Sharepoint tab linked to a list, a library or even a specific view
At present, when adding a SharePoint tab, you can only link to a site. Since sites may be shared among several teams, team members will still have to browse the site to find material relevant for the actual channel. It would be nice if a tab could pull up a specific custom list, library or even a specific view of a library. That would keep stuff on the site in context for that particular channel.
Pinning the entire document library is supported today. Learn more here, https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/add-a-sharepoint-page-or-list-to-a-channel-in-teams-131edef1-455f-4c67-a8ce-efa2ebf25f0b.
We currently do not support pinning a specific folder, but we are considering this feature.
Currently we can only add lists that are inside a team, which doesn't really work for us. We have lists we work on that are present on other sites (e.g. time tracking).
Adding them as a website works but it's really clunky, it would be great if it was added as a SharePoint list.
John Bevis commented
SharePoint doc library is setup in a tree structure to coincide with individual client cases. The lawyer teams setup in MSTeams who must work with their specific client case must be able to access the sub-folder and the many sub-sub-folders associated with their case and no other case due to privacy issues.
Microsoft Teams must have the ability to link to a specific folder within SharePoint Document Libraries.
Dans un canal, l'onglet "fichier" présent par défaut vers une bibliothèque SP devrait permettre d'afficher les éventuelles vues créée pour la bibliothèque. il faudrait aussi pouvoir sélectionner une vue par défaut. Idem si l'on ajoute un onglet vers un Bib SP qui comporte des vues (sélection d'une vue par défaut et possibilité de changer de vue)
We have a project archive with seperate project folder in sharepoint. In teams I would like to link specific subfolder of our sharepoint archiv to a specific team.
Juan Carlos commented
Hello, this is so true and it's very annoying. A lot of time is wasted having to navigate back to the used file.
Hi, is there any update on this feature? I see that the Teams UI has the ability to add SharePoint lists but it only displays lists on the actual team site and doesn't allow entry of a URL to an external SharePoint list.
Have I got this right? - it would seem this misses the point
Jim-Barry Behar commented
This needs to allow cross-tenant linking of Sharepoint document libraries - when we have guests from an external tenant, we need to be able to link the library on a tab in (possibly) an internal team
Currently adding a Sharepoint document library assumes it's in the current tenant instead of allowing a URL of any other valid Sharepoint document library
Lists are glaringly missing, these are very useful to track various things , for now I 've had to add and excel tab - ugly and a backwards step. e.g. list of pilot users data, list of issues
I've added a few tabs linking to different SharePoint pages, they all belong in the same Teams SharePoint Online site. On Teams Desktop, none of the pages will load unless I load a tab linking to Home first. And I don't need to load Home of the existing group, even if I load Home from a different group, then the other pages will then load, but if I don't do this, I get nothing, no even an error. This is weird ...
Lists are my favorite part of SharePoint! I want my list to be viewable in Teams (but not editable). My Team site is for our IT procurement. We manage our invoices, contracts, and budget information there. I want my Vendor Information list to be a Tab so that we have ready access to our contact people, contract #s and billing details. It would be one stop shopping for all of our IT procurement needs.
Seems like a great feature. Our use case is as follows.
We work together with our clients in Teams to collaborate and share documents. One of the things we would like to setup is a "issue list" or "open items" so we can easily add and view items that need attention during the project.
If you need more info , please let me know.
Lists is the start point of a lot of our internal workflow and thus it will be much helpful for users to directly open (pin as an Teams tab) and add new items or update them.
Or else they will have to open a separate window to access sharepoint and thus impact the efficiency.
We are rolling out Teams to our organization, and SharePoint list can not be integrated to Teams tab or Teams file. We wish to edit , update, even create SharePoint list within Teams.
The ability to target a specific folder in a document library or a specific view of a list. As others have mentioned, we have a shared document library (ours if for user documentation) and specific channels for specific products. So having a way to show content relevant to that channel would be excellent.
our use case: we have a central doclib in Project center(an SP site), containing all customers and their docs.
and we create teams as collab spaces for each customer.
Ideally, we would like to embed as teams tab only that part of doclib mentioned above, that is relevant to the collab team, and work on it. So the solution proposed above, - allowing to embed a specific view, most probably wouldt fit.
another alternative that would help is an option to add folder or specific view rather than whole doclib with the feature "Add Cloud Storage".
Bjorn Foster commented
Call me greedy, but I'd like to have the same document library modern UI experience in Teams desktop and web browser -- apps, views, menus, content type document templates, etc. In each channel we currently have a website tab called FILES! pointing to the same library as Files. Many users are confused about why we have Files listed twice. And if you can't give us full SPO library experience in Teams, then at least allow us to delete/hide the default Files tab and kill the "If your site isn't loading correctly, click here" warning for any *.sharepoint.com urls.
When trying to execute a flow from a sharepoint list embedded as a Team tab, it does not seem to work. When doing the same directly from the sharepoint site, it works
Detlef Scholz commented
Open a SP-link on a mobile device brings you to the sharepoint-app. I 'd prefer to stay in teams like opening the document tab.
Showing a defined SP-view with e.g. additional infos also would be fine. Trying to open a SP-AllItems.aspx-link on a mobile device isn't possible.
If in the SP list shown in the Team tab, there are names/people fields, would be great if these fields are processed so that we can click on them/mouse over to get contact details/initiate calls/video/etc.
[Deleted User] commented
Ability to set the view to a different view is essential. Please can we get this :)