Here I was working in Share Point 2010, but the DVWP will work the same, whether you are in Share Point 2007, 2010, or 2013.
This DVWP will display the Document Library name in a header row and then the three most recently modified documents, whether or not they are in folders.
Rather than continuing to fight the battle of forcing folks to immediately move their entire intranet into Office 365, Microsoft has settled for a best-of-both-worlds compromise.
The On-premises version of Share Point 2013 with Service Pack 1 applied allows you to configure a couple of new Office 365 options.
(Lofty goal, but there you go.) If there's something that you'd like to see me implement, add a Discussion item. I also welcome code submissions and any interest to help.
I have Share Point 2013 configured in a test environment that does not have a mail server installed.
Whenever I can use them to get the server to do the heavy lifting before the page is rendered, I do.j Query and all of the fancy template libraries out there are grand, but in most cases it introduces a lag for the user between the time the page shows up in the browser and the time they can see all of the content.In this case, I wanted to show the most recently modified documents in each of the Document Libraries in one site on that site’s home page.By default it could take up to some time to reflect the new updated information througout all web applications bound to the user profile service application.A timer job is taking care of this and you could kick this one of to run manually once by going to "Check Job Status" screen in Central Admin (