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Just use below script to hide the ribbon. It will work. <script type="text/javascript"> document.getElementById("s4-ribbonrow").style.display = "none"; </script>


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I seems have the same issue as you. Please check the steps below if you operate as me: Per my test, I click the group by name 3/11/2020. Then I click See all in the Filter pane, and select other date options to filter, in the view, it only display the file for 3/3/2020, and the group by name with the wrong format for 3/3/2020. If the repro steps is same ...


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For some other reason, I've changed the master page from Oslo to Seattle (in the Design section of Site settings) - and that helped!


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The problem you are facing is because SharePoint loads those groups dynamically via JavaScript, so if you are adding classes to elements, those elements don't initially exist when the page has officially finished loading, so executing on document.ready is "too soon". I have a snippet of code I use when I need to execute something after a grouped view has ...


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Solved it by moving the 2 formatting functions to the JSLink file. In the JSLink call the functions like this: var overrideCtx = {}; overrideCtx.Templates = {}; overrideCtx.Templates.Fields = { 'LinkTitleNoMenu':{'View': GetTitleSpecial}, //Title field with link 'TimeDifference':{'View': GetActivityLogTimeDifference}, 'ID':{'View': ...


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This is an out of the box feature you can turn on under list settings. Users that can create items only see their own and approved items, it was not clear from your post if approved items should be visible to all... Require content approval & Versioning must be switched on for the bottom part to activate. If the users should only see their own items, ...


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In the workflow, when item is created, you could change the permission of the current item: set "Contribute" permission to "Created By" set "Full Control" to Manager Group That's what we've done in Nintex workflow


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You could use Look up column to display the count of comments. In the list, create a lookup column which get information from document library title column for document name. In the document library, create a lookup column which get information from list document name column (Count Related) as below: Check the article for more information about the lookup ...


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Currently there is No way to use target Audience in SharePoint Modern List view. Workaround: Go to your SharePoint list. Click on Return to classic SharePoint (You can find it below left side navigation - bottom left corner of the page). Click on Settings (Gear icon) --> Edit page. Then Edit Web Part. In web part properties panel, expand Advanced section. ...


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I guess the long term solution could be to set up a flow or timer job to trim the listitems, either deleting the old entries or migrating them to an archive of sorts


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The "old style" links still work, even though SharePoint uses a different redirection URL when switching views in the UI. On any Modern View, if you choose the advanced option to "Edit this View", you get the old classic interface to configure view settings, including, at the very top, the URL to that view and the option to customize the view's page file ...


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