If you ever need to check multiple SharePoint sites you know how fast you can get lost especially if there are many sites and with SharePoint there is no way of making this task any easier. Enter SharePoint Boost‘s List Collection Version 3.0; with this add-on you can quickly and easily congregate lists from different SharePoint sites into one single view and all the information can be easily exported to a spreadsheet. If you were feeling a lag in Version 2.0 then you are in for a real treat. Version 3.0 now is newly-upgraded with improved and faster performance which will save you a considerable amount of time when uploading and downloading. With a 30 day trial period you can see for yourself how fast you will be able to view all your sites without all the clutter.
List Collection is a Web part which can collect lists from different sites and display it in a single grid view. Here is a quick overview of the key features that you can find in this add-on. There is a choice of different views available, Standard, Calendar or Gantt, to help you to filter, sort or group your data. You can filter items by SharePoint Web Part with two supported filter web part types: Choice and Text. The added convenience with the ability to export to EXCEL; it also works with Calendar or Gantt View. Check out the performance here: http://www.BoostSolutions.com/pdf/ListCollectionPerformance.pdf.
With this version of List Collection you can now work in a choice of languages: English, Japanese, German or Simplified Chinese. Here is a more detailed look at some of the features that are in store for you: Collect SharePoint lists/items from different sites ?to display in a single data view; Create Standard View, Calendar View, and Gantt View; Create and manipulate items as functional in? (out-of-the-box) SharePoint List View; Filter and sort items according to header of columns; Support filtering by other filter-provided web part; Export data to MS Excel file; Display or hide SharePoint items in Calendar View and Gantt View by filtering; Features folder-selection checkboxes when collecting items; and faster performance.
With the increased performance and some great time tested features you can quickly organize your workspace and minimize all your site information to one area. With the online demo and tutorial you can quickly set-up List Collection and be up and running in no time at all. So what are you waiting for?
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