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  Asked By: Ricardo    Date: Feb 09    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 858

Is there a way to bring up a webpart on a separate page rather than
displaying the home page with all the webparts?

For instance if i want to bring up a page showing all announcements only i
can goto "http://server/workspace/portal content/announcements" and it will
show them in a document library view.

I am using a web link part and i want to be able to redirect from another
location to view this webpart only so that the page is less cluttered and
requires no searching to find the information.

Any suggestions?

While i am writing, does anyone know where i can get a list of the extra
paramaters that you can use after the links on sharepoint. Like the
Webpartcmd and WebpartID commands in



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Serena Schwartz     Answered On: Feb 09

Make a personal dashboard with just one web  part on it.

Answer #2    Answered By: Tiara Gross     Answered On: Feb 09

But i am trying to make it a page  that anyone can
get to, maybe anonymous. Personal Dashboard doesn't look like it will work
this way.

The other thing i was thinking of but haven't tested yet, create a
subdashboard and put the webpart  there. Is there a way to hide this tab from
all the other pages so that it is only accessible via a http  link?

Answer #3    Answered By: Frankie Figueroa     Answered On: Feb 09

What about creating a new workspace, killing the stuff you don't need, and then
adding your part  to a dashboard created for this purpose?

Answer #4    Answered By: Wesley Myers     Answered On: Feb 09

I've just created a subdashboard with only that webpart  on it.

That at least shows the information  that needs to be published out without
showing all the other parts that aren't required for others to see, i've
hidden the tabs on that dashboard so that people won't go wandering around
the rest of the site, if it becomes important enough i can lock them out of
the rest of the pages with the security incase they manually change the URL.

Answer #5    Answered By: Shailendra Shinde     Answered On: Feb 09

A personal dashbaord would work fine for this. Set permissions for all and put a
link on the home  page.

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