Add taxonomy columns from modern library views

Updated Timeline: We apologize for not sending an earlier update regarding our delayed rollout. We delayed the feature release to ensure the best possible experience for our users, and it is now ready. As previously mentioned (MC238780 – February 2021), this new feature will enable the ability to add taxonomy columns directly to library views in modern SharePoint libraries.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88828.

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Microsoft Lists: Board View

This new feature, Microsoft Lists: Board View, will allow users to work with list data in a board format. This view is ideal when users want to track items as they move forward in a process or workflow.

  • Moving items through stages is as easy as dragging and dropping.
  • Users will be able to configure which columns from the list are displayed in the cards and in what order.

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Modern lookup columns

This new feature, Lookup columns, will allow you to connect a list to a column from another list you have on your site. Once connected, you can easily “lookup” other information and include this in your new list. This makes it easy to maintain team-level, centralized lists that contain information you use repeatedly.

Note: You can now create look up columns in modern list and document library UI.

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Microsoft Lists: Board View

View your list items in a board with swimlanes that represent their current progress.

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Microsoft Lists: Packaging list templates with Power Platform and rules

We’re pleased to announce new capabilities for custom list templates. As you design and define custom list templates, you can now program in Power Platform app experiences and Lists rules to be pre-created for use when a new list gets created. Note, you will continue to be able to manage which templates are available to which people, based on their job role – for both custom list templates and Microsoft-provided templates.

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Microsoft Lists: Improved lookup fields

Create lookup fields in modern list UI – no settings page required! This means you can program a list item (column) to ‘lookup’ another set of data of pre-populated, managed choices.

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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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