Microsoft Lists: Add or update images in Microsoft Lists via Power Apps

Power Apps image controls are now fully connected with image columns in Microsoft Lists. You can add, update, or delete images from a list via a Power App.


Microsoft Lists Formatting: Update to filepreview elmType in custom formatters

Custom Formatters allow users to write declarative JSON to emit HTML. The “filepreview” elmType was introduced to show thumbnails in SharePoint document libraries with a fallback “fileType icon” for the cases when thumbnails aren’t available.

We came across a usage of this feature that allowed embedding external URLs on a SharePoint list. While we understand the powerful scenarios this could open up, we would want to make sure we permit it post due diligence and after addressing any security concerns.


Microsoft Lists calendar view conditional formatting

The new feature, Microsoft Lists: Conditional formatting on calendar view, helps customize the calendar to meet specific requirements. Items in a list calendar view can be color coded based on conditions or rules specified on the fields available in the view. These rules can be managed using the ‘Format current view’ section of the Calendar view.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93360


Microsoft Lists: Calendar view item drag and drop

The new feature, Microsoft Lists: Calendar view item drag, and drop will help reorganize Lists items in a calendar view. Users will be able to reschedule items by dragging and dropping them from one day to another in a Calendar view, or by pulling an item from the ‘Unscheduled’ pane that appears on the right, within Calendar view.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 93285


Microsoft Lists for Android

With this new app, your users will now be able to access their Microsoft Lists (including SharePoint lists) on the go anytime, anywhere by using Microsoft Lists for Android.

With Lists, you can manage events, track issues and assets, help with new-employee onboarding, and keep coordinated across inventory. With access on the go, easy sharing and quick photo capture, you can keep everyone connected with the latest information using Microsoft Lists.


Microsoft Lists Calendar: Unscheduled Pane

The new feature, Microsoft Lists Calendar: Unscheduled Pane, will allow users to review all the 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.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93223.


Create and manage Power Apps from Microsoft Lists within Microsoft Teams

Build low-code, mobile-friendly apps from Microsoft Lists directly inside of Microsoft Teams via a new integration with Power Apps. A published app can be added as a tab in a Teams channel and shared with the rest of your team, while maintaining its data connection to the list.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88894.


SharePoint: Microsoft Lists Customizable Command Bar

You can personalize a list to suit your needs by customizing the command bar. Like how you can customize form headers and footers, the JSON based feature will allow basic changes to the command bar, including modification of icon or text, hiding existing options or adding new commands.


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.


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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