Freeze Column Headers
Would love to see the ability to freeze column headers at the top of the page when a user scrolls through a long list.
As of March 2019, this feature should be available to 50% of users in Targeted Release. The rollout to all users is continuing, but there are several features included together in this one and we’ve paused the rollout a few times to accomodate changes based on feedback to the other features. New ETA for reaching all users is April 2019.
Note this feature will only apply to modern doclib and list UX in SharePoint Online
Hello, what is the status regarding this?
Any release expected in April?
Thanks for the update on this topic!
Leland Usher commented
Hello, we are in the month of March now, any more finite date on this release, my users are going wild for this feature. Thank you
JENNIFER MIOZZO commented
You do:( I don’t have it
I have this now! hooray but others in my company do not
Donia Strand commented
is this here?
Has it passed Beta testing yet? If so, what's the new timeline?
In the roadmap for this item it mentions Q2 CY2019 (Coming in March 2019).
How about first & second column sticky? for large lists with lots of columns is necessary.
Rob Bradley commented
This has been added to the 365 roadmap: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=header
Sticky column headers
For large lists and libraries, the column headers will remain visible as you scroll vertically or horizontally in larger lists and libraries.
Featured ID: 46103
Added to Roadmap: 1/24/2019
Last Modified: 1/29/2019
Will this work for both Classic and Modern lists?
Its going to release in march 2019 https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-SharePoint-Blog/January-2019-SharePoint-Modernization-News/ba-p/320552
Will this be available for on premise SharePoint 2016?
When will this be rolled out for Sharepoint Online?
Update on this is appreciated. Also good to know if it will take another 2 months so I can communicate to my users.
NIhar Das commented
Will this option be available for both Classic and Modern view OR Modern view only ?
Can you please provide the release date
NIhar Das commented
Can you please provide some update
Any news on when the roll out will happen?
Since you had Sharepoint 2002?, this means you area bout 17 years late with this simplest and most obvious need for a World-Class Enterprise Solution.
BTW, it is now January 15, 2019, so, where is the FIX ???
BUSH LEAGUE !!!