When in the "modern" pages, we see an entirely different set of navigation options in the top nav than when we are in "classic" SharePoint. These pages should all respect the same navigation settings.57 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (email@example.com, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
This work to support structured and managed navigation in classic sites on “modern” pages is complete and has been rolled out. The team is investigating how to extend/support these navigation models in new sites. Please add your support to those suggestions to help drive prioritization of that capability.
The ‘Site Contents’ page (_layouts/15/viewlsts.aspx) is not user friendly when you have a lot of lists and apps. Make subdivisions for libraries, lists, apps,… like SharePoint 2010. Also remove the tiles. It is too overwhelming.6 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We agree – we’re rolling out a refreshed page design that removes the tiles and makes the experience easier to view and navigate. We’re also including some preliminary analytics to help site owners and members understand site activity and what content is being read. We’re just rolling out to First Release this month, so if you don’t see the experience yet, you can get more information here: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/The-SharePoint-Site-Contents-page-ba495c1e-00f4-475d-97c7-b518d546566b?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
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