The Published date on Modern Site Pages in Classic SharePoint sites is defaulting to US format (MM/DD/YYYY) although the tenant is in AU format (DD/MM/YYYY).
The date format for other content in SharePoint Classic sites is MM/DD/YYYY which is same as Regional Settings.222 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
This should now be fixed
Consistent with the classic "publishing" use case, would like the ability to add custom columns to modern site pages and make these columns editable in the page properties UI in the Site Pages document library.
An extension of this would allow editing of the page properties on the page itself, similar to custom page layouts on classic publishing pages.188 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
You can now add custom columns on the site pages library.
In SharePoint Online, the site settings option is missing in all the modern pages. It looks weird for all the users as they don't find the direct option to access the site settings page from the landing page of the site. It would be great if you include the site settings option in the modern pages/sites.16 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
The site settings link is now in the gear dropdown on any modern page.
Traditional calendars are too clunky and users find it difficult to set up a team calendar on their Team Sites - plus there is no intuitive way to embed these in a modern page.
It would be very useful to have a simple Calendar web part - similar to the Events web part - that could be added to a modern page quickly, so that everyone can see each others' activity and schedule team meetings and events more easily.2 votes
We’ve recently rolled out a group calendar web part that allows you to pull in calendar info from your team calendar.
At the moment it doesn’t allow you to schedule team meetings, but we’ll likely not invest on adding that to SharePoint as there are so many other ways to create team calendar events (Outlook, Teams, Skype, etc.) If you feel you need that directly in SharePoint, please tell us more.
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