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Not sure what column you would set the [Me] filter for your view on. One possibility is you could add a required column called 'Manager' to make employees pick their manager when they enter an item, and create a view for each manager on that list. Then setup an alert for each manager, triggering when someone changes an item that appears in that manager's ...


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This is a default behavior of SharePoint. You can only use 10 conditions in list view filter. Workaround (Not tested): Try setting the list view query using PowerShell: SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Update List View View query requires CAML Query.


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@Shahul Hameed @Jimas has suggested a good solution for testing an upper boundary, but in addition to his well-informed and detailed suggestion, I also Believe you should test the lower boundary of your list threshold issue. I have encountered this very issue myself, on-prem - with a different version of SharePoint some years ago. It had nothing to do with ...


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From my experience, exceeding the list view threshold means, basically, 2 things. that the results are more that the list view threshold that sharepoint takes a long running query to iterate over a large dataset, which transaltes in time consuming queries and if the entries are over a limit, SQL Server might enforce a lock on the table. These are the basic ...


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If you are using SharePoint online, you can use JSON formatting to customize how fields/list views in SharePoint lists are displayed. For more information check below documentations: Use column formatting to customize SharePoint Use view formatting to customize SharePoint Also check List formatting GitHub repository where you can find different column/view ...


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Referring to your previous JSON given here, try using below JSON for your requirements: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "children": [ { "elmType": "span", "txtContent": "@...


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There are no supported ways to tweak default list view search box using SPFx. Workarounds: If you want a permanent filter on list view, you can apply it from View settings. Documentation: Use filtering to modify a SharePoint view If you want a temporary filter/search via textbox, you can do this using query parameter in URL like: https://tenant.sharepoint....


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After zooming in or out, refresh the page to make the ListView Commands normal. Before: After:


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You need to use the display name for list and its view. After that, you can check whether the view exists or not as Ganesh mentioned above. $listDisplayName = "list 1" $viewDisplayName = "view 1" Get-PnPView -List $listDisplayName -Identity $viewDisplayName


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Try using this: $listView = Get-PnPView -List "list1" -Identity "view1" if($listView -ne $null) { Write-Host -f Green "List view exist!" } else { Write-Host -f Yellow "List view does not exist!" } Documentation: Get-PnPView


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