Cascading choice fields in list forms - including multiple values
Microsoft Lists (introduced in May 2020) have many new features. Finally, the average user can easily hide and reorder fields in list forms. Even conditional hiding is now available. However, the biggest hole in the feature set is still there, 19 years after SharePoint 2001. Will this feature make it to the 20th anniversary? I certainly hope so. Anyone interested in choice fields in SharePoint lists (or libraries for that matter) will also be interested in cascading choice fields, sooner rather than later. If your company is present in 50 countries and 100 cities, you don't want the user to wade through 100 cities once a country is selected. Now do you, Microsoft? A term set hierarchy is not the same thing, scripting is too complicated for the average user, and a content type with a site column only allows two levels. Sometimes you need cascading choice fields on three, four or five levels. Multiple values should also be supported, out of the box. If I select France and Italy in the Country field, the City field should only allow Paris, Lyon, Rome and Milan. Microsoft, please fill this obvious hole in the feature set!