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#MSIgnite and Microsoft Lists Announcements

SharePoint lists have been around for 20 years, and now they have been re-branded as “Microsoft Lists” and DRASTICALLY improved.  I created a video last month during my SharePoint Power Hour, Microsoft Lists First Look if you’d like to see that demo and explanation.

This week during Microsoft Ignite’s virtual conference, there have been several exciting announcements around Microsoft Lists.  Pretty awesome stuff!  They are everything you always wanted SharePoint lists to be!  Here are some of my favorite takeaways:

All of these improvements aren’t in the product right this minute, but it looks like at least half of them are already in my tenant.  Can’t wait to dig in!

Here are some of Microsoft’s videos about lists:

Here is the Microsoft Lists main home page.  I’m not sure why the Ignite Book of News doesn’t mention lists at all, but I think it’s pretty exciting!

Here is the Microsoft Lists Resource Center, which even has a Lists Look Book!

Also, check out Jeff Teper’s session at Ignite called Enabling collaboration, communication, and knowledge sharing with Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Project Cortex and more.  There are several re-plays of this session, and of course it’s recorded and you can watch any time.  He goes over Microsoft Lists and a bunch of other awesome SharePoint-related big announcements!

I’ll be live today in my session at Ignite Power Apps from woe to Go, which is a half-hour “Table talk”, an informal talk and Q&A with other Power Apps experts: Nick Doelman, Eric Suave, Geetha Sivasailam, and Shane Young.

Here’s my video demo last month, and note that all of the features that I mentioned above hadn’t been rolled out yet in Microsoft Lists.


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