Modern pages, lists and libraries look great and all fit together nicely.
The other main thing we use here is the calendars which are still looking classic, which means inconsistencies in the quick links layout as well as other things which viewing a calendar.
I can't find anything about when Calendars are going to be modernized.
Hopefully soon!468 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSites Product Team (Product Owner, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thank you for submitting this suggestion and voting on it. We have two events/calendar solutions in modern pages today. The events web part has card based event tiles, powered by events lists. You can roll-up events from multiple sites into one page, but there isn’t currently a wall calendar view.
Alternatively you can select to leverage a group calendar, and pull all of your events (including recurring events) from Exchange. This too is a compact card based view.
While we understand a wall calendar view is desirable, we’re not working on it at this time.
I would like to be able to add recurring events and to duplicate events in the event calendar module!436 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSites Product Team (Product Owner, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We aren’t currently working on adding recurring events support to the Events web part. As a number of commentors have suggested, Group calendars do a great job with recurring events and are a great way to show them on your modern pages.
While I love being able to create events easily in SP Communication sites (and love that users can add them to their calendars), not having the ability to have users register for limited capacity events means we have to duplicate the information or abandon the events in SP all together.154 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSharePoint Sites & Collaboration (Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thank you for everyone’s feedback. We are not planning on adding support for event registration at this time but we will keep it in mind in the future when we look at improving the overall event story on SharePoint.
Please let us define a custom background color for a Section on the page.
It would allow us to give more "rhythm" to the page content and highlight some content on the page.
For example the https://dev.office.com/ site uses a light blue "section background color" to separate the "getting started"-links from rest of the content.141 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSites Product Team (Product Owner, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Today modern pages support picking one of three colors derived from the site theme (soft, neautral, strong). We likely won’t be investing in the option to add arbitrary other colors as a section background, violating the site’s theme. For the other suggestions, please open a unique uservoice suggestion (e.g. support section background images)
It would be great to have the possibility to remove or deactivate certain standard client webparts like the "yammer feed".
Many companies don't even use yammer and it would just confuse users. Or at least have the possibility that the yammer client side webpart is only shown, when yammer is activated for the tenant.
This is also explained in stack overflow:39 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSites Product Team (Product Owner, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
While we do support disabling non Microsoft services (e.g. Amazon Kindle, Twitter, YouTube) in the toolbox, we don’t support disabling Microsoft services. If these services can be disabled at the tenant level, they should be automatically hidden from the toolbox.
for disabling third party services, see Set-SPOTenant, using the parameter DisabledWebPartIds.
Documentation is available here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/sharepoint-online/Set-SPOTenant?view=sharepoint-ps
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