Modern pages, lists and libraries look great and all fit together nicely.
The other main thing we use here is the calendars which are still looking classic, which means inconsistencies in the quick links layout as well as other things which viewing a calendar.
I can't find anything about when Calendars are going to be modernized.
Thank you for submitting this suggestion and voting on it. We have two events/calendar solutions in modern pages today. The events web part has card based event tiles, powered by events lists. You can roll-up events from multiple sites into one page, but there isn’t currently a wall calendar view.
Alternatively you can select to leverage a group calendar, and pull all of your events (including recurring events) from Exchange. This too is a compact card based view.
While we understand a wall calendar view is desirable, we’re not working on it at this time.
This is needed !!!! Please add it to your roadmap
Love your work team SharePoint.
Like OP said would love to see some consistency with Calendar on modern sites. Hope you guys get time to update this soon.
Star D. commented
@simon, The event list web part doesn't work for us. We have it set to month and all categories, but doesn't display everything. Also, clicking Show All on the web part doesn't bring you to All events on the source, but to the same web part view (only on its own page instead of inside the site page where it was).
Philip Worrell commented
Yuo can always have a look at the Onein the PNP samples Library.
You have to setup a pc with a coupleof dev tools to build it, but it is my stop gap for niw.
Scott Perley commented
It feels so artificially restricted to not let me use the calendar list on web parts or that there are no plans to modernize the calendar list
I don't know about everyone else, but I'd like to see this so the Event calendars can be tied to Flow and PowerApps. I've resorted to creating a custom list that replicates a calendar so I could customize the form and add RSVP functionality; unfortunately, those "events" can't be listed as true events.
I have seen many people asking for this on different forums and its the one thing that for my company would make our integration onto SharePoint seamless. - Hoping Microsoft will change their priorities and get this done as it doesn't seem like a big thing to have a modern grid style widget on a group calendar
Office 365 Japan Support Team commented
*English follows Japanese
SharePoint Online サイトのトップ ページに、Outlook の予定表を開いたときに画面左上に表示される小さなカレンダーを表示させる機能を追加してほしい。
Please add a feature to display a small calendar in the top page of the SharePoint Online site that appears in the upper left corner of the screen when users open their Outlook calendar
現時点の機能においては、SharePoint Online サイトのトップ ページで、Office 365 グループの予定表をカレンダー形式で表示させる機能がない状況です。
モダン サイトにおいては、トップ ページのサイド リンク バーに "Office 365 グループの予定表へアクセスするためのリンク" を作成することは可能ですが、それだと予定を確認するために工数を踏まなければならず、スムーズに業務を行うことができません。
SharePoint Online サイトを利用するユーザーがスムーズに予定を確認できるようにするために、SharePoint Online サイトのトップ ページに、Outlook の予定表を開いたときに画面左上に表示される小さなカレンダーを表示させ、日付をクリックすると予定の詳細を確認することができる機能の追加を希望します。
Currently, there is no feature to display the Office 365 group calendar in the form of a normal calendar on the top page of the SharePoint Online site.
On Modern sites, it is possible to create a "link to access the Office 365 group calendar" in the side link bar on the top page, but that would require a lot of work to confirm the appointments and it will be impossible for operations to proceed smoothly.
To make it easy for users of the SharePoint Online site to check their appointments, we hope a feature will be added to display a small calendar on the top page of the SharePoint Online site that appears in the top left of the screen when the Outlook calendar is opened, and let details of the event be checked by clicking on the date.
Aldo de Beunje commented
This i realy not understand why this is working as it is. I made a video to explain this.
Solution for people who want the OOTB SharePoint Calendar shown using the Modern Event webpart!
1. Add the Modern Events web part to the page
2. Edit (configure) the web part
3. Change Source to Events List on this site
4. Events List - select the OOTB Calendar
5. Select Category or leave blank
6. Select Date range for events - All, This week, this month, date range etc....
7. Select Layout Film Strip or Compact
8. # of items ot show
You now have the OOTB SharePoint Calendar showing in the Modern Page using the Modern events webpart.
I hope this helps - Simon King - One Off Jobs
Please put this in your plans to create. The workaround is really inelegant.
Tom Burke commented
That one above is marked Thinking About It. Please clarify which is the real/latest response, thanks!
Todd Bleeker commented
Every business needs a comprehensive calendar solution. Exchange calendars, SharePoint calendars, O365 Group calendars, and Planner calendars do not play well together. At a minimum, SharePoint calendars should provide a modern week view and month view, but ideally they would also have color coding and a rollup feature. Adding Planner calendars to some future overlay capability would be very helpful too.
Fabian Medina commented
We need this!! This is very important for many departments in my org.
Tom Burke commented
See previous comments that are screaming for this functionality.
Custom color coding would also be great. And, a more flexible view to show event cards within the Month view so they don't get so squished and unreadable--like expanding a card when hovering over it to show the full summary of the card.
I can't believe the arrogance and ignorance od devs on this question. A monthly view is a fundamental feature of every single calendar application regardless of the device or platform. My Nokia 3310 had a monthly calendar! The monthly view is important for all visual types (while agenda probably servers better to the analytical kind) because it offers the best visual representation days furhter ahead. Weekly view is good for managing a shorter period of few days ahead, but a monthly view like the one in Outlook gives you the perspective of availabiliy and occupancy of people and reasores in a longer period, which is important when planning or managing projects which span over a longer period of time or planning activities further in the future. By not providing this feature in SharePoint you're basically forcing users into resorting back to Outlook or shadow software. Either way, I'm used of this kind of attitude of MS that belives knows best so I'll just find a user-developed solution.
Dee Martinez commented
Hopefully this can be added to the plans
@Kevin Parker: time zones exist in a single country, so even non-global companies struggle with the SharePoint implementation of calendars!
Thomas Moats commented
Desirable?...seems to be the common view AROUND THE WORLD. Please fix this and provide what people use.
Kevin Parker commented
When you are working in a global company, we have to ask our users to calculate the time from the one listed if they are in a different time zone than the one stated. We should have a site setting and users should be able to have a local setting for their region.