Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a dynamic time-filtered view, part of SharePoint 2016: Managing Large Lists.
- [Instructor] We're going to use our contributions list…to create a dynamic view of contributions that were made…in the last seven days.…We know how to create a new viewer,…getting pretty good at that right now,…I'm going to go to managed views as a quick…way to get there,…scroll down the list, create a new view,…I'm going to base this view on all items,…and I'm going to call this new contributions.…
It's a public view.…I'm using the same information that I've used previously…in the other views, I might wish to rearrange the view…to put the date further to the left,…if the ID isn't that important I can get rid of it,…we haven't tweaked these views much,…we've been simply using the view that already exists…and building from it but if I'm going to present…information by date I might want date to be first,…and then first name and last name,…if I'd like to then show the contribution I just need…to put it in order after these other items.…
After four would be five,…there we go.…And the sort order, let's sort by what we're…
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