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MC600726 – (Updated) Microsoft Lists User Experience Update (archived)

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*For this entry exists the more relevant or more recent entry MC709979

check before: 2023-07-06

Product:

Microsoft Lists, Power Apps, SharePoint

Platform:

Online, US Instances, Web, World tenant

Status:

Launched

Change type:

Admin impact, Feature update, Updated message, User impact

Details:

Update October 20, 2023: Thank you so much for the feedback on this feature rollout. We have listened to your feedback and are making changes to the feature as follows:
Lists with the new experience will continue to open inside the Lists app when they are opened from Lists Home, a sharing link or a direct link.
Any list navigation in a SharePoint context will now fall back to the old experience and will not get the feature updates as described in this blog post. We are working on a future rollout that will bring support to these Lists, in-line with the feedback we’ve gotten from customers so far.
Rollout schedule has been updated below to reflect the above changes. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]

Targeted Release: Roll-out complete for Lists opened from Lists Home, a sharing link or a direct link. Rollout stopped for Lists opened in SharePoint sites.
Standard Release: Roll-out complete for Lists opened from Lists Home, a sharing link or a direct link. Roll-out stopped for Lists opened in SharePoint sites.
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.

Change Category:
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Scope:
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Release Phase:
General Availability, Targeted Release, Targeted Release (Entire Organization)

Created:
2023-06-22

updated:
2023-10-21

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2023-10-21MC MessagesUpdated August 16, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]

Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-August 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete rollout by late September (previously late July).
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in early October 2023 (previously early August) and expect to complete rollout by late November 2023 (previously late October 2023).
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
Update October 20, 2023: Thank you so much for the feedback on this feature rollout. We have listened to your feedback and are making changes to the feature as follows:
Lists with the new experience will continue to open inside the Lists app when they are opened from Lists Home, a sharing link or a direct link.
Any list navigation in a SharePoint context will now fall back to the old experience and will not get the feature updates as described in this blog post. We are working on a future rollout that will bring support to these Lists, in-line with the feedback we’ve gotten from customers so far.
Rollout schedule has been updated below to reflect the above changes. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]

Targeted Release: Roll-out complete for Lists opened from Lists Home, a sharing link or a direct link. Rollout stopped for Lists opened in SharePoint sites.
Standard Release: Roll-out complete for Lists opened from Lists Home, a sharing link or a direct link. Roll-out stopped for Lists opened in SharePoint sites.
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
2023-10-21MC How AffectUsers in affected tenants will see Lists feature updates as described in this blog post. These improvements will reach all Lists, except those that have been configured with the following features:
SharePoint Framework extensions
PowerApps forms
Approvals
The Playlist template
Lists that are using these features will not receive the new user experience with this feature rollout. Future rollouts will bring support for Lists that are using these features.
Lists with the new experience will always open inside the Lists app, whether those lists are opened from Lists Home, a sharing link, a direct link, or a link in SharePoint navigation. This means SharePoint site elements like the header and left navigation will not be shown on initial load. There are two ways to show these site elements in a List:
Users can click the “Open in Site” button in the upper right corner of the list. This causes the List to reload inside the parent SharePoint site with those site elements visible on the page.
Admins can set a property on a site collection to make all lists in that site collection always load with the site elements intact. This property is called ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation. This an example PowerShell cmdlet that will set this property for a site given its URL: Set-SPOSite -Identity https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/site1 -ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation $true
Site owners can navigate to the Navigation Elements settings page and configure a new setting called “Lists in Sites.” This setting causes navigation links to lists in that site collection to always open inside the parent SharePoint site.
Users in affected tenants will see Lists feature updates as described in this blog post. These improvements will reach all Lists, except those that have been configured with the following features:
SharePoint Framework extensions
PowerApps forms
Approvals
The Playlist template
Lists that are using these features will not receive the new user experience with this feature rollout. Future rollouts will bring support for Lists that are using these features.
2023-10-21MC Last Updated08/17/2023 00:17:062023-10-20T22:39:31Z
2023-10-21MC End Time01/15/2024 08:00:002023-11-20T08:00:00Z
2023-10-21MC prepareYou don’t need to do anything to prepare for this change.
The ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation setting is currently available if you wish to proactively set this setting to prepare for this rollout. Doing so will mean that lists inside those sites will always be shown with SharePoint site elements like the header and left navigation.
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=124867
You don’t need to do anything to prepare for this change.
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=124867
2023-08-17MC Last Updated08/07/2023 20:52:422023-08-17T00:17:06Z
2023-08-17MC MessagesUpdated July 18, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-August 2023 (previously late July) and expect to complete rollout by late August (previously early August).
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late August (previously early August) and expect to complete rollout by early October 2023 (previously late September).
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
Updated August 16, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]

Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-August 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete rollout by late September (previously late July).
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in early October 2023 (previously early August) and expect to complete rollout by late November 2023 (previously late October 2023).
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
2023-08-17MC End Time11/06/2023 08:00:002024-01-15T08:00:00Z
2023-08-08MC MessagesUpdated July 18, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete rollout by early August 2023 (previously late July).
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in early August 2023 (previously late July) and expect to complete rollout by early October 2023 (previously late September).
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
Updated July 18, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-August 2023 (previously late July) and expect to complete rollout by late August (previously early August).
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late August (previously early August) and expect to complete rollout by early October 2023 (previously late September).
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
2023-08-08MC Last Updated07/18/2023 21:37:462023-08-07T20:52:42Z
2023-07-19MC Last Updated07/14/2023 02:09:342023-07-18T21:37:46Z
2023-07-19MC MessagesUpdated July 13, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-July and expect to complete rollout by late July.
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late July and expect to complete rollout by late September.
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
Updated July 18, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete rollout by early August 2023 (previously late July).
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in early August 2023 (previously late July) and expect to complete rollout by early October 2023 (previously late September).
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
2023-07-19MC End Time10/31/2023 08:00:002023-11-06T08:00:00Z
2023-07-15MC MessagesUpdated July 5, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-July and expect to complete rollout by late July.
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late July and expect to complete rollout by late September.
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
Updated July 13, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-July and expect to complete rollout by late July.
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late July and expect to complete rollout by late September.
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
2023-07-15MC How AffectUsers in affected tenants will see Lists feature updates as described in this blog post. These improvements will reach all Lists, except those that have been configured with the following features:
SharePoint Framework extensions
PowerApps forms
Approvals
The Playlist template
Lists that are using these features will not receive the new user experience with this feature rollout. Future rollouts will bring support for Lists that are using these features.
Lists with the new experience will always open inside the Lists app, whether those lists are opened from Lists Home, a sharing link, a direct link, or a link in SharePoint navigation. This means SharePoint site elements like the header and left navigation will not be shown on initial load. There are two ways to show these site elements in a List:
Users can click the “Open in Site” button in the upper right corner of the list. This causes the List to reload inside the parent SharePoint site with those site elements visible on the page.
Admins can set a property on a site collection to make all lists in that site collection always load with the site elements intact. This property is called ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation. This an example PowerShell cmdlet that will set this property for a site given its URL: Set-SPOSite -Identity https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/site1 -ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation $true
When this change rolls out, there is one workaround to be aware of. Gallery views that have a Group By specified will be displayed in list mode. This is because of an issue where gallery views and group by are mutually exclusive. To get gallery mode back inside this view, remove the Group By. This issue will be resolved in August and you will no longer need this workaround to see gallery cards properly.
Users in affected tenants will see Lists feature updates as described in this blog post. These improvements will reach all Lists, except those that have been configured with the following features:
SharePoint Framework extensions
PowerApps forms
Approvals
The Playlist template
Lists that are using these features will not receive the new user experience with this feature rollout. Future rollouts will bring support for Lists that are using these features.
Lists with the new experience will always open inside the Lists app, whether those lists are opened from Lists Home, a sharing link, a direct link, or a link in SharePoint navigation. This means SharePoint site elements like the header and left navigation will not be shown on initial load. There are two ways to show these site elements in a List:
Users can click the “Open in Site” button in the upper right corner of the list. This causes the List to reload inside the parent SharePoint site with those site elements visible on the page.
Admins can set a property on a site collection to make all lists in that site collection always load with the site elements intact. This property is called ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation. This an example PowerShell cmdlet that will set this property for a site given its URL: Set-SPOSite -Identity https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/site1 -ListsShowHeaderAndNavigation $true
Site owners can navigate to the Navigation Elements settings page and configure a new setting called “Lists in Sites.” This setting causes navigation links to lists in that site collection to always open inside the parent SharePoint site.
2023-07-15MC Last Updated07/06/2023 06:13:202023-07-14T02:09:34Z
2023-07-06MC MessagesThis update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, and more.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-July and expect to complete rollout by late July.
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late July and expect to complete rollout by late September.
Updated July 5, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
This update improves the overall performance of Microsoft Lists and introduces new features, including the ability to add ratings to any list, drag and/or paste images directly into a list, see who is collaborating with you in real-time, switch views by clicking tabs, view date/time values in your preferred date settings and timezone, and more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 124867
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rollout in mid-July and expect to complete rollout by late July.
Standard Release: We will begin rollout in late July and expect to complete rollout by late September.
Note: Some users may see this feature before others in your organization.
2023-07-06MC TitleMicrosoft Lists User Experience Update(Updated) Microsoft Lists User Experience Update
2023-07-06MC Last Updated06/22/2023 01:23:552023-07-06T06:13:20Z
2023-07-06MC MessageTagNamesFeature update, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, Feature update, User impact, Admin impact

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