SharePoint views: Every SharePoint document library and list has one or more views to control how items are displayed in the Web browser. harmon.ie supports views of type Standard View. These aspects of the SharePoint views are taken:
Columns. The view can define a set of visible columns for a document library/list.
Sort. Items can be sorted by one or two columns.
Filter. Documents, folders and lists can be filtered by criteria. For example, the view can define only items of a specific content type to be shown.
Group By. Items can be grouped by a category, up to two levels. See Working with groups for more information.
Folders (applies to document libraries of SharePoint 2010 or later). Specify whether to navigate through folders to view items, or to view all items at once.
harmon.ie view: In addition to the SharePoint views, harmon.ie adds a new view - My Checked Out Documents. Select this view to see only documents checked out by you, in a tree view. This view can be configured to show all checked out documents as a flat list.
Personal views: After sorting and filtering the document list, you can save the current view as a personal SharePoint view using harmon.ie.
Note:Datasheet, Gantt and Calendar views are currently not supported by harmon.ie.
To select a view:
To select another view for the current library, click the Select View icon () in the toolbar and select a view from the list.
What changes when a view is selected?
If no view is selected, the Select View icon is not colored ().
When a view is selected:
The Select View icon is colored ().
The status pane shows the selected view.
In the View menu, the current view is indicated with a blue dot.
What view is selected by default?
By default, the default SharePoint view is selected when you first visit a library/list.
When Group By is defined for a view, the harmon.ie tree view groups the SharePoint items by category. Two levels of grouping are supported. The Collapsed / Expanded initial state is taken from the SharePoint settings. Paging is not supported.
Right-click a group header and select Expand All / Collapse All to expand or collapse all groups at once.
Use the arrow icons to expand () or collapse () a group.
The order of the groups is retrieved from SharePoint. You can only sort the items within a group.
It is recommended to use a Group-By view when working with large libraries, as data is retrieved from SharePoint only when a group is expanded.