In the new web part image of the modern experience, it's impossible to add a link to the image. You should add this possibily, with an option to open "in / out the screen". Without that, it's now impossible now to put a "image / button" to open another page.225 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We are rolling this out now
Please allow the embedding of RSS feeds within Modern Pages (using the embed webpart)125 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (email@example.com, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
If the RSS feed generates an iFrame, you should be able to use the embed we part. Also on team sites, you can use the RSS connector – search for RSS in the web part toolbox in pages on your team site.
If this doesn’t meet your scenario needs, can you open a new item with my specifics of the gaps?
Support column formatting in list web part view.
(Column formatting reference doc here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/declarative-customization/column-formatting?hubRefSrc=email&utm_source=lfemail&utm_medium=email#lf-content=219744560:765307984)95 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We showed at Ignite 2018 the modern doclib and list webpart having full fidelity views, matching the same thing you’d see in the full doclib or list page. That should now be available in SharePoint Online.
If you are seeing specific customizations that aren’t working, please open a support ticket so we can track it down.
Modern pages allow the addition of news, links, activity, etc., but there is no option to display list view web parts. We use lists constantly and rely on list view web parts. Specifically, I would like to continue using the very cool "Promoted Links" list in new sites and use the standard web part for that list. The tiles have been very popular for key navigation elements for a site, and I don't want to lose that when moving to modern pages/sites.31 votes
We’ve just starting rolling this out to First Release customers now
See the TechCommunity thread here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SharePoint-Blog/Introducing-SharePoint-modern-list-library-web-parts/ba-p/64581
Whilst the modern pages are improving all the time, with new web parts and layouts, I would like to see web part connections being made available in modern pages. This is extremely useful, especially when creating dashboard pages.17 votes
Thanks for your patience, we now support dynamic data between SPFx webparts. see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/spfx/dynamic-data
I would like to see the option to view more than 4 news items in the news web part13 votes
check out the new Hub News layout for the news webpart, https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-the-News-web-part-on-a-SharePoint-page-C2DCEE50-F5D7-434B-8CB9-A7FEEFD9F165.
Pls create zones in the toolbox on modern pages to discern between the oob responsive webparts and the legacy add-ins (app parts) introduced
You just introduced the ability on modern pages to show add-ins and app parts. Ok, great thing so far, but pls put a kind of delimitier in the toolbox of the modern pages between the oob responsive new modern webparts and the "legacy" add-ins (app parts). Without such delimiter (be it a line or anything) it is really not easily discernable for the users creating content on a page which webpart will be responsive oob and which may be a problem on small devices. To really get the mobile first strategy going, you need to make sure it is easy for content managers, users etc. to know which webparts are oob responsive and which may prove difficult. As an example, non responsive apps from the SP store integrate in the same "layer/zone" as the oob webparts in the toolbox. This is really horrible user experience.
You just introduced the ability on modern pages to show add-ins and app parts. Ok, great thing so far, but pls put a kind of delimitier in the toolbox of the modern pages between the oob responsive new modern webparts and the "legacy" add-ins (app parts). Without such delimiter (be it a line or anything) it is really not easily discernable for the users creating content on a page which webpart will be responsive oob and which may be a problem on small devices. To really get the mobile first strategy going, you need to make sure it is easy…9 votes
We’ve rolled out the large toolbox to First Release users this week. AppParts (components of add-ins) show up in the Other section, while other modern web parts are categorized. All of these tools are of course easily accessible via search.
Please provide information on what image sizes and ratios will fit best on the Hero Web parts panes.6 votes
- Web part is set to fit screen width (full-bleed), and height scaled accordingly to follow 8:3 ratio
- Images inside scales accordingly to follow the 4:3 ratio
- Individually layer scales to 8:3 ratio
- Image scales close to 9:16 ratio
For quick links web part, I would love to be able to change the formatting - like tiles instead of these large cards, or shrink the size to fit many more cards than what is currently available4 votes
We added an ability to pick a smaller layout, or choose cards. You also have the option to show an icon or image, or just the text.
In modern webpages there is not so much control to create a custom look and feel for sharepointpages. For example you can't move webparts next to eachother, can't resize webparts, can't make the header less bulky... It would be great to have more control.4 votes
there is no way to add app part like the one we had earlier.
Way to navigate to classic mode is missing.4 votes
We actually just announced support for Add-ins (and app parts) working on modern pages and shown in the toolbox, out to tenant admins yesterday. It’s been in First Release for a month or so.
How to add List webpart on the modern site of SharePoint.3 votes
We have a list web part available for use on modern pages. We’re continuing to improve it over time with requested capabilities.
cards layout for quick links1 vote
we support a card layout for the quick links web part links. Click the pencil to the upper left, and choose filmstrip layout. Now a large image is shown per link, with the title below. see this help article: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-the-Quick-Links-web-part-e1df7561-209d-4362-96d4-469f85ab2a82
In SharePoint kun je een webpart documenten toevoegen aan de pagina. Zou deze ook in de nieuwe look&feel kunnen worden geplaatst. Net als je in de documentenbibliotheek zelf ervaart.1 vote
We’re currently rolling out the first version of lists and document libraries to First Release now.
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