modifying _layouts/sharepoint.aspx page
give options / settings to modify basic look and feel on https://annu28.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/sharepoint.aspx. user should be able to choose which Team sites tiles should display on this page.
All of our IT Management staff are complaining that this page is unintuitive and causes confusion.
If customization is too hard to implement, at least give us the option to swap this page, or an option to point it to the root site in the tenant (https://xxxx.sharepoint.com/)
Burkay Demirci commented
Jon Turley commented
COME ON MICROSOFT!!!!!!!! For god's sake, you are a GLOBAL "leader" in IT Tech. Make this available BEFORE consumers request it!! Who passes your decisions? Clearly no-one who either knows the customer voice, or who cares, or who has an ounce of business savviness. Dear God, get a grip. VERY DISAPOINTING. Yet, unfortunately, typical of current dev. Poor. Sub-standard. Lazy. Unimaginative. GET A GRIP and act on these suggestions!! Dear oh dear...
Sebastien Gendron commented
It is not acceptable that the content of this page cannot be replaced or modified. / Ce n'est pas acceptable que l’on ne peut pas remplacer ou modifier le contenu de cette page.
The sharepoint.aspx page should be optional or configurable. Please change this - I am running out of excuses to give my clients as to why this cannot be made more intuitive.
I agree that elements of this page should be able to be customized. As for the confidentiality of files showing up, that needs to be addressed by proper governance controls and security settings as I understand it. I believe there are other areas, such as Delve, that show this information unless the permissions and labels for documents are set up correctly, although I may be wrong.
the "/_layouts/15/sharepoint.aspx" page should be modifiable - or at least able to be turned off!!
We have some confidential content which shows up under "User X has been working on: ConfidentialFileName.xls"
This is absolutely unacceptable!
Yes, we should be able to turn it off! Our users are confused with this landing page
it's the main landing page for sharepoint and it cannot be customised to drive user acceptance... only Microsoft can afford such a limited UX.
Or just have the ability to turn it off!!! Crazy that this can't be configured.
This page is confusing and hinders user acceptance. Please implement an elegant solution not to be forced to use this page.
Yes! The _layouts landing page is giving me nightmares. Please allow us to change this layout,or just skip it all together and give us a communication page as the first landing page.