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  1. Add the css for 'text-overflow' in Column Formatter.

    I want to truncate the string which crosses the width and add '...' at the end. Currently I am able to do that except for adding the '...'. It can be done if the column formatter supports 'text-overflow: ellipsis'.

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  2. Allow List / Library Layouts (Compact, Tile) to be active by default and/or via URL

    Currently users can switch their View layout manually between List, Compact List, and Tiles. However, developers customizing a View cannot set any of those as default, nor can we direct a user to a particular Layout.

    This request is for any or all of the following 3 modifications:


    • Allow one of the Layouts to be set as default so visitors see the correct layout without having to be directed to switch the layout manually (which, by the way, users never do anyway). One super convenient way to accomplish this would be to detect the use of "tileProps" in the View…

    105 votes
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  3. Expose REST Endpoints in the SharePoint UI

    Here’s an idea I had a while ago based on a conversation I had with some of the other SharePoint MVPs: expose the REST endpoints and documentation right in the UI for those who have the appropriate permissions. It could be a little icon at the bottom of any page where there are relevant end points. All content is security trimmed anyway, so no one is going to see an endpoint they can’t use (though if they can fathom the docs they can know what endpoints there are available).

    Think about it:

    You’re on a List Settings page, and you
    65 votes
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  4. Add support to hide List View Command Set buttons

    In the classic experience it's possible to hide ribbon buttons and menu options in the ECB. In the modern UI this currently isn't possible.
    Please add support to also hide OOTB List View Command Set buttons and ECB items in the modern UI.

    In the Classic view this could be done by a Custom Action:

    <CustomAction

        Id=&quot;RemoveRibbonButtonLibrary&quot;
    
    Location=&quot;CommandUI.Ribbon&quot;
    RegistrationId=&quot;101&quot;
    RegistrationType=&quot;List&quot;&gt;&gt;
    &lt;CommandUIExtension&gt;
    &lt;CommandUIDefinitions&gt;
    &lt;CommandUIDefinition Location=&quot;Ribbon.Library.Actions.ExportToSpreadsheet&quot; /&gt;
    &lt;/CommandUIDefinitions&gt;
    &lt;/CommandUIExtension&gt;

    </CustomAction>

    But this currently doesn't work for the Modern UI.

    54 votes
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  5. Be able to embed 360 images into sharepoint pages

    Have the ability to add 360 images. Be able to set "north" and some basic settings. (autospin etc) and also be able to resize the image for your page.

    45 votes
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  6. Need more Number Formatting options for SharePoint List columns

    For columns set as Number in SharePoint Lists, please add the same number formats as found in Excel (General, Integer, Currency, etc.). Currently I have ID numbers showing with commas, and it's annoying. The only workaround seems to create ANOTHER column with a calculated field. But this has been complained about on various forums across the internet. Please add this. :)

    39 votes
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  7. Azure Event Grid integration for all Office 365 platforms (SharePoint, Outlook, Dynamics 365 etc)

    All Office 365 platforms, starting with SharePoint should be integrated with & emit Azure Event Grid events! Imagine a user creates or views a file in SharePoint Online and an appropriate Event Grid event is emitted and subscribers notified. Or imagine an Office 365 email is sent or received an appropriate Event Grid event is emitted and subscribers notified etc.

    Current solutions require polling change logs which is extremely inefficient, does not scale well & suffers from throttling issues.

    The detail of events emitted should be configurable so that all or partial meta-data is supported.

    31 votes
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  8. SPO anchor links need to work after authentication is completed

    Microsoft's engineering team confirmed that after authentication is completed and redirected to the original SharePoint URL, the fragment (#anything-after-the-hash) part in original URL is missing due to its current design. This is part of a browser limitation as the browser itself doesn't send the URL fragment to the server.

    22 votes
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  9. Share an ‘early warning’ from Microsoft of SharePoint Online changes that could potentially ‘break’ custom CSS

    Is there a way to obtain an ‘early warning’ from Microsoft of SharePoint Online changes that could potentially ‘break’ custom CSS rules and formatting.

    Currently, custom formatted SharePoint Online sites simply break when CSS changes are released that alter tags or divs that have been targeted.

    19 votes
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  10. Column formatting Office URI

    Can you please allow the JSON column formatting to support the Office URI schemas - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/client-developer/office-uri-schemes?

    This would allow simple links to open documents from a library as templates.

    At the moment, if I construct an <a> tag then it will reject anything that does not start with http.

