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But it's not unusual to want the same title showing for different web parts. In that scenario, a simple fix is to add a space after the title in the Appearance section of the duplicate web part's properties. If there are multiple web parts with the same title, just add more spaces. SP will treat the titles as unique. Learn more. First 10 Free. Sharepoint - Remove [2] from webpart Title Ask Question. Asked 3 years, 11 months ago.


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Active 1 year, 9 months ago. Viewed 25k times. My Home page with all the webparts has a number in brackets after the webpart title. How can I remove this? Lucas Rodrigues Lucas Rodrigues 1, 2 2 gold badges 9 9 silver badges 22 22 bronze badges. When I click on Site Contents to see all the apps I have for the page There is only one app on the Site Contents. If I change the title on the home page to something else then the titles don't match when you look at site contents or the actual annoucements page.

If I keep the titles the same as the title in Site Contents then I get [3] after the title. The solution from Oskarsforest is actually a better option as the actual problem is you have duplicate webparts. NickEagle He must've changed his name to "Oskar Z.

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Ok, I found a solution. Stay at the page that you can see " XXX [Number] " Click the " Page " button at the top-left corner Click the " Edit Properties " button Click the text possibly blue " Open Web Part Page in maintenance view " Check the duplicate web parts you want to remove and click the " delete " button above. Oskar Z Oskar Z 1 1 silver badge 7 7 bronze badges.

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Thanks, this was driving me nuts, and didn't want to go out with a List View Web Part showing "[2]" beside the title after I had I thought deleted the first version I had created using the wrong view. Next stop was going to be custom jQuery to hide it and wasn't looking forward to having to do something that SP should've been able to let you change by default. Should always summarize steps from links rather than simply linking.

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Links can become broken if they ever remove the content. Add a space after the title, this way you can use the same title for multiple webparts.


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My Home page with all the webparts has a number in brackets after the webpart title. How can I remove this? Lucas Rodrigues Lucas Rodrigues 1, 2 2 gold badges 9 9 silver badges 22 22 bronze badges. When I click on Site Contents to see all the apps I have for the page There is only one app on the Site Contents.

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If I change the title on the home page to something else then the titles don't match when you look at site contents or the actual annoucements page. If I keep the titles the same as the title in Site Contents then I get [3] after the title. The solution from Oskarsforest is actually a better option as the actual problem is you have duplicate webparts. NickEagle He must've changed his name to "Oskar Z. Ok, I found a solution. Stay at the page that you can see " XXX [Number] " Click the " Page " button at the top-left corner Click the " Edit Properties " button Click the text possibly blue " Open Web Part Page in maintenance view " Check the duplicate web parts you want to remove and click the " delete " button above.

Oskar Z Oskar Z 1 1 silver badge 7 7 bronze badges. This is the answer! Thanks, this was driving me nuts, and didn't want to go out with a List View Web Part showing "[2]" beside the title after I had I thought deleted the first version I had created using the wrong view. Next stop was going to be custom jQuery to hide it and wasn't looking forward to having to do something that SP should've been able to let you change by default. Should always summarize steps from links rather than simply linking.

Links can become broken if they ever remove the content. Add a space after the title, this way you can use the same title for multiple webparts. Alex Alex 21 1 1 bronze badge. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. The Overflow for October 4, Einstein Analytics and Go.