The Enhanced SharePoint User Tasks Web Part by Layer2 rollup / collect user tasks from various lists of the site collection together, with very flexible display according to different criteria and clearly present - like in Outlook.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:57
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
SharePoint Business Data List Connector 7 Connects SharePoint lists to 100+ external data sources using SharePoint list settings codeless: 1. Select data provider 2. Enter connection string 3. Enter SQL query. That's it. All SharePoint list features supported: Search, workflows, write-back.
Description: If working with SharePoint collaboration portals, numerous task lists exists in the various areas of work, scattered on various websites and pages of a site collection. So you can quickly lose the overview with your tasks!
With the Enhanced SharePoint User Tasks Web Part by Layer2 you can rollup these tasks from various lists of the site collection together, with very flexible display according to different criteria and clearly present - like in Outlook:
#Fexible data source: Tasks can be aggregated from the whole site collection, from the current site or from all sites below the current site.
#Filtering: tasks can be filtered for not started, in progress, waiting for, delayed
#Sorting: Tasks can be sorted by priority, due date or title ascending or descending
#Fields: You can choose specific fields to display, e.g. Link to source list, document link etc.
#User: The user whos tasks should be shown can be selected. By default tasks of the current user are shown.
#Data amount: The amount of task items can be limited to a given value
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