Please stop opening links in a new tab by default in modern pages.
It is against standard web behaviour (https://www.w3.org/TR/2012/NOTE-WCAG20-TECHS-20120103/G200), and is confusing to users when they end up with 10+ tabs open when navigating even the simplest site.
Make it optional by all means, it makes sense in a number of cases, just please not by default.724 votes
Please provide the capability to change the header of the new modern pages (i.e. the large banner graphic on which the title is sitting. It currently means page content starts half-way down the screen which isn't the best use of space.585 votesworking on it · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Apologies for the delayed update; we are revamping the process to ensure updates are more timely for up-voted items or items w/ a previous status update. For this one, as announced at Ignite 2018, we are rolling out additional header layouts before year’s end – starting w/ a compact option that reduces the vertical height.
It would be great to be able to target content by Audience (using global audiences and SharePoint groups) on the modern web parts just like we were able on the classic pages. Thanks472 votesworking on it · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (email@example.com, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We’re working on this! The first web part we’re enabling it on is the News web part, followed by the highlighted content and events web parts. We’d love to hear about other audience targeting scenarios you’d like us to enable. Thanks!
Need to have comments and likes for SharePoint News47 votes
I see these pages have a "Promoted State" and "FirstPublishedDate" that are used to determine if a page should be shown as News, but these properties cannot be changed. I want to be able to take an existing site page, and publish it as News.
Alternatively, you could let me publish news to a library separate from the site pages so I'm not cluttering my wiki page library.40 votes
- Don't see your idea?