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SharePoint modern page experience set to become default in April 2019

The SharePoint modern page experience is set to become default on 1 April 2019, meaning organisations will no longer be able to restrict an entire tenant to classic mode for lists and libraries.

In an article announcing the change on the Microsoft website, Chris McNulty (Senior Product Manager for SharePoint and Office 365 at Microsoft) says, “We’re making it easier for users to get to our latest feature updates…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.”

To read the article in full click here (external link).

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