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You may have noticed that even under the almighty System Administrator Security Role, you can’t view (nor edit, share, assign or delete) other users Personal Views. Well, that’s what personal means. Via the application UI, only the view owner can manage it.

This restriction can be troubling in some scenarios:

In this post, I’ll demonstrate a utility which allows you manage other users Personal Views, as long as you have the right privilege.

WIIFM? 

As you can see below, after selecting a user, you can view and manage the user owned Personal Views by deleting or assigning to yourself:

Personal Views Manager demo

If you are not into JavaScript coding and just want to use this utility, you can download the unmanaged solution. After importing this solution, open it, navigate to the Configuration element and manage away. It is recommended that you have the System Administrator Security Role. 

Note
that this utility was developed and exported from Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Organization (v2016) but it should work perfectly in an on-premise v2016 deployment.
If you are using an earlier version (2015 and below), this solution is not for you, as it uses v2016 new API. There are similar solutions available for earlier versions.

Curious about the implementation details? read on. 

Bits & Bytes

Major implementation notes:

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