This SharePoint 2013 tutorial explains, how to show total items count in SharePoint 2013 list view. Suppose you want to show item counts then you can do this by using the out of box feature.
You can follow the below steps to show total count of items in the SharePoint 2013 list.
Open the SharePoint list in the browser then click on Modify view from the Ribbon as shown in the fig below:
Then in the Modify view page navigate to the Totals section and then select the column name for which you want to count like below:
Then click on OK the count will come like below:
The multiline columns will not appear in the Totals column list in SharePoint and this will count which has value in the columns. So better is to choose the columns which are mandatory from the SharePoint list.
In this example, the title column is a mandatory column and in all the items they have filled the Title so the Count is coming as 3. But if you can see the Age column, in 2 rows the Age is blank, and only in one column, the value is there. So the Count is coming as 1. So it is always to show the Count in mandatory columns.
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Hope this SharePoint tutorial helps to dispaly the total count of items in SharePoint 2013/2016/Online list.
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