Problem: I added a Calendar View (week) for a list on a Site Page. When I click an event, it takes me to another page instead of opening a dialog box. Solution: Paste that into a Script Editor web part or save it as calendar.js and then call it from a Content Editor web part.
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
Scenario: You have a column on a custom list or library that needs to be back-filled with data from an External Content Type (ECT). Solution: Create a list from the ECT and use PowerShell to update your custom list's column with the ECT's list column. Creating a list (assuming you already connected an ECT): Open SharePoint Designer 2013 … Continue reading Update List/Library Columns With External Content Type Columns
Scenario: You added a new column and need to update that column for every item in a list or library. Solution: Here is an example PowerShell script that can be used to update one or more columns for every single item in a list. Remember: change $WebURL to the URL of the site or subsite … Continue reading Update All List Items Using PowerShell
There's a hidden User List that shows all users brought over by the User Profile Sync service. You can even edit the view to include different columns such as User name, Title, Department, etc. Just add this path to end of your top level site's URL. /_catalogs/users/simple.aspx