An important element for any SharePoint project management portal application. The Tree View Web Part provides users with the familiar Windows Desktop Explorer navigation, allowing them to maneuver through any SharePoint list, document or picture library. Using folders in document libraries and grouping within the list views, users can organize any SharePoint list, library, discussion, wiki or site collection to display the hierarchy within. Users can group and display similar items into folders, such as high priority tasks, making it easier to navigate through large data sets.
And now, in version 1.4 or higher, you can access a wide variety of data sources from Tree
Folder items are displayed in the left pane while their contents are displayed in the right pane. The user clicks to expand a folder item in the left pane to view sub folders. Users select a folder to view its contents in the right pane. When displaying a SharePoint List, the tree hierarchy is based on the Group By configuration of the selected list view. In other words, if you selected to display your Tree View items in the All Tasks view and you configured the All Tasks view to be grouped by status and then by priority, then each grouping is displayed in the left pane as a folder and displays the items related to that grouping in the left pane. Users can also choose to view items in different views by selecting another view from the Current View drop-down box.
Widely used for team collaboration, one of SharePoint's main attractions is the ability to quickly build a shared information database through the use of lists. A great feature of the SharePoint list is the ability to create a view where data in the list can be filtered, sorted, and grouped based on your desired parameters. SharePoint comes with default list, spreadsheet or calendar views, but does not provide a tree view. Our Tree View Web Part provides another option for organizing and viewing data in a way that makes sense to you and your team. This view can also help users who are used to navigating their system files and folders with Windows Desktop Explorer make any easier transition to and acceptance of SharePoint.
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