Library/List web part Dynamic filtering supports only one filter. This is by default and we have no way to apply multiple filters currently. Someone has raised a User Voice on this topic here: Enable Dynamic filtering with Connected Lists to use more than one filter. I would suggest you vote for this user voice. It is a place for customers provide feedback about Microsoft SharePoint products. What's more, if a feedback is high voted there by other customers, it will be promising that Microsoft Product Team will take it into consideration when designing the next version in the future.
As an alternative I could think out, apply one Dynamic filtering like you have done in the picture, filter by the Phases Title in the Phases list web part firstly and filter by the Roles Title then in the library web part manually. A sample for your reference.
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I am totally new to Sharepoint, I am trying to create a filter control that can filter multiple values on the target list. I have 2 lists one is RoadMap and the other one is RoadMap-Filter RoadMap contains all the information for certain products and RoadMap-filter contain the only two of the category values that I would like to use to be able to filter the RoadMap.
the two categories of values are "Status" & "Product" those values are present in the main list in the respective columns
So when I select from the filter "Product 1" > "In Development" I would like to see all the "Product 1" that are also "In Development" and so on
To be more clear I would like to achieve a similar result to this one https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=
explanatory gif https://i.gyazo.com/0e5b44f008e4c20d8c2b00f06d8475d9.gif
from the gif you can see that the product got filtered but I would like also an extra filter based on the status of the product.
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In this age of building bots and eliminating needless clicks and such to get employees the info they need faster and more directly, we need all the best practices we can find when creating solutions for users. This post will share a better practice when it comes to getting reliable, fast results from SharePoint lists and libraries that don’t rely on search index configuration or endless view sprawl.
If you’re just here for the quick answer, here it is. For string values, you can simply add this to the end of the list’s URL to filter it as specified.?FilterField1=[IntFieldName]&FilterValue1=[FilterValue]
- Spaces in field names and values: If your value includes spaces, replace them with %20.
- [IntFieldName]: Internal field names (like Client in the example below is actually the original Title column) can be found in List Settings > Column Settings > Select Column > Check URL of column settings page (it contains the internal field name following &Field=).
If you want to learn about how this came up in my work and why I chose it as a solution, read on.
Recently, I was involved in troubleshooting a bot that would search a SharePoint list using its built-in search box. However, the bot would be searching for items that were created minutes prior and the search index hadn’t updated yet so no results would be found and the bot would fail to complete.
So I suggested we filter instead of search.
Filtering lists works independently of the search index. Meaning I can create a new item in a SharePoint Server 2019 (or any SharePoint version) list right now and then filter the list and find that new item immediately. But if I search immediately, it won’t be found yet.
Want to argue about continuous crawls as workaround? Send your thoughts to [email protected]
Changes to the process
For this particular bot, we’d be replacing this process:
- Navigate to SharePoint list URL
- Activate list’s search box
- Enter/type search term (unique item identifier guaranteed to return one result)
- Hit enter/search
with this one:
- Create a variable for the search term
- Navigate to SharePoint list URL with added URL parameter including variable from step 1 (taking us directly to the single result we needed)
It not only simplifies the steps involved, but reduces the likelihood that changes to UI elements will break our bot along the way.
Potential use cases
- Sending workflow emails with direct links to lists and libraries already filtered
- Reducing the number of views on a list by having users bookmark URLs including the filter parameters the view would have
- Improving bot reliability by eliminating some UI-dependent steps
- Eliminating search indexing delays for users or bots searching for new items
- Setting a hyperlink column on a list automatically to filter the list/library by that item’s vendor/client/topic/etc. for easy comparison/drilldown (see how to set a hyperlink column using Power Automate)
How to do it
First you need to identify the internal field name of your column on which you’ll be filtering. Then we simply add a bit of text to the end of the list’s URL.
- Go to Settings > List settings (or List/Library > List/Library Settings in classic views).
- Select the column to filter from under Columns.
- Check the URL for the text following &Field= for the internal field name. Note this somewhere as we’ll need it soon.
- Go back to your default list view ending in .aspx and add the following to the end of the URL, replacing [IntFieldName] with the field name you got in the previous step:
- Now add the following to the end as well, replacing [FieldValue] with what you’d like to use to filter the column referenced in steps 3-4.
- Your final URL may resemble the following:
Filtering yes/no or true/false values
If your filter isn’t working for yes/no columns, replace “no” with 0 and “yes” with 1 in your URL.
Multiple field filters
You can filter the list on multiple columns by adding &FilterField2=… in the same format as the first. See below for an example:?FilterField1=[Field1]&FilterValue1=[Value1]&FilterField2=[Field2]&FilterValue2=[Value2]
How to filter SharePoint lists dynamically
By João FerreiraFeb 2, 2021Office 365, SharePoint0 Comments
SharePoint List web part available in modern SharePoint pages is provided with a filtering option that allows you to dynamically filter the data from one list using data stored in another list.
In this article I will show you how you can take advantage of this feature with, explaining all the steps using a predefined scenario to filter the company offices based on their location.
Environment: Before we jump into the lists web part configuration you must know the lists schemas so you can recreate them in your environment.
- Title – Single line of text
- City – Single line of text
- Address – Multiple lines of text
- Title – Single line of text
- Photo – Image
- Start by adding two List web parts to a SharePoint page
- In one of the web parts select the Office lists and in the other one select the Locations list
- Edit the web part showing the Office list and turn on the Dynamic filtering option
- Select City in the Column in Offices to filter
- Select Locations in the List or library containing the filter value
- Select Title in the Column containing the filter value
In the following image you will notice that my title column has been renamed to City, this was made to make the relation between both lists easy to understand. If you don’t know how to rename the default title column have a look here.
- Click Apply and save your page
In the following animation you can see how the Location list filters the data in the Offices list dynamically on click.
Note: The locations column is using the gallery view that was defined as the default view for the lists. To learn how to define the gallery view as default view in your lists have a look here.
Now that you understood how the dynamic filtering works, adjust the scenario to your requirements and start filtering the data in your lists.
Filter sharepoint dynamic list
Friends. How many will there be. - Three. - And what am I supposed to do.Dynamic SharePoint List Filtering a.k.a. Connected Web Parts!
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