SharePoint 2013 OOTB display options for DateTime refiners are very limited. By default there are four display options available for DateTime refiners:
If you created your own display templates, you most probably have used the AddPostRenderCallback function. The AddPostRenderCallback function allows you to execute code once the display template completed rendering and this function can be used in every template (control, item, …).Read More »
Exposing Term store created in one site collection to another site collection.
Generally this use case doesn’t come that often since creating term store at the CA level inside the CT Hub will expose them to all web applications. Read More »
Updating UPS property of current logged in user using JSOM.
Also a Tenent can update other user;s property.
For now the below is only for O365 as for On-Prem updating is not available as per the blogRead More »
Showing counts for each refiner
By default, search refiners in SharePoint 2013 don’t show a result count. But in O365 they show up.
Note: o365Read More »
Requirement: I had to fulfill a requirement wherein my client wanted Multi select refinement items in the search results page. By default SharePoint has single selection enabled like below:
We use Display templates to customize search results. By default there will be many properties fetched for each search item & only a few will be displayed (rendered) like Title, Summary, Path…
For getting remaining properties, you can always do below:Read More »