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Build out a full leaning management system. SharePoint is already 80%of the way mclose the gap with turn key solution13 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Please see https://classroom.microsoft.com/
Create a webpart for modern pages where users can rate the page and metadata about the page is shown
Pages that contain an internal knowledge base it would be nice to show some metadata, like an info Square, where it can show metadata (what process, Customer, Product it applies to) and the rating. Also let the reader rate the page.9 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We’ve added the ability to ‘like’ a page and we’ve also shipped a webpart for displaying page metadata!
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 votesboom! it's done · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
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.
Why is this not the case?8 votes
Add Team Sites to SharePoint Admin Centre8 votes
Thanks for your feedback! SharePoint team sites are visible in the SharePoint admin center.
Conditional formatting system as in Excel
For Sharepoint to be customized easily for power users or advanced users without coding experience, JSON is a nightmare
Users should have the choice to opt for graphic (excel type) or coding system to format each column7 votes
We just rolled out a Column formatting template – “Conditional Formatting”, that allows users to create if/else/then statements.
To improve visual accessibility, could you allow a simple way to colour the background of every other list item's row?
For status, I have a choice field in a list. In order to have it change colors, I have to produce some ridiculous JSON. Please have a look at SmartSheet. They have a completely simple way to enable conditional formatting.6 votes
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
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 votes
You guys really ought to license the Office Web apps as part of SharePoint without needing to setup individual user licenses. My company just moved over our intranet to SharePoint and I tried editing a spreadsheet in the browser from a computer that does not have a modern version of Excel installed and it says Web apps is not licensed. You are bundling web apps with OneDrive and with your Office365 subscribers. SharePoint is already expensive enough to not include this for free.6 votes
Love the videos!4 votes
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.
I'm trying to embed a public video from Facebook on to the new SitePage in a team site. The link to a Facebook video should be enough in my opinion. Event with the correct iFrame-code I cannot embed the video on the new SitePage embed code snippet.4 votes
Each SharePoint site has an access list (HTML Field Security), controlled by your tenant admin, listing which websites can be embedded within SharePoint. Likely facebook isn’t on the access list for your site. Facebook does support oembed, so once it’s access listed, the URL of the video should be sufficient to embed it.
You cannot currently load or set the ThemedCssFolderUrl property of the Web object in CSOM. After applying a theme (for example, using the sample PnP code), returning to the app from the newly-themed site shows that the SP.UI chrome control cannot find what it needs to properly display. We need a way to ensure that a new theme that is deployed from the app can set this value so that when returning to the app afterwards the chrome control can continue to display properly.4 votes
We released this property as part of the November 2016 SharePoint Online CSOM NuGet package release. Thanks for your input and hopefully you’ll find the enhancement useful. See more details on the latest release from https://dev.office.com/blogs/new-sharepoint-csom-version-released-for-Office-365-november-2016
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モダン UI のサイトにおいて、ページのタイトル エリアを削除できるようにしたい
Hide page title in the Modern UI sites
モダン UI のサイトにおいて、タイトルを入力しない場合でもタイトル エリアのスペースが残ってしまう。ページのタイトルを入力しない場合には、不要なスペースとなるためページのタイトル エリアを削除をできるよう機能拡充を要望します。
In the Modern UI sites, even though no title is entered, page title area still remains.
For removing this unnecessary space, in case there is no title entered, allow hiding the page title.
Thank you for your consideration.3 votes
You can choose between four title area sizes & layouts. The smallest one (plain) simply shows the title with no image on one line. Click the pencil on the left hand side of the title area to access these settings.
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.
When you add a document library in modern UI to a page as a Web Part, it seems to be showing the library web part in classic UI.
Is there any plan for the UI for library web parts to also become modern in the future?
We would like the library web part to also be shown in modern UI.3 votes
We’ve just started rolling out the new list and library web part to modern pages. See this post on TechCommunity. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SharePoint-Blog/Introducing-SharePoint-modern-list-library-web-parts/ba-p/64581 If you have specific feedback, we’d love to hear it.
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