Hide “Recent’ Heading in SharePoint 2013

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5 Responses

  1. determs says:

    This is a dumb question but what tag am I searching for in my Master?

  2. Yes April, what tag am I looking for within my master page?

  3. April says:

    You are looking for the tag in the master page. You want to place this directly after that tag

  4. Me says:

    There's a much simpler way, and no code required. Go to "Site Settings", "Navigation", then select the "Recent" folder and edit the audience targeting setting and add a SharePoint Group that you want to be able to see the Recent folder (create a Group first if you don't have one). If there is no-one in the SharePoint group, then no-one will see it anymore.

  5. What's the process for Recent Folder in SP 2013? They got rid of Navigation area in Site Settings.

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