Enable full SharePoint navigation
I've linked to a communiction SharePoint homepage in a tab in teams expecting it to essentially be the full SharePoint experience but it cuts out the navigation and literally just shows the web parts of the home page.
I want to be able to navigate the SharePoint as normal from here but from some reason Teams cuts this out.
We're wanting to roll out a new onboarding site, and thought that it should naturally be pinned in Teams, however without any navigation the experience is pretty bad. Please please please, let us toggle whether the navigation shows.
Andy S commented
mike duke commented
Turn the left-hand menu on or off for a SharePoint team site
Click Settings. , and then click Site Settings.
Under Look and Feel on the Site Settings page, click Navigation Elements.
Check or clear the Enable Quick Launch setting to turn it off or on, and then click OK.
Mariel Vargas commented
extremelly needed!!! Without this we need to pin many tabs with all the pages we want, which is not ideal. PLEASE INCLUDE THE SITE NAVEGATION ASAP
Joakim Stenström commented
Enabling this would make it so much easier for the ordinary user to leave Explorer behind and truly embrace Teams and Sharepoint
Major gap. Unbelievable
Alex Wilson commented
I have Sharepoint Project sites that have libraries in the left navigation. When you add the Sharepoint project site as a tab to the Teams team site, it cuts out all the navigation.
Megan Precious commented
Do we have any updates on this? Would be so beneficial!
We really need this as we have implemented around 100 communication sites into our Microsoft Teams.
Not having the navigation to go back to previous pages means constant refreshing of tabs or opening the site up in the full view, when ideally we want everything run through Teams.
Oliver von Mizener commented
Nearly a year later, but +1. This would really be useful to have.
Especially need this now we have been using the wonderful mega menus.
Filip Wuyts commented
Agree! What's the use of having a site in a tab if you can only use one page of it?
Filip Wuyts commented
Agree! What's the use of putting a website in a tab if you can only use one page of it?
Christopher Hoard commented
Agree. Much needed. I will put this on social too.
Tracy van der Schyff commented
I fully agree. Intranet etc. on my Teams is super important and helps with adoption. I'll help by putting focus on this in social media. That would be on website as well as SharePoint Tabs added.
I second this. The tab is virtually useless if you're continually dead-ending in your SP site, with no access to the site's navigation menu.