Hiding Recurrence, workspace and all day event columns in a SharePoint Calendar List using SharePoint Designer– Part2

Last time I said in my previous post how to hide specific columns (recurrence, workspace and all day event) in a calendar list – Hiding Recurrence, workspace and all day event columns in a SharePoint Calendar List – Part1 using JavaScript.

But as it goes, there can be multiple ways to do a task. So, here i am with another method to do the same without using any code.

It is basically the SharePoint Designer that proved so helpful. So, the steps are:

  1. Open the site in SharePoint Designer.
  2. Select content types in the navigation.
  3. Select the Event content type and open it.
  4. Click on ‘Edit Columns’ in the ribbon.RecurNew1
  5. Select the column (Recurrence for instance) and click just one .RecurNew2
  6. Click on the selected column’s property once ((Note: the catch here is to click once (or odd number of times – 1, 3, 5) for property. Even number or double clicks won’t return result)RecurNew3
  7. So now the property is visible where you can change it to hidden.

Yippiee… No code and still it is possible!!

 

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