    17 votes
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  11. JSON Formatting: regional settings with date

    When using @now to format views/columns using JSON the date is taken as the US style (mm/dd/yyyy) regardless of the regional settings of the tenant. It would be useful if it either uses the date format of the tenant, or allows the user to specify the date format. For more details of the problem see here: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/msonline/en-US/21712788-fafa-4898-9cee-897d1b3afb88/modern-list-view-formatting-with-uk-dates?forum=onlineservicessharepoint

    12 votes
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  12. Add CSS grid support for View Formatting

    It makes sense that column formatting does not use CSS grids but view formatting could really stand to support them. This would allow people to use grids to make custom lists view formats and expand the use cases of lists by modifying the layout to a much higher degree.

    11 votes
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  13. Support excel like functions in view formatting.

    Currently list formatting supports excel like expressions. It would be nice it it also supports excel like functions like IsNull or IsBlank.

    10 votes
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  14. view formatting support click to call using href=tel:

    Expand the SharePoint View formatting schema to support click to call URLs. This would allow a url such as <a href='tel:555-555-1212'>555-555-1212</a> to be created using SharePoint's json view formatting. Today 'tel:' protocol is not supported. The following is an example of the requested syntax to create a click to call url from data in a "Phone" column.

            {
    
    &quot;elmType&quot;: &quot;a&quot;,
    &quot;txtContent&quot;: &quot;[$Phone]&quot;,
    &quot;attributes&quot;: {
    &quot;target&quot;: &quot;_blank&quot;,
    &quot;href&quot;: &quot;=&#39;tel:&#39; + [$Phone]&quot;
    }
    }

    9 votes
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  15. Add more actions to rowFormatter schema

    Maybe this isn't the right place but:
    Consider adding a few more actions to the rowFormatter's customAction property. Currently we have:
    "defaultClick",
    "executeFlow",
    "share",
    "delete",
    "editItemProps"

    In addition to these we could use the following to round out basic list/library operations in custom views:
    "checkIn"
    "checkOut"
    "openVersionHistory" - should do exactly what the option does for documents/list items
    "publish"
    "alertMe"

    View formatting is awesome, really great user experience and a very easy to support light-weight dev solution, so let's finish it up!

    9 votes
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  16. Provide an option to hide webparts in modern webpart toolbox

    Please give us the option to hide webparts on a site level from the webpart toolbox. E.g. if I don't want my users to use the twitter webpart or any other custom or OOTB webparts. Currently there is no way to control what webpart is visibile on what sites. We could do this in classic by adding/removing webparts from the webpart gallery. Some webparts just don't make sense on certain sites. Some webparts don't work on certain sites. There are so many reasons, this is just a must-have!

    8 votes
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  17. Support "object-fit" style attribute for list column formatting

    The list of supported style attributes should really contain "object-fit". Right now it is not supported. It's handy for scaling images properly.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/declarative-customization/column-formatting#style

    https://caniuse.com/#search=object-fit

    8 votes
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  18. The ability to brand digest newsletters

    I would like the ability to brand the news digest email header using our corporate logo and colour rather than the Microsoft and SharePoint logos.

    8 votes
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  19. Conditionally show or hide columns in a SharePoint list or library NEW, Edit & DISPLAY forms

    The new feature "Conditionally show or hide columns in a SharePoint list or library form" is great when working with the VIEW form: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/declarative-customization/list-form-conditional-show-hide#specify-conditional-formula-to-show-or-hide-columns

    Can this feature be extended to include NEW, EDIT and DISPLAY forms?

    It would not replace PowerApp forms, but rather give editors and site owners ability to add very basic logic into their SharePoint forms.

    For example: =if([$Category]=='Product Management','true', 'false')
    If this formula were applied to a field in a NEW or EDIT form (of a SharePoint list or Library), then the field would only be visible when the Category field’s value was set to ‘Product…

    7 votes
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  20. Allow Visual Studio to debug SharepPoint-Online-Apps

    Moin Moin.

    Can You, please add the functionality used manually in "https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/use-app-catalog&quot; to Visual-Studio's deployment-logic, in order to acheive, that a debugging-session for a SharepPoint-Apps can be used with SharepPoint-Online.
    It effectively means, that Visual-Studio is deploying the app "manually" using the HTTP-Api the browser is using, and then starting the debug-session with the correct Visual-Studio-Browser/User-Debugging-Context.

        Tschüß,
    
    Michael.

    7 votes
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