When overlaying calendars in SharePoint Online it has a selection in the UI to choose a "SharePoint" or an "Exchange" calendar but the "Exchange" selection doesn't work. There are several posts in Office 365 support that confirms that this feature doesn't work but it still appears in the UI as an option???
I tried created an Exchange calendar overlay on a SharePoint calendar on one of my site collections. However, one of the mandatory fields required is a web service URL. These do not currently exist in SP 2013 Online on Office 365.146 votes
Our experts have been unable to reproduce the issue in our environment. Can you try again to make sure it still occurs? If it still does happen to you can you please provide more information about the particular setup (number of unique permissions set, etc) so we can attempt to recreate this issue.
SharePoint Online. We really need to set some restrictions of file types that user can upload to a document library.
For example, to deny upload file with extension .bmp and .tiff.81 votes
Thanks for your feedback. We were wondering if you asked for this control only on Team sites or OneDrive for Business as well?
I'd like to be able to organize the home page of sites i'm following to put the sites I use the most at the top, and group similar sites --for instance, I have several sites that are related to Human resources work, but I only use them occasionally and would like them to put them in a folder or notebook. Instead, they are all listed separately and I have to scroll through them to get to the ones I use more frequently. If there is already a way to do this, it is NOT apparent on the way my sharepoint page displays.
I'd like to be able to organize the home page of sites i'm following to put the sites I use the most at the top, and group similar sites --for instance, I have several sites that are related to Human resources work, but I only use them occasionally and would like them to put them in a folder or notebook. Instead, they are all listed separately and I have to scroll through them to get to the ones I use more frequently. If there is already a way to do this, it is NOT apparent on the way my sharepoint…31 votes
Thanks for your suggestion.
The Frequent section should show the sites you use the most. Do you feel this is not accurate enough?
If you want to keep around sites you use occasionally, the “Follow” action should help with this. All the sites you Follow will be shown under the Following section.
We’d like to hear more about what do you mean by “putting sites in a folder o notebook”.
The actual Content Search Webpart with targeting audience property is not available for Modern View pages.
This is a great web part functionality that should be preserved in the modern view, is very useful in several item segmentation scenarios.21 votes
As we work to add capabilities to the highlighted content web part, any guidance you can provide on detailed scenarios that are missing would be very helpful. Which specific properties would you want to target content based on?
This is some horrible nightmare that I woke up to. This "Modern Pages" roll-out is one of the worst things I've ever seen come from the Microsoft team. The ability for end-users to customize these new pages is extremely limited and now I'm getting backlash from our end users how ugly SharePoint is becoming and how we need to fix it (Like there's anything I can do). Now they want me to look at some other CMS and move to something different. At least give your customers some options.21 votes
Thanks for your feedback. We are adding more capabilities to modern pages (w.r.t. editing experience, layouts, RTE and web part catalog). You will soon see a lot of functionality rolling out this year. With that said, we would love to hear more from you around your asks/ desires that you wished modern pages would have.
Please note, we have not removed classic pages functionality from the site, so if you have parts that are not yet available, you can continue to use those side by side.
New Sharepoint (sites) home - could be possible to reorder the sites followed18 votes
Not currently. The following section shows sites in the order you followed, the most recent being at the top. But if you’d like to reorder the sites you followed for easy access, the recent and frequent sections should help.
We like your new "Site content" page and we would be very happy to add on other pages (Wiki or Web part pages) a "Site visits" or "Trending content" web part.9 votes
Have you tried the Site activity web part? This shows you recent activity on the current site, however it doesn’t really provide “site visits” Love to learn more about what you need. Thanks.
The new SharePoint home page is pretty good, but lacks configurable options. Would be great if we can include web parts within this page, such as news/announcements.9 votes
Thanks for your feedback. We shipped the News update to SharePoint Home recently and you should now be able to see News from your sites on the top of the page. What other configurable options are you interested in seeing?
Create a webpart for modern pages where users can rate the page and metadata about the page is shown
Pages that contain an internal knowledge base it would be nice to show some metadata, like an info Square, where it can show metadata (what process, Customer, Product it applies to) and the rating. Also let the reader rate the page.7 votes
Please let us know specifically what you’re looking to see/do in this new web part. Can anyone see the feedback (e.g. like comments on a page), or is it only available to the author, the site owner, etc. Thanks!
This Sharepoint thing is a disaster when it comes to ease of navigation. I would also like to have a simple list of sites to chose from, your favorite/following/recent lists are crap and make your application painful to use.4 votes
Sorry to hear you are finding it difficult to navigate. Can you help us understand what exactly is not meeting your expectation? Each section on the page is catered to help you be more productive.
Interface looks real good. Can we have column based layouts for adding web parts just like in other versions of sharepoint.3 votes
Can you tell us a bit more?
We currently support multiple sections (with 1, 2, 3) columns per section.
We’re unlikely to go back to a vertical column based model as it doesn’t reflow as well at various screen sizes (and mobile).
What are you looking for?
- Don't see your idea?