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Just like Mike said, it seems you want to only use classic UI for that list. You can change the default settings for that list. Check this: Switch the default experience for lists or document libraries from new or classic


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There shall be some differences between Excel formula and SharePoint formula. Would you like to share us a bit more information about your list and how the formula shall work? I assume your formula is like to be =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Rejected","the column name where you want to search")), IF(isblank("the column name where you want to check if it is ...


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Looks like you have the same list displayed with the Classic UI first and the Modern UI second. The Class UI looks like it has a custom InfoPath form, which is not supported in the Modern UI. In the bottom left corner of your Modern UI screen capture is a the link "Return to Classic SharePoint". Click that to return to the Classic UI.


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You have an "=" where you need a ",". If an IF/ELSE then change to: =IF( ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Rejected",A2)), IF(isblank,"","Today"), "else???" ) If this is an OR or AND test then: =OR( IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Rejected",A2))), IF(isblank,"","Today") ) What is "isblank"? A column name? Or should this be ISBLANK(something)


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Add the attachments field to the list view, and then add the code below into a script editor web part in this view. <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> (function () { // Create object that have the context information about the field that we want to ...


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I was able to get this to work using the following steps: Get a JSON object from the ServerProcessedContent property. JObject jsonObject = clientSideWebPart.ServerProcessedContent; Update the object with my changes. jsonObject[@"imageSources"][@"imageURL"] = imageSourcesImageUrl; Set the PropertiesJson property to the JSON object's text (call ToString())...


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Try using below CSS: a[aria-label^='Get the mobile app'] { display: none !important; } Or div[class^='feedback_'] { display: none !important; } You can also vote on the similar UserVoice using below link: Remove Get the mobile app and Feedback buttons. Also, there is another way to hide feedback options tenant wide using PowerShell command: ...


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No. It is not possible using OOTB functionalities as SharePoint does not support the column level permissions. SharePoint only supports unique permissions until item level.


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Shared list is not supported in SharePoint. One common workaround is to use SharePoint designer workflow or Microsoft Flow to update contents between lists. Here are some references for you. Copy data between two SharePoint lists (or any two data sources) efficiently. How to use Flow to copy items between two data sources. SHAREPOINT LIST WORKFLOW: ...


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This is throwing an error because you are using setState method in your autoPlay attribute, which returns void after setting the state. Try using something like below: <Carousel dynamicHeight={true} showThumbs={false} > {this.state.items.map((imageList, key) => { if (imageList.SourceType == "Video") { this.setState({ autoplayvideo: ...


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Short answer is this is not possible. What I would suggest doing is If you have a list in Site A, and Site B users need to access the list in Site A, create a link on Site B that points to the Site A list, then give permissions to the Site B users to the Site A list. Your users are changing sites but they won't really notice. You could also use workflows ...


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Please check the below steps for adding multiple language in SPFX webparts: Within "loc" folder you will see a file named "mystrings.d.ts". At first add property here like below: declare interface ITestWebPartStrings { WebpartTitle: string; } There is a file for english language named "en-us.js". If you want to add another language you have to create ...


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You can try using this: <video width="320" height="240" controls> <source src={ imageList.Image ? imageList.Image["Url"] : '' } type="video/mp4"> Text if video is not loaded </video> where type is optional. instead of: <video src = { imageList.Image ? imageList.Image["Url"] : '' }> </video>


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For calculated column, you could use the following formula: =IF([Date Requested]<=TODAY(),"Yes","No") If you don't want to create calculated column, you could use column formatting to achieve this : { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "debugMode": true, "txtContent": ...


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That won't be possible. You still need to be a site admin for the site to retrieve such information with PowerShell. As a SP Admininstrator/Global Administrator you can go to the SharePoint Admin Center and Expport


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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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