1,022 votesworking on it · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We are hard at work on this capability now. We’ll release it early next year.
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Thank you for your input. We are investigating the options for enabling this. However, there is unfortunately nothing on the immediate road map.
Great idea! Maybe even support this down to the site collection level, not just tenant level settings.
Thank you for everyone who has been providing feedback on this thread. There is a variety of work happening to make it easier for people to save to/from OneDrive and SharePoint. There are no specifics and ETA’s to share at this point.
Drag and drop, *or* right-click to save attachments into a SharePoint library. Kind of like the old "Save As" right-click function. Simple enough to pull a list of associated SPO libraries from Graph, I would think, since your O365 SharePoint tile already does this.
There's a Flow that already saves all attachments into a OneDrive folder, and another that saves OneDrive files into a SPO library - why not cut out the middleman?
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494 votesworking on it · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
As of March 2019 this feature is available to all users of the list/library webparts on modern publishing pages, and to 50% of First Release users in the full page lists/library app. We are continuing to roll this out to all users, but it’s part of a collection of other features, and we have paused rollout a few times to address requests and changes in those other features.
Note this feature is available only in SharePoint Online
Agreed. Custom columns on lists seems like a relatively easy function to support, as it basically forms the foundation of Sharepoint. Thanks for considering.