Lists in Microsoft Teams: Comment and @mention people on list items in Teams

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.

This feature will roll out on desktop, web and mobile.

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Microsoft Lists: mobile app (iOS) – built on SharePoint

Access all lists you own and that have been shared with you – all on the go. You’ll be able to create new lists, edit list items and easily share with other people. The Lists app will first come to iOS and Android shortly after.
More info: https://aka.ms/MSLists

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Microsoft Lists: visual UI for read-only fields

Lists fields will show people when a field is edit-only and screen reader support when a field is read-only.

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Microsoft Lists: updated Yes/No column experiences – powered by SharePoint

List items with a Yes/No column, in and out of Quick Edit mode, will appear using the new experience design format – making it easier to create and more accessible to consume.
More info: https://support.microsoft.com/office/list-and-library-column-types-and-options-0d8ddb7b-7dc7-414d-a283-ee9dca891df7

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Microsoft Lists: Enabling commenting to Lists app in Teams

Bringing web commenting experience to Lists app in Teams. Add/delete a comment on list items to collaborate and share better within the Teams canvas.

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Microsoft Lists: forms customization – built on SharePoint

Adjust what information shows on the out-of-box forms and include custom header and footer imagery and information.
More info: https://aka.ms/MSLists

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Microsoft Lists: updated Yes/No column experiences – powered by SharePoint

List items with a Yes/No column, in and out of Quick Edit mode, will appear using the new experience design format – making it easier to create and more accessible to consume.
More info: https://support.microsoft.com/office/list-and-library-column-types-and-options-0d8ddb7b-7dc7-414d-a283-ee9dca891df7

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Microsoft Lists: Grid view keyboard improvements

When you edit in grid view (previously ‘Quick edit’), you will have a faster editing experience that adheres to greater levels of accessibility. Navigate across rows and columns using the tab key. Plus, pressing Enter enbales you to edit that field. Clicking Enter on a new row saves the new item. And pressing the Esc key closes editor.

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Microsoft Lists: sticky first column – built on SharePoint

As you scroll left and right, the first column of your list remains in place; similar to the sticky header that is already a part of Lists.
More info: https://aka.ms/MSLists

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Microsoft Lists: visual UI for read-only fields

Lists fields will show people when a field is edit-only and screen reader support when a field is read-only.

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