By default, the option to hide a calculated column for a content type is grayed out. Some people are able to use SharePoint Designer to hide these columns, but we kept running into an error when saving our changes. "This column already exists in the list. Choose a different column." The workaround, as always, was … Continue reading Hiding Calculated Columns from Display Form
Problem: I wanted to use Quick Edit to update the URL column for a bunch of items in a list. The problem is that when you edit a hyperlink column, you have to click the little hyperlink editor icon next to the cell to also edit the display text. Otherwise, it just shows up as … Continue reading Workflow to Update Hyperlink Display Text
Give users the ability to add items to a list without showing the entire list web part. In my example, I've added a "Submit Request" button to a Document Set Welcome Page. Clicking this will open the New Item form for my Tickets list. Steps: 1. Add a Script Editor web part to your page. 2. … Continue reading Link To New Item Form
If you don't feel like manually deleting empty folders, use this PowerShell script to query and delete all empty folders and subfolders. Make sure you change the $WebURL to your SharePoint site or subsite, and the $listName to your library.
Adding a "First Page" button is a simple work around for getting back to the first page when paging through documents. This is especially handy if you use document sets. Edit the page and add a Script Editor web part. Click EDIT SNIPPET. Embed the following code: I moved the Script Editor web part down below the … Continue reading Library Paging – First Page Button
To add a custom Quick Edit button to a page or view, add a Script Editor Web Part and embed the following code. Make sure you change the number in [WPQ2SchemaData] to the ID of the Web Part you want to Quick Edit. You can find that by inspecting the list or library Web Part using … Continue reading Custom Quick Edit Button