Tag Archives: Web Part Connections

Connect Modern SharePoint Web Parts

It’s called “Dynamic List Filtering”, but it’s the concept of adding multiple web parts to a page in SharePoint, and setting them up to send data across web parts, so that one web part changes dynamically according to something that was clicked on the other web part. Here are some of the things that you may want to display with

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Dynamic Excel Web Part

In all versions of SharePoint and Office 365, the Excel Web Access web part has been around for years.  It is part of the enterprise version of these products.  Web part connections can be created on pages in SharePoint, to send information between web parts. The requirement in this scenario is that a department has a bunch of spreadsheets in

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List Form Fields–Show/Hide For Certain People: Part 1

STOP USING INFOPATH Three years ago, I wrote a blog post called Displaying SharePoint Fields by Permission Level.  This one has the highest amount of hits, but it is an imperfect solution.  One of the most common questions that was asked was to see if there’s a way to show or hide fields in an ASPX form based on who

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Workflow–How to Set Task Fields

When assigning tasks in SharePoint workflows, you may have noticed that each task that gets assigned has one field that associates it with the original list or library item where the workflow task came from.  You may have noticed the “Related Content” column in a task list.  It is just a hyperlink field that links you back to that original

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InfoPath 2010 and Repeating Tables

Another name for this post could be “The most web part connections you’ve ever seen”, or “how to go insane in 41 easy steps”. Just kidding. I thought I’d whip this up ‘real quick’ the other day, and then it turned out to be 9 pages. This post applies to the enterprise version of SharePoint 2010 and Office 365 only.

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