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  1. Ability to upgrade all Apps in environment on update in App Catalog via Store or Side load

    Currently when you deploy an App, any instances of the App will not upgrade until manually done via User Interface. It would be great to be able to Upgrade the App in the App Catalog from the Store or via Side Loading and it upgrade all instances at once.

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  2. Enabled Javascript in Modern view

    I have implemented, JSlink for the Document library's default view, where JSLink associated at field level to get field properties and invoke Java script functions to get the properties and do some tweaks.

    We want to have same type of approach with the Modern view also. As per Microsoft still it not supported in Modern view of library. Any alternate way to achieve this?

    I have already tried with the custom Action at the document library Toolbar (associate custom action with Content type), but the issue is it not support JavaScript calling.

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