Microsoft Lists: Custom list templates

This new feature will support the addition of custom list templates from your organization alongside the ready-made templates Microsoft provides to make it easy to get started tracking and managing information.

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Microsoft Lists: Sync your lists for improved performance and offline access

Your lists now automatically sync to your Windows device, improving performance when you work with your lists and allowing you to continue your work even when you’re offline or lose your internet connection.

  • Lists sync is powered by a new general-purpose sync engine that gets packaged, installed, and updated through the OneDrive sync app’s existing update mechanism.
  • The data is stored in a local database and requests are handled through a secure localhost HTTP server. Lists sync runs as a separate background process (Microsoft Nucleus.exe).

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Install web version of Microsoft Lists as a Progressive Web App (PWA)

You can now install the web version of Microsoft Lists as a Progressive Web App (PWA) in Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox or other browser that supports Progressive Web Apps (with the exception of Safari). After you install the web version of Microsoft Lists as a Progressive Web App, you can launch it from your desktop, and it will work the same way as it does in your web browser. it will work similarly to any stand-alone desktop application.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 82041.

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Microsoft Lists: @mention people in comments

You’ll now be able to “mention” people you work with while adding a new comment to a list Item. This will help people share and collaborate on list items.

The person who receives a notification can click a link that takes them directly to the comment in context, review the comment, and take the requested action.

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Power Apps can now display images from Microsoft Lists

Power Apps image controls can now display images that are stored in image columns in Microsoft Lists. Images can be displayed in four sizes: small, medium, large, or full.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 81986

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Sharing Links for Microsoft Lists is now available!

This release will allow users to now share Microsoft Lists using the same sharing links that they have been using for files and folders.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 81965 

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Setting to turn off/on comments for a list

This new feature will enable users to soon be able to turn off/on comments for individual lists. Any user with manage list permission on the list will be able to access this setting in Advanced settings under List settings.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 70706.

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SharePoint and Microsoft Lists: Export Lists to CSV

So you are aware: We have recently rolled out the capability to export Microsoft Lists to CSV files to all environments.

When this will happen

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Microsoft Lists: Grid view keyboard improvements

This new SharePoint feature will allow users to edit in grid view, and have a faster editing experience and greater levels of accessibility than before.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 70670.

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Enable Intune app protection policies (APP) for Microsoft Lists on iOS

The Microsoft Lists iOS app is now configurable as a first party app in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. This allows app to be targeted to ensure that the data accessed is protected by app protection policies. The app now also supports conditional access deployment through Azure admin portal.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 70752

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