Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a "last modified by me" view, part of SharePoint Online: Managing Documents.
- [Instructor] In this video, I'll be going through…the steps required to create a very popular view…that we'll call the Last Modified by Me view.…In this view, we'll be displaying only the last…10 documents that I, or you, have modified.…This is all based on the user that's logged in…at that given time.…Now keep in mind that by the last modify,…we're not looking at displaying the creator…of the document, but rather the person…who last worked on the file.…
So this view's very similar to when you're…using Microsoft Office applications like Word,…Excel or Powerpoint.…Typically you'll see something called an MRU list,…which stands for Most Recently Used.…Those represent the last files you worked on,…making retrieval a lot easier and faster…within those Office applications.…So here in the Marketing Materials document library,…we want to go about configuring this new view.…First, on the fly here within the library,…I'd like the latest documents.…
So the newest documents to be at the top.…So I'll go here to the Modified header,…
- Accessing SharePoint Online
- Creating and working with documents
- Editing documents
- Sharing files
- Creating document views and document pins
- Searching and filtering
- Exporting to Excel
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1. SharePoint Online
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4. Work with Document Views
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