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794 votesnot in our plans right now · AdminSites Product Team (Product Owner, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thank you for submitting this suggestion and voting on it. We have two events/calendar solutions in modern pages today. The events web part has card based event tiles, powered by events lists. You can roll-up events from multiple sites into one page, but there isn’t currently a wall calendar view.
Alternatively you can select to leverage a group calendar, and pull all of your events (including recurring events) from Exchange. This too is a compact card based view.
While we understand a wall calendar view is desirable, we’re not working on it at this time.
An error occurred while saving the commentJami Ng commented
I would like to really emphasize this. We have a large population of users in our tenant with sites caught in the in-between state of modern and classic because we are lacking a calendar layout in the modern site pages. Several of these sites use these calendars for leave request solutions though they also track various intake scenarios this way also. Trust me, I have tried and tried to convert them to a life without the calendar and they have already given up so much and adapted to other features and functional changes - they aren't letting go. We are working hard to modernize our tools and convert, but there are some expectations here for being able to see a calendar view of this data. The new modern list view is nice but it feels like it is incomplete without being able to display it anywhere other than the list. And honestly, when a majority of content owners prefer their users interact with a web part instead of their data source, they simply won't have any use for it (wasted feature).
It would be really lovely if you could prioritize what we feel is a basic organizational tool that has always been used by varying types of staff in all organizations. This shouldn't be extra - dates are a standard data type, why isn't the calendar piece standard also?