Allow page authors to design page templates right in the Page Edit UI. Page edit would allow them to remove the Title Banner, Logo, left navigation, Edit link, New Link, Share Link, Search box and save the template for reuse.
Page Templates would support web parts and new developed custom JS controls for things like custom navigation controls.206 votes
We’ve shipped modern page templates, and it’s now at 100% WW.
You can see the announcement here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-SharePoint-Blog/SharePoint-News-Enhancements-March-2019/ba-p/366585
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Adding multiple filters defaults to OR. In other words adding multiple filters finds more items, rather than finding the intersection of the two filters. You need to be able to specify AND or OR between multiple filters in the web part.189 votes
Realized we never updated this after shipping the ability to add your own Custom query. You can see the help article here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-the-highlighted-content-web-part-e34199b0-ff1a-47fb-8f4d-dbcaed329efd#bkmk_customquery
At this time we don’t intend to add AND/OR clause capabilities into the drop down UX.
The current "organization browser" web part :
The html view is just a list = not worth the time
You need silverlight to get a visual presentation but:
-nobody uses silverlight
-silverlight isn't compatible with modern browsers (because no one uses it)
The silverlight rendition in IE is appallingly ugly and isn't responsive.
To have a functional attractive org chart seems like a no brainer for a service that claims to be "enterprise" ready. It's already built in Deleve so just make it available as a web part.1,093 votes
The new organization chart web part is currently rolling out to customers worldwide. See this roadmap item: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=67131
In modern webpages there is not so much control to create a custom look and feel for sharepointpages. For example you can't move webparts next to eachother, can't resize webparts, can't make the header less bulky... It would be great to have more control.4 votes
When in the "modern" pages, we see an entirely different set of navigation options in the top nav than when we are in "classic" SharePoint. These pages should all respect the same navigation settings.57 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
This work to support structured and managed navigation in classic sites on “modern” pages is complete and has been rolled out. The team is investigating how to extend/support these navigation models in new sites. Please add your support to those suggestions to help drive prioritization of that capability.
there is no way to add app part like the one we had earlier.
Way to navigate to classic mode is missing.4 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We actually just announced support for Add-ins (and app parts) working on modern pages and shown in the toolbox, out to tenant admins yesterday. It’s been in First Release for a month or so.
Modern pages allow the addition of news, links, activity, etc., but there is no option to display list view web parts. We use lists constantly and rely on list view web parts. Specifically, I would like to continue using the very cool "Promoted Links" list in new sites and use the standard web part for that list. The tiles have been very popular for key navigation elements for a site, and I don't want to lose that when moving to modern pages/sites.31 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We’ve just starting rolling this out to First Release customers now
See the TechCommunity thread here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SharePoint-Blog/Introducing-SharePoint-modern-list-library-web-parts/ba-p/64581
In SharePoint kun je een webpart documenten toevoegen aan de pagina. Zou deze ook in de nieuwe look&feel kunnen worden geplaatst. Net als je in de documentenbibliotheek zelf ervaart.1 vote
We’re currently rolling out the first version of lists and document libraries to First Release now.
I have a Modern Page, that has a Highlighted Content Section Type Videos. It has a filter to show only Videos from a certain Channel that has been created. If the layout is List it will redirect to the actual video player on the Video Channel and play from there, which is expect.
If the layout is Cards the Click event initiates a download of the video causing a massive download and a player needed instead of playing from the online video channel player.2 votes
This should be fixed.
When you add a document library in modern UI to a page as a Web Part, it seems to be showing the library web part in classic UI.
Is there any plan for the UI for library web parts to also become modern in the future?
We would like the library web part to also be shown in modern UI.3 votes
We’ve just started rolling out the new list and library web part to modern pages. See this post on TechCommunity. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SharePoint-Blog/Introducing-SharePoint-modern-list-library-web-parts/ba-p/64581 If you have specific feedback, we’d love to hear it.
It would be great that we can store the captured invoice into SharePoint List17 votes
Hi everyone, we added this capability earlier this spring! Hope it helps!
I'm trying to embed a public video from Facebook on to the new SitePage in a team site. The link to a Facebook video should be enough in my opinion. Event with the correct iFrame-code I cannot embed the video on the new SitePage embed code snippet.4 votes
Each SharePoint site has an access list (HTML Field Security), controlled by your tenant admin, listing which websites can be embedded within SharePoint. Likely facebook isn’t on the access list for your site. Facebook does support oembed, so once it’s access listed, the URL of the video should be sufficient to embed it.
Please provide the capability to change the header of the new modern pages (i.e. the large banner graphic on which the title is sitting. It currently means page content starts half-way down the screen which isn't the best use of space.736 votes
Modern pages now have different layouts for the tile area that support showing only the title and no image. There are four supported layouts today: Image and title, Plain, Color block, and Overlap.
If you’d like to conserve space and not show an image, please select “Plain”.
On the classic sharepoint there is a search box that is very helpful. Please add that to the new look.176 votes
Search in SharePoint is contextual, so if you are viewing a list or document library, the search is scoped to that list or library.
In the higlighted document webpart: Filtering must be possible on contenttype name and other managed properties1 vote
We now support managed properties in highlighted content
Would love to see the ability to freeze column headers at the top of the page when a user scrolls through a long list.1,475 votes
Column totals missing in modern list views.
This is an often used function, and the workaround to set the list back to classic will only be a temporary solution.567 votes
Currently the default "Title" column does not have an adjustable width in the new modern SharePoint view only, classic view is unaffected.
So if the column contains 1 row and the cell contains very little text the column width will not adjust to fit the width of the text and leave a large empty space, pushing adjacent columns to the right off the screen.497 votes
Thanks for your feedback! We’re happy to report that your suggestion is now part of persistent column widths. The column width can be saved as part of the view and each user’s preference will be saved in local storage.
The sharepoint integration should be expanded to calendars.36 votes
Thanks for your feedback! We’re happy to report that group calendar web parts can be placed on SharePoint pages: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-the-group-calendar-web-part-eaf3c04d-5699-48cb-8b5e-3caa887d51ce?ui=en-us&rs=en-us&ad=us
Allow users to complete required metadata when uploading documents using the modern library view. Currently, users are not prompted to complete required fields or select a content type. As a result, the file is left in a checked-out state unless the user knows to edit the properties as a second step after uploading. This breaks sites that have structured metadata and/or specific content type usage requirements. SharePoint has always prompted for these required fields in the past, why remove that functionality?51 votes
When you upload a file to a library with required metadata, the details pane opens and prompts you to enter those field values.
We’re investigating how we can bring this experience of Office Online as well – no timelines that we can commit to yet for that.
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