Introduce Accordions & Tabs (In-page) web parts | More Table Functionality
Accordions help users see only the content they need. Accordions expand and collapse sections of content with a title.
Horizontal & Vertical Tabs (In-page)
Tabs are perfect for single page web applications, or for web pages capable of displaying different subjects.
Tables are very limited. You can't even merge a cell? Enough said.
Trent Shepherd commented
It is 2021. I think it is time for this standard to be accepted and introduced.
Many clients are always asking to add tabs to avoid the scrolling when they have a lot of text. Just waiting to see when will microsoft apply a web part with this solution. 3 years without the tabs web part.
Accordion sections will be available in March, road map id: 67147
Are there any updates on this being available?
When will there be one for SP online that we can use....
We absolutely need the webpart for our SharePoint Online. We have so many use cases where we need it!
Please implement it!
need this - Hillbilly tabs is ok but it fails alot and having native webparts to support tabbing and accordian features would make delivering content just that bit more user friendly
Amanda H. commented
Both accordions and tabs are a necessary component of many intranet pages; any other solution takes the reader out of the page experience which is not always optimal. Accordions and tabs help to keep the content in context for the user, and also helps to manage content for the editors (otherwise, the number of pages or files would multiply and make it harder to manage the content).
Ram Kalyugi commented
i need this functionality in my project too. Could you plz confirm if it will be avail in future?
Nancy Koopmann commented
Does anyone from MS read these posts? If so, a comment on when or why this is not available would be much appreciated
Please add this functionality. Our firm has created our own Accordion app in 2013. Now we have to figure out how to recreate it in O365 when we migrate soon. Thanks
Please add this functionality. It is useful for managing content and really shouldn't be that difficult for Microsoft to implement.
Marty Braley commented
It is mind blowing that these simple, yet incredibly useful, and otherwise basic features in any other ecosystem is not yet available.
Nicole withrow commented
Since we no longer have a script editor and can no longer create our own accordion (expand/collapse) menus, please make them available out of the box. They're extremely useful with content-heavy pages. I've seen public Microsoft web pages use them so obviously the value is already recognized...
Hey Microsoft, I know it's been a busy and confusing year, but we are fast approaching the 2 year anniversary of my first comment on this suggestion and the silence is deafening. I should know, I am.
Is there any update on this functionality? Surely this isn't a difficult web part to build with all your experience and expertise?
Would be grateful for an update before we hit the 2nd birthday mark. :) Ta.
Christian Skjaeran commented
Many companies need this for intranets, e.g. to make handbook like pages and overviews
Marco Steiner commented
Essential webpart for enterprises intranets as there will be more and more information that needs to get organized. Can not understand why this hasn't already added to the backlog..
[Deleted User] commented
Yes, please this is indeed one of the basic webparts these days. It would really help!
I was shocked to see that SPO doesn't have accordions. This is something that my organization is used to using because we have very lengthy content in some areas. I could have one page with an accordion that has 10 folds with supporting info, but I have to have a page with 10 child pages now. It's very difficult to manage and for the user to absorb the information.