Why can't I see all the list items in this library?
If you are using a library organised by list items and find that not all the list items are displayed, there are two possible causes to look into.
You are viewing favourite list items only
Items in a list can be marked as favourites by clicking the corresponding star. Libraries organised by a list can be filtered to display only the items you have marked as favourites.
Check the filter box in the Explorer pane. If the star is solid blue, the list has been filtered. Click it to display all list items.
You do not have permission to view all list items
Access control can be set for individual list items, folders or libraries. If you can't see an item that you know the list contains, contact the Administrator for your fileplan instance to check your access permissions.
Favourite List Items
Make it simple to access the list items you use frequently by marking them as Favourites. To do this, browse to the desired Library. Select the required List Item and click on the star at the start of the row to mark it as a Favourite Item. A ...
Creating a new Library
Libraries with and Without List Items fileplan administrators can create libraries to allow users to save their documents into logical groups based on functions within the organisation. Libraries can be created using Lists, for example a library of ...
Adding and Deleting a List item
Adding a List Item Any user that has been given permission can add new List Items to a List. There are two ways to do this. Select the List on the Lists page and then click the button Add List Item. Type the values for the code and the description ...
What is a List?
Lists Explained Every business uses lists: customers, jobs, staff, assets, matters, policies, properties for example. fileplan allows Administrators to create Lists. Each item in a List must have a code and a description. The code can be anything ...
Fields Explained Whenever a document is saved into a Library, information about that document is also saved, such as the title of the document, the date it was saved and the file extension. Some of this information is automatically recorded, for ...