Full-Width Column Webpart available to Team Site Template
In the Modern Experience, allow the option to add "Full-Width Column" webpart. Currently, this is exclusively available for Communication Site template. Would be great to have this available for Team Site template. It does not look aesthetically appealing have this area of white space on the right hand on a site page.
We initially didn’t enable the full width column on team sites due to the vertical navigation on the left and left justification of team site pages. How do you imagine it should work/look on those pages?
Yes! I have been searching for this please allow users to add full width web parts in a teams page. In answer to Admins question at the top of "how do you imagine it will look" - it would look much better, just because it is a teams site, it should not be constrained by just vertical navigation, for some of us, since we do not have tenant access in our organization, we are not able to choose whether we want a team or communication site. We are given a teams site by default that we cannot ask to change, so to be able to have the freedom to add full width web parts to a teams site would be a huge improvement. Please look into this issue as soon as possible, Thank you!
El Cidius commented
As the global site inherit of the definition of the site (ie: Team site), I understood that all pages and sub sites will have this option.... But the home page is to be defined more as communication site instead of.... So, for me it will be better to avoid defining a site by a global parameter... A page should be defined as communication or team site without any strong parameter. For the navigations on the top, the quick links , these should be parameters.
This would be a very useful addition. Examples are that we might migrate a SharePoint 2010 site to SharePoint online and the users want to make the main/home page without the quick launch.
Daryl Armstrong commented
I would find a full width section very useful when displaying some web apps.
Please enable this as I was not aware of this limitiation when selecting my type of site and it would have impacted my decision of Teams vs Collaboration.
Please enable full-width on a Team site. My webparts need to fit properly.
Rob Rising commented
No full width even when disabling left nav? Really makes the pages look terrible, don't understand why this is such an issue to update this
Omar Stewart commented
The navigation and justification can stay exactly how it is on a communication site. It doesn't have to be consistent for every page.
If a Team would like to promote content, News, or Power BI Report, it would be great if the Full-Width Page Layout was available.
As it stands, Users are linking to Communication Sites from Team Sites for the sole purpose of accessing the Full-Width Layout.
Have you guys ever coded anything? Ever heard of Bootstrap?
Jace Copier commented
As employees are upgraded to higher resolution / larger monitors, the modern team sites show an apparent flaw in its layout, leaving wasted space to the right.
Either replace the current max-width resolution to support these larger screens, or remove it altogether.
This step alone will provide more control for laying out the page and I can stop using a custom script editor just to achieve this functionality.
This then opens the door for more layout options in the future.
Please open up more design options for Team sites modern pages
Please open up more design options for Team sites modern pages - hiding left navigation, adding more top navigation options, remove white space left and right, and remove white space between web parts, ability to remove title area or add more content/rows (sub title) and/or use images as background for content/text web parts. No code solutions please - not all of us can write code. Thanks!
We've been using Modern script editor to attempt to modify CSS to accomplish something similar to this across pages with mixed results.
We would like to have the 100% width available on all modern theme pages and available at any level.
We see this as being handled differently based on where its applied.
If the 100% width is applied within the header of the page it goes full across with the left and right panels being nested under the header.
If its applied within the page area below the header then it is nested between the left and right panels when they are used. The reason for this is that the 1/2/3 column approach had padding and spacing that is undesirable. If the row contained columns padding is fine but if its 100% width then don't apply padding.
We have an old Team Sites. All of our images are located inside the Team Sites.
If we use a separated site collection "communication site", we lose "Organization Site Assets" and "Recent Images" functionality.
We however need tools to display large amounts of information (tables) using efficient use of the screen: full-width is what is needed.
We set "left navigation" to hide using PowerShell.
Full width and Top Navigation should always be an option.
We are not using left navigation for our team site, so we need 100% width or it will look very bad.
Rob Holmes commented
We find the documents web part is to small for the small right hand side column causing it to miss information. Despite there being plenty of space on the right to spread out in to.
Phil Bigos commented
If you remove the vertical navigation, then allow for full width. It looks like most individuals would like to have the option. Communications sites look nice but lack some functionality of the team site. The team site is very functional, but looks terrible.
It would be great to merge this for my application.
Please enable Full Width on Team Site! Thank you!!
Rebecca Bennett commented
Need to use the Full Width Column. Please add and let us decide how it will look and when to use it. Thank you!
This is still highly relevant, however I do agree that in all reality users should just utilise a communications build instead of a teams site.
However, our admin provider has created teams sites instead of communications on multiple occasions and I must say the disparity in design aesthetic between teams and comms sites left me waiting for the comms template, instead of utilising the teams sites. It looks outdated.