Tag: Sharepoint lists

SharePoint List Formatting Walkthrough

SharePoint List Formatting Walkthrough - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, we’ll discuss how to add rules for your SharePoint list view. We’ll also learn how to make choice pills via SharePoint list formatting which will make your list more efficient and appealing for its aesthetics. It might sound complex since we are going to use conditionals, but SharePoint made list formatting easier

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The SharePoint List Calendar View

The SharePoint List Calendar View - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, you’ll learn how to create a SharePoint list calendar view. This may sound technical but it’s quite easy and the best thing about it is that it’s totally useful and can make your SharePoint list more dynamic. Before you could create a Calendar View for your SharePoint list, you need to make

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SharePoint Column Validation In Two Ways

In this blog, you’ll learn how to do SharePoint column validation via conditional logic and description. Let’s say, for example, you want to limit a user from accessing a certain field unless they input the right value. By using formulas and proper descriptions for SharePoint column validation, you can easily limit and validate inputs from

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Adding SharePoint Choice Field In A List

Adding SharePoint Choice Field In A List

In this blog, we’ll learn how to add a choice field or column to our SharePoint List. This will let us have the ability to choose between different tags from a list. For example, if you want to add certain information about your customer, you can easily choose the proper tag for them by being

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SharePoint List Item: Editing Single And Multiple Items

SharePoint List Item Editing Single And Multiple Items

In this blog, we’ll learn how to edit SharePoint list items. We’ll discuss how we’ll be able to change some information without uploading a new list. One of the major advantages of learning how to edit a SharePoint List item is that you’d be able to change the information you got from the data input

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