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You can create a custom handlebar helper like I mentioned in your previous post. Example: public registerHandlebarsCustomizations(namespace: typeof Handlebars) { namespace.registerHelper('compareDates', function(startDate, endDate) { //Your logic goes here //return expected result }); } Below links will help you to get started with ...


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You need to create a custom handlebar helper to truncate the string. Example: public registerHandlebarsCustomizations(namespace: typeof Handlebars) { namespace.registerHelper('trimString', function(passedString, startstring, endstring) { var theString = passedString.substring( startstring, endstring ); return new namespace.SafeString(...


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View search usage report: Sign in the SharePoint admin center as SharePoint admins or Global admins Under Settings tab, select Search & Intelligence. On the Search & Intelligence page, select Insights. Overview of Search reports More information, please refer to this article: View search usage reports


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Note that with using webtemplate=GROUP you will get only those sites which are created together with O365 group. If old sites were groupified they won't be returned with this query because they will still have template originally used for creating them. For returning also groupified sites another query may be used: {searchboxquery} contentclass:STS_Site ...


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Based on all dialog above about this theme, please, follow the instructions bellow (at Microsoft Support Article): 1.Navigate to the site that contains the list or library that you want to change. 2.Locate and click the list or library you want to customize. 3.Click Site Actions, and then click Site Settings. 4.Under Site Administration, click Site Libraries ...


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In SharePoint Online, crawling happens automatically based on the defined crawl schedule. And we can not delete crawled property. More information, please refer to this article: Manage the search schema in SharePoint


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For your requirement, we suggest you use the “Advanced Search” page where end-users can apply some restrictions to their search phrase: In addition to the default properties, you can also add custom property filters via editing "Advanced Search" web part. More information for your reference: https://searchexplained.com/configuring-advanced-search-...


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On Premises SharePoint Search can be a Beast! Thankfully my company has moved to SharePoint Online / O365 - which is its own basket of messiness. My suggestions are nuclear options, and have worked for me when I have had similarly intractable issues with SharePoint Search. Either solution should be performed on a weekend, preferably a long weekend if your ...


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Maybe you have disabled 'Allow items from this list to appear in search results' settings. This setting specifies whether this list should be visible in search results: On the List Settings page, under General Settings, click Advanced settings. In the Search section, under Allow items from this document library to appear in search results, select Yes to ...


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I found a solution to my issue. Actually, I created library views using a script as part of site provision, and just editing the views manually solved the issue in my case. Open view Edit view (not made any changes in view) Save view


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