The SharePoint PnP Community monthly call is our general monthly review of the latest SharePoint and Microsoft 365 PnP topics (news, tools, extensions, features, capabilities, content and training), engineering priorities and community recognition for Developers, IT Pros and Makers.  This monthly community call happens on the second Tuesday of each month. You can download recurrent invite from https://aka.ms/sp-call.

Call Summary:

In this call, the Microsoft 365 PnP Community hub at Microsoft Tech Communities is introduced, the Microsoft 365 Update – Community (PnP) | February 2021 update is released, and 3 new members are welcomed to the Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices (PnP) team – April Dunnam (Microsoft), Emily Mancini (Sympraxis Consulting), and Veronique Lengelle (CPS).  The Top 10 developer and non-developer entries in UserVoice were reviewed and engineering priorities identified.  Your votes do influence engineering priorities. You are invited to attend the Sharing is Caring “Ask Me Anything” session focusing on PnPjs takes place on February 11th.  Latest on functionality in upcoming release of SPFx v1.12 is reviewed.   Each and every month there are 200 + active contributors and organizations participating in this Microsoft 365 PnP Community.   You are truly amazing.  Thank you for your contributions and commitment.  The host of this call was Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) @vesajuvonen.  Q&A took place in the chat throughout the call.

The highlight is seeing not just names, but the faces of the individuals who make this community great!  

Community call - SP Feb - Together mode picture

Demo: 

Latest on the SharePoint app bar and hub sitesthe new skinny left nav – app bar, delivers a consistent global navigation across your Modern app surfaces on desktop and mobile devices.   Four navigation nodes – Global Nav, Sites, News, and Files are accessed from the app bar.   News and Files are the user’s personalized views.   See how to configure the app bar components.  V1.0 rolls out this quarter, future capability ideas are shared and Q&A throughout.

Actions: 

  • Register for Sharing is Caring Events
      • First Time Contributor Session – February 24th (EMEA, APAC & US friendly times available)
      • Community Docs Session – February dates TBD based on registrations
      • PnP – SPFx Developer Workstation Setup – February 16th & 22nd
      • PnP SPFx Samples – Solving SPFx version differences using Node Version Manager – February 23rd
      • PnP – AMA (Ask Me Anything) – PnPjs Edition – February 11th
  • Download the recurrent invite for this call – https://aka.ms/sp-call.

You can check the latest updates in the monthly summary and at aka.ms/spdev-blog.

This call was delivered on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. The call agenda is reflected below with direct links to specific sections.  You can jump directly to a specific topic by clicking on the topic’s timestamp which will redirect your browser to that topic in the recording published on the Microsoft 365 Community YouTube Channel.

  • UserVoice status for non-dev focused SharePoint entries – 3:33
  • UserVoice status for dev focused SharePoint Framework entries – 4:15
  • SharePoint community update with latest news and roadmap – 7:39
  • Community contributors and companies which have been involved in the past month – 10:54
  • Demo:  Latest on the SharePoint app bar and hub sites – