357 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSites Product Team (Product Owner, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thanks for making this suggestion. We don’t currently have plans to implement this, but would love to better understand the scenarios and need.
Do you expect that people are deleting pages, or changing pages/content names frequently enough that they’re breaking other pages/content without knowing it?
Is the site owner responsible for fixing that content or the authors/editors moving the content around?
Thanks for the suggestion. While this can accomplished via PnP Powershell today, we understand the desire to have a way to do it in the UX. We’ll add it to our backlog.
An error occurred while saving the commentAnonymous commented
Refer Anonymous comment below - I use highlight content and in list form if you would care to share the script :D
"I've tried to write a script that intercepts the href-links created by the highlighted content webpart and modifies the target, so the documents open in the respective client application. However, this only works if the highlighted content webpart is in list mode, as it does not create any href tags in its other display modes"