Customizing the Sharepoint home page showing frequent sites and suggested sites
Customizing the Sharepoint home page showing frequent sites and suggested sites, since there are confidential sites that should not be displayed to users of the system
Victoria Etherington commented
The SharePoint frequent sites page is an unmitigated nightmare!! There are "frequent" sites showing that have actually been deleted weeks prior, yet ones that I use all day every day take an age to display! There needs to be a way or organising this and being able to Edit
James Voss commented
Any updates on this "feature" being resolved? Not being able to modify this site, or change where the app launcher takes you to begin with, is a huge issue.
Frequent sites should be frequent to my specific user, not based on the rest of the users with access to the parent sharepoint site.
Rocky Allinger commented
How is this still not fixed?!
David Richards commented
all the below comments and i see no answer on how to remove a deleted site from the home page favorites or frequent site?!? Has anyone figured this out?
Please add this feature. Deleting a site and still seeing it odd, non-intuitive and a broken feature.
Need this please!
Colm Counihan commented
It sounds like the "frequent" sites are not actually showing sites the logged in users is accessing frequently? Is that true?
Was thinking of promoting SPHome as a portal page for O365 . if it showed "frequently accessed" sites that would be a positive. If it shows the first sites that were accessed by the logged in user.. but not those "frequented" by the logged in user then this web part shouldn't be called "Frequent sites"
Sandy Brain commented
Please make frequent sites an optional feature that can be turned off by admins.
It is showing sites I need to give users access to but do not actually want them to visit.
Very frustrating having to try and find a workaround!
Most needed or at least give the ability to use a sharepoint root custom page as replacement for the sharepoint home.
Now with the site webpart and the other webparts that exist, it would make more sense!
I have a test site that has been deleted and now remains showing. How do I kill it?
Why can't we turn this entire feature off?
Yeong Shih commented
I am working on a test site then at the end need to remove it, but this setting keep the test site for me even the test site already get deleted. Cause a lot of issues.
Fred Rippeto commented
Please allow users to control (add, remove, reorder) "Frequent Sites" portion of SharePoint.
I have to wonder if the low number of votes is due to folks not knowing this suggestion exists. Searching the web shows lots of folks who agree (of those who even bother to say anything) but the votes here would suggest it is not a priority.
Is Microsoft commenting on this elsewhere?
Current implementation is about as idiotic as it comes. "Frequent sites" should mean just that, not the most recent site I happened to access once and don't need again being the first thing I see forever after. The most frequent site I use is now below the fold because I was searching for one thing and opened six other sites to find it.
Priorities appear to be a bit off! Microsoft has added functionality for mixed reality and AI into Sharepoint but still can't make basic customizations to the SharePoint company home page and the ability to remove auto-generated broken links to sites that no longer exist. The cart seems to be pretty far ahead of the horse and no one seems to care. This stems from a blind focus on features and not understanding the core purpose of your product.
Please allow us to modify the list of frequent sites removing only certain sites off the list.
We had a new trainee that opened a site we don't use, now we all have to see that incorrect site each day which other new trainee's think is a correct site for them...
Another great addition would be to add sites to a favorites list
Do the Sharepoint Team have any plans regarding this issue? Can we get some response?
i can't believe this is not working , it is a basic issue