Updated April 01, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Resources in the SharePoint app bar will be expanding to include an entry point to Microsoft 365 Lists. Microsoft 365 Lists content is personalized to the individual user. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85641.
An entry point to Microsoft 365 Lists will appear in the SharePoint app bar after the files icon. Content in the Microsoft 365 lists panel is driven by Microsoft Graph and is personalized to user activity.
Note: The new Microsoft 365 Lists entry point cannot be disabled or customized.
- Targeted release: will begin rolling out in early January (previously late November) and is expected to be complete in mid-January (previously early December).
- Standard: will begin rolling out in mid-March (previously late January) and is expected to be complete in mid-April (previously late March).
- Roll-out: tenant level
- Action: Action: review and assess
How this will affect your organization
This new feature will allow users to be able to easily access and view Microsoft 365 Lists from the SharePoint app bar that have been followed and viewed often. In the Lists panel, users will be able to select the label to navigate to the Microsoft 365 Lists app. Additionally, users will be able to select the breadcrumb where they’ll navigate to the SharePoint site where the List is located.
- Lists that belong to an individual person and have not been shared with others will not be accessible.
Lists that belong to an individual person and have not been shared with others will not be accessible.
What you need to do to prepare
You do not need to do anything to prepare. M365 Lists cannot be disabled or customized. If you have not already enabled and customized global navigation in the SharePoint app bar, it’s highly recommended that you do to take advantage of the best navigational experience for end-users.
Message ID: MC295021
Published: 29 October 2021
Updated: 01 April 2022
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