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to anyone who finds this in the future here is how i got around it.


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If you have a SharePoint task list where the task is assigned to a SharePoint group, you may notice that the My Task list does not show tasks even if you are a member of the group of which the task is assigned. Fortunately, there is a simple fix. It does require SharePoint Designer though. Open SharePoint Designer and then open the My Tasks view of the ...


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Try replicating the same workflow with another new list. I am sure the schema of the associated list would have been corrupted. for further troubleshooting purposes, insert an email sending task or some item updating task in b/w or as a first step with some dummy content so you can know whether it is firing the workflow events or not.


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If your form is opening in a dialog, you can do it using jQuery: $('.ms-dialog #s4-ribbonrow').css('display', 'none'); or just by embedding some CSS on the page: <style> .ms-dialog #s4-ribborow { display: none; } </style> Or as Danny Engelman pointed out in the comments, if you do not want to load jQuery you can do it with pure ...


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You can remove "Completed" field from current view and it will take away the mark as completed check box. Edit view, you should be seeing "Completed" field selected, just uncheck that and save the view. Hope this helps, mark this as answer if it did...


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As promised, I found the solution. It can be done using CSR with this line of code when rendering : ctx.ListSchema.NoListItem = "";


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Did you try this approach? go to site settings > Look and Feel > Navigation > Under 'Navigation Editing and sorting' > add an entry under current navigation.


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I had the same problem, but this solution worked for me SP Designer WF Email doesn't go to SP Group All you have to do is: - Give everyone view acces to the group Go to the Group Settings, then, set everyone on "Who can view the membership of the group?", click OK - Add read permissions for the Sharepoint group to the site. Just be sure to give "read" ...


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Before That i suggest one condition, Trim Assigned to Column (Group having Current User or Created by User).


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I have experienced this same issue. What I have found is that after you add the first item the list view will default to the Standard View NOT Quick Edit. So just add one item, navigate to the view (i.e. do not just refresh) and you should see that view no longer defaults to Quick Edit. Note that this occurs for the other views when no items are found. Such ...


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You have to edit the view and filter completed tasks. It can be confusing because there isn't an intuitive value to filter for the Completed column. Open the view menu and click Modify this view. Scroll down and expand the Filter option (if not already expanded). Select Show items only when the following is true: Specify the following criteria: Column: ...


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To can go back in workflow, you should use stages and transition to stage at SharePoint 2013 workflow Platform by doing the following Steps Create a list workflow with SharePoint 2013 workflow Platform. Create Three Stage as something like the following based on your requirements Note : تمت الموافقة = Approved


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You can achieve this by changing Date and Time Format of Start Date & Due Date columns. Go to Task list setting. Edit column Start Date/Due Date. Change Date and Time Format from Date only to 'Date & Time'. After changes made, you will see Hour and minute drop down just beside date pickers of Start Date & Due Date.


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I would call it an "Expander", based on the functionality it provides. Although in this case it is used for Tasks, that particular type of UI control exists in many other UIs, including the Windows Explorer: In that case, and in many others, the functionality it provides is to expand a view of child/sub items. So... Expander. I have no idea what the ...


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It is not your CSR destroying the checkboxes, It is because Microsoft didn't test JSLink properly and shipped a failing product The Checkboxes are created by a JSLink on the View definition (each View definition) If you check the sources it loads hierarchytaskslists.js, and that CSR code does the CheckBox Now when you attach another JSLink on the WebPart ...


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Yes you can use CQWP to show the completed tasks through last week by filtering the following: The [Task Status] column equal to Completed Once the task set to completed, the [Modified Date] will be changed to the current date, so you can filter the updated tasks within last week as the following The [Modified Date] Greater Than or Equal to [Today]-7 The ...


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The key points are recognizing the column types and formatting the data appropriately in Excel before the attempting the import. Certain column types are not able to be imported in this way, such as the Multi-line Enhanced Text. Let me break it down for you. :) Column Types Must be formatted as follows: -COLUMN- | -FORMAT / COMMENT- Single ...


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Uninherit the list Give access to whoever needs it. If it's a large group I suggest using an AD security group. Give them the direct link or post the link elsewhere that they can navigate to it. They will not be able to navigate to the site that it's hosted on.


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I guess you mean Workflow Instance Id, right? It depends on SharePoint version. SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 (Platform Type: SharePoint 2010 Workflow) Workflow Instance Id is stored in field WorkflowInstanceID (Type: SP.Guid) Example: var listId = _spPageContextInfo.pageListId; var itemId = parseInt(GetUrlKeyValue('ID')); getListItem( listId,...


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I've had the problem many times and solved it quite easily. I don't know the root cause, but the solution is to create a new view. I only experienced this when creating a new list. Typically making a list from an Excel Export, and then adding a webpart of narrative content on top. I create a new view, and delete the old view. inserting an item into the ...


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Yes, there is a way to add multiple time lines. The limitation on SharePoint is that for a task list, there is only one default timeline in which the tasks are added. We can add another timeline to the list using the list folder properties. If we query the folder properties, we can find the timeline_timeline property which contains the metadata for the ...


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According to your question description, It seems 1 Related Item is a lookup column value. Showing Link In this value, you have lookup item's Id. If we know list name and item's Id, then we can construct the item's display link manually. var listName = "Your List Name"; var itemId = ctx.currentItem.RelatedItem[0].lookupId; var displayUrl = String.format('/...


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Use CSOM / JSOM with CAML to get all tasks where ParentID is NULL, i.e. all top level tasks. // Create Context etc first List list = context.Web.Lists.GetByTitle(listTitle); CamlQuery query = new CamlQuery(); query.ViewXml = @"<View> <Query> <Where> <IsNull><FieldRef Name='ParentID' />&...


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To manually change event/callout colors in a timeline or project summary: Go to your task list Select the Task in the timeline (opens the Timeline menu) Click the paint bucket and/or the font color icons to specify the colors of a specific event in the timeline. The font color obviously will change the color of the text identifying a task. For tasks with a ...


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You can also use a multiple lines of text column. It allows you to create links (e.g. to a file in a document library).


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Click on the List tab in the ribbon and click on List Settings. On the resulting page, scroll down a bit until you see the Views section. Click on the name of the view and you can delete it. If that doesn't work, you can try opening the site in SharePoint Designer and deleting it from there.


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The term for the shape itself is brace/bracket. In context of a callout, you would probably call it a selector. Personally though, I would just refer to the whole thing as a Callout and identify the bracket as "the range."


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I dont think there is any difference because at the end both are lists.Only difference I am seeing is. Task list comes with pre-defined content type and columns, There are many Lists MSFT already design for end users needs. other examples are announcement list,Links list, contact lists etc. Where as custom list come with some basic columns once you create ...


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The default columns at Tasks content type do not have a comments column, meanwhile, it has a Description column that can be used as comments column to add more details about your task , and to show it you should click on show more as shown below : Also,if you don't want to use Description column ,you can add comments column to your task list content type ...


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You can try following steps : step 1: GoTo modify this view step 2: Totals. Here you can Select one or more totals to display. (Refer below image. Here I have selected 'Title' field and in dropdown select 'Count'. You can use this for 'ID' field as well) Step 3 : Done (You can inset this list view directly on your page through insert web part) Below is ...


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