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  1. Add managed metadata term store operations to REST API

    Currently term store operations are only available via JSOM. It would be nice to see this added to the REST API as well.

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    Thanks for your feedback! Just a note to let you know that we’re building your suggestion now. We do apologize for the delay on getting this moving, but we are now working on exposing term store operation properly with REST API/Microsoft Graph. We will be covering any updates on the API status, before the actual release, in the SharePoint Dev community calls. Thanks, everyone for your input around this capability.

  2. Support .NET Core with CSOM

    Support .NET Core with CSOM

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    Thanks for your feedback! Just a note to let you know that we’re building your suggestion now. Just to be precise, we are looking into having a .NET Standard version of the CSOM package, so that it’s usable in both older .NET versions and also in the .NET Core. No ETA at this point, but happy to inform that work is in progress.

  3. REST API citizenship! (surface, roadmap and change log)

    Besides the lack of detailed documentation around the REST API, given its importance as a major entry point for apps, it needs to be treated with more respect as a service offering. It's currently being updated in CUs and on SharePoint online without any notification of the changes being made (such as the $metadata endpoint appearing - was it in the August 2013 CU for on-prem?). We either need it to be released in a non-breaking change model (URL versioning such as the Twilio model), or messaging needs to be improved so we know when things are going to be…

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    Thank you for your input. REST APIs are absolutely critical for the SharePoint Framework and for other customizations. We are working on improving the existing documentation and to ensure that you can more efficiently take advantage of the SharePoint REST APIs in your development.

  4. Prior to Modern Pages, we used to connect web parts to send data from one part to another. E.g., select a document from a document library w

    Prior to Modern Pages, we used to connect web parts to send data from one part to another. E.g., select a document from a document library and display a preview of it in a Page Viewer web part. It's so annoying that SharePoint no longer has that feature. Modern Pages seem to be less Modern than they should be. It's like a beginner's web page instead of something you can actually do real work in.

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    You should be happy to hear that we are working on this capability and it’s already supported with 3rd party web parts. More details will be released using our guidance and social media channels during the first quarter of 2019.

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