How can you hide specfic words from a field, without hiding the whole field

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How would I hide specific words only, in a view or field, but show the rest of the words. For example, always hide "[SEC:UNCLASSIFIED]" in a subject field. So the value would be "Funny Picture [SEC:UNCLASSIFIED]" but it would appear as just "Funny Pictures"

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You could use a computed-for-display field. Hide the subject field. Make the formula for the cfd field something like @ReplaceSubstring( subject; “[SEC:UNCLASSIFIED”; “” )

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  • DavidW2
    Hi Stiletto This works perfectly and its very simple, thanks
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  • Brooklynegg
    I did not recommend this solution because you said "in a view ". The computed for display field will not be available in a view. In a view, you would use the same formula used in the comupted for display field to strip out unwanted characters.
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