【Office365】Major Change Update @2019/2/7( Sharepoint : モダンUI 一本化へ )

Office365 に関する Major Change Update 情報(2019/2/7付)をご案内いたします。Sharepointが テナントレベルで クラシックモード を強制することができなくなります

これに伴い、2019年4月1日以降、リストとライブラリが自動的に モダン化 されるようです。 モダンUI 自体は、Webパーツやビュー関連の新機能が追加されており非常に便利です。しかしながら、何らかの理由により モダンUI の採用をあえて見送っていた場合や、 モダン化 の準備ができているか全くわからない場合には要注意ですね。

PowerShell によって モダン化 を無効にする等の対応策はあるようですが、ご心配の方は、まずは SharePoint モダン化スキャナー を利用して、ご自身のサイトにおける モダン化 の準備状況を確認されてはいかがでしょうか。

 

※ Nortification の解釈に誤りがございましたら申し訳ございません。

≪Nortification≫

We’re making some changes to how environments can opt out of modern lists in SharePoint.
Starting April 1, 2019, we’re going to begin retiring the ability to opt out of modern lists at the tenant level.

[How does this impact me?] In 2016, we introduced a new “modern” experience for SharePoint, bringing extensibility, accessibility, and responsive design to a complete overhaul of the user experience. Since then, modern has been the center of innovation in SharePoint and OneDrive, although classic mode remains supported and available.

We’re making it easier for users to get to our latest feature updates. Starting April 1, 2019, it will no longer be possible to restrict an entire organization (tenant) to classic mode for lists and libraries. Lists and libraries may still use classic mode using the granular opt-out switches that we provide at the site collection, site, list, and library levels. Additionally, lists that use certain features and customizations that are not supported by modern will still be automatically switched to classic mode.

After April 1, lists and libraries that are in classic mode as a result of tenant opt-out will automatically be shifted to modern. Users will benefit from enhancements and new features such as attention views, PowerApps integration, Flow, column formatting, and the filters pane.

[What should I do to prepare for this change?] The SharePoint Modernization scanner identifies sites and lists that have customizations that are not supported by modern UI. Although many of these lists will automatically remain in classic mode even after this change, you may wish to keep some sites running entirely in classic to avoid users switching between different experience modes within a single site.

Administrators can use a PowerShell script to enable or disable the modern experience for a single site collection or for a list of site collections as provided by the SharePoint Modernization scanner. Alternately, users can still use the “return to classic” option on modern views of lists or libraries to temporary return to classic, and list owners can use List Settings to configure that list to use the classic experience for all users.