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Can I edit the Site Users Web Part?

Posted on 2010-11-23
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I'm thinking that this has to be easier than I'm making it so hopefully it's a quick solution.  I have begun dabbling with SharePoint Services 3.0 on my Windows 2003 Server and I have set up a site for one of our project teams.  I added the "Site Users" web part to the page and have it showing the 8 members of the team. Since we use Communications Server, it also handily displays their online presence information.  What I would like to do is add the "Job Title" column to this web part so that it is displayed too.  It currently only shows the users first and last name.

Is this possible?  If not, is there some other way to get this information displayed on the page?  

Thanks in advance.
-Chris
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you cannot modify the columns in the SiteUsers webpart. however, you can use ASP.NET to create a webpart which would display all the custom information about the users in the site in a neat representible format.

you can check this blog for the code snippet needed to create such a web part.
http://blogs.syrinx.com/blogs/sharepoint/archive/2007/10/05/sharepoint-2007-face-book-web-part.aspx
 
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OK, thanks very much.
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