Month: October 2014

how to remove your Auto Signature when you reply to a post in Yammer using email


Hello 🙂

I found this great tip on the internet, and i am sharing it with you today.

When you reply to a post in Yammer using email, you can remove your email signature from the post. This is particularly important when your email signature includes attached graphics and logos. Each graphic will be attached to the Yammer post – not pretty.

A common #YammerTip is to place two hyphens on a new line.

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This will prevent Yammer from posting any text below the two hyphens. It’s a good idea to include the hyphens in your email auto signature.

But what if you want your signature to look good, without displaying two — hyphens?

Easily solved! When you create your auto signature, make the hyphens the same colour as your email background – in most cases, white.

Email-Sign-Yammer-Post-01

Result

The auto signature with “invisible hyphens” will prevent your signature from being added to the Yammer post.

Email-Sign-Yammer-Post-02

Idea

With the increase of organizations using Yammer, it would be a good move for email signature management systems to add a simple check box option – “Using Yammer?” This option could add the “invisible hyphens” for you.

you will find the original post here : http://webster.net.nz/2014/09/email-auto-signature-emailed-posts-and-replies-to-yammer/

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Dynamically Filtering SharePoint List Views using Javascript

Dynamically Filtering SharePoint List Views using Javascript


interesting component for filtering

The List View Web Part has great capability for filtering displayed data using the web parts header controls..

List View Web Part Filtering

If you’re building out a UI which incorporates a list view web part, you can also perform the filtering using Javascript in response to your UI events, hooking into the LVWP filtering code.

As an example, what I want to build is a UI which allows me to filter a LVWP using Year and Month controls shown below..

flvwp-01

So when I click on a Year, the LVWP is filtered by that year..

flvwp-02

And likewise for the Month..you get the picture

flvwp-03

In the screenshots above, the columns I’m filtering by are present in the view, but they don’t have to be I’ve only shown them there for demonstration purposes.

This can be done in both 2010 and 2013, though the code is different; in 2013 we call the RefreshPaging function and in 2010 we call the page postback function __doPostBack using…

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