Category: SharePoint Online

Microsoft Lists: Calendar view item drag and drop

Microsoft Lists: Calendar view item drag and drop

Microsoft is introducing item drag and drop feature for calendar views which will allow users to easily reorganize list items in a calendar view. Users will be able to reschedule items by dragging and dropping them from one day to another day in a Calendar view.

Unscheduled Pane in Microsoft Lists Calendar Views

Unscheduled Pane in Microsoft Lists Calendar Views

Microsoft is introducing this new feature, Unscheduled Pane, which will allow users to review all the list items not yet appearing in the calendar view due to missing dates. These items will appear on the Unscheduled tab within the events pane to the right of the Calendar view.

Manage Microsoft Teams and channel connected team sites in SharePoint admin center

Manage Microsoft Teams and channel connected team sites in SharePoint admin center

With growing adoption of Microsoft Teams and Channels Microsoft heard the feedback to simplify management of Teams and Channel connected sites. So now, when you go to a teams-connected site in SharePoint admin center, you see all corresponding channel sites and can ensure that right optional security policies are inherited from the parent site.

Show/Hide See all link from SharePoint list/library web parts

Show/Hide See all link from SharePoint list/library web parts

When you add a List web part or Document Library web part on modern pages to show the (filtered) list items or documents, it shows See all link at the top right corner of web part as given in below image. By clicking this See all link, users can navigate to the full list/library page.

Introducing Embed web part in SharePoint spaces

Introducing Embed web part in SharePoint spaces

Microsoft is introducing Embed web part in SharePoint spaces which will allow users to show SharePoint pages or HTML pages embed content as an interactable overlay on a SharePoint space. Space viewers will see a thumbnail image in the 3D space that can be viewed as a fully functional HTML overlay when selected by the user.

SharePoint Online/Microsoft Lists: @mention people in list comments using SharePoint REST API

SharePoint Online/Microsoft Lists: @mention people in list comments using SharePoint REST API

Microsoft added @mentioning feature to list item comments using which you "mention" the people you work with while adding a new comment to a list Item. Then, mentioned people will receive an email notification with a link to the list comment.

Set up a SharePoint home site from the SharePoint admin center

Set up a SharePoint home site from the SharePoint admin center

https://anchor.fm/s/60201a9c/podcast/rss SharePoint Home site is the main landing site for your SharePoint intranet. You can set only one SharePoint site as a home site which must be a communication site. SharePoint home site is required to enable & customize the global navigation in SharePoint app bar and to use Microsoft Viva connections in Microsoft Teams. In my earlier … Continue reading Set up a SharePoint home site from the SharePoint admin center

Add Modern Calendar to a SharePoint Online page using List web part

Add Modern Calendar to a SharePoint Online page using List web part

In my earlier blog, add modern calendar to a SharePoint online page, I explained how you can show modern calendar list view on SharePoint Online modern pages using Embed web part. I used embed web part because modern calendar views were not supported in SharePoint out of the box List web part at that time. Now, Microsoft is rolling out a new feature which will support modern calendar views in Lists web part.

Microsoft Teams now supports comments and @mentions in SharePoint/Microsoft Lists

Microsoft Teams now supports comments and @mentions in SharePoint/Microsoft Lists

The new release will bring the commenting capability available for Lists on the web to Lists within Teams. Users will be able to view, delete, and add comments on a list item inside Teams. Comments will stay with the list item regardless of it opening on SharePoint, Microsoft Lists on the web, or Teams.