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SharePoint® 2010 Administration: Instant Reference by Milan Gross, Randy Williams

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Configure Audiences

Perhaps contrary to the common opinion, the biggest challenge for managing content in SharePoint is not how to display more information to users, but how to display less. SharePoint 2010 is scalable to millions of documents, pages, or items per library or list and the average user is only interested in browsing a few of them at any given time. While there are extensive filtering and grouping capabilities available in lists and libraries, limited options exist for building views that dynamically change the display for each user.

Audiences in SharePoint 2010 are used to display specific sets of content to a group of users most likely to be interested in that content, and to hide content that they are not interested in. Here ...

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