@Name([CN]; ??) QUestions

I have a field called PMMAsst.  It is a name / editable with Multiple Values Allowed.  They can use the address book to enter the names.  The problem is sometimes the name comes in Full Ex:

Bobby Socks/Something/Something

and Sometimes it comes it Ex:

Bobby Socks

So in my view, it does not see them as the same person.  What can I do to get the names to always show up

Bobby Socks in the view.
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
You can use @name function on list field...eg;

@Name([CN]; LISTFIELDNAME)

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p_parthaCommented:
so ideally in your case your column formula should be

@name([cn];PMMAsst)

partha
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
;-)
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p_parthaCommented:
No stealing all points to Hemanth :)

partha
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