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You don't need to add "?Filter=1" to the links to the lists which turns on the filters at the top. You can just use column header filter. Reference: https://sharepointmaven.com/3-ways-filter-sharepoint-lists-libraries/


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You can use the "Search Results" web part with the Query text contentclass:STS_Web Path:{SiteCollection.URL} That works for me. I hope it works for you.


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I've never done this. but.. You could try to modify the XSLT of the WebPart. In the default XSLT the filters are rendered when $dvt_adhocmode equals filter. I'm not sure how one would get hold of the default XSLT to modify, since you're using "online"... Beware that this would only work in classic pages (i.e. on the "old" list view webpart). The better ...


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Modify the code as below. <script type="text/javascript"> (function (_window) { var maxTimeForReplaceUploadProgressFunc = 10000; function replaceUploadProgressFunc() { if (typeof _window.UploadProgressFunc != 'undefined') { _window.Base_UploadProgressFunc = _window.UploadProgressFunc; _window.UploadProgressFunc =...


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If you want to open edit form page after Drag&Drop in document library list view, we can add the code below to script editor web part in the list view page. <script type="text/javascript"> (function (_window) { var maxTimeForReplaceUploadProgressFunc = 10000; function replaceUploadProgressFunc() { if (typeof _window....


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The script editor is available out of the box in the classic experience. Maybe you are on SharePoint online and the scripting is disabled for the tenant then you will not see those web parts available. If you are using modern experience that is not available out of the box but there are few open source web part you could use to substitute. Have a look at: ...


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Can you please check with HardCodeed URL in using (SPSite siteCol = new SPSite(**SPContext.Current.Web.Url**)) Thanks, Ani


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Did you try this alternate way to delete webpart on any page. Append ?contents=1 to end of url of page. https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/mysc/SitePages/Home.aspx?contents=1 It will open below web part page maintenance. Select webpart you wanted to delete(make sure page is checked out first) and click on delete. P.S - If you are getting any specific ...


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Below might help...Example is for Task list, but will work with any list type. Suppose column name is ManagedMetadataColumn in you Task list and value you wanted to query by is 'My Value' using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://localhost")) { using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb()) { // Build a query. ...


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What errors are you getting? Being connected to a group or not should not have an impact on this functionality.


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You can install Modern Script Editor Web Part on your SharePoint 2019 farm, then use iframe-based embed code to embed the web app.


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There is nothing that need to do to get the upcoming event except selecting “All upcoming events” under “Date range” field in Events Web Part in SharePoint Online modern page. If you can get the correct event when you select other options in “Date range” field? Try to delete the web part and insert a new one and check again. Or select other events list to ...


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you can format the audit reports in excel and can use Power BI to generate reports or you can create reports using excel itself, upload excel in SharePoint library and use Excel Web Access WebPart to display the report.


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ViewsLastMonths1, ViewsLastMonths2 and ViewsLastMonths3 depend upon what is the LastAnalyticsUpdateTime. So if LastAnalyticsUpdateTime is 9 May 2019 then ViewslastMonths1 will have views for the month of May 2019, ViewsLastMonths2 will have views for month of April 2019 and ViewsLastMonths3 will have views for the Month of March 2019.


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The usage of "$.Deferred()" has worked well for me when using Content Editor Web part or Script Editor web part _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("Init"); function Init() { Func().done(function() { }); } function Func() { var dfd = $.Deferred(); $.ajax({ url:refurl, method: "GET", headers: ...


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Since it is a search web part a search crawl has to run before they will show up in the web part. The list view web part is not dependent on search, this is why they show up in the list view web part but not the content search web part.


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If your word docs are setup correctly, you should see all fields you need populated in the Quick Parts > Document Property section of your word document. I'm pretty new to sharepoint as well but successfully used the following guide to get all my templates setup. https://www.netwoven.com/2015/04/24/how-to-dynamically-create-and-populate-word-document-in-a-...


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You can try to use Uninstall-SPAppInstance to uninstall the app.


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