below: =TEXT(WEEKDAY([Start Date]+1),"dddd") official documentation: WEEKDAY function.


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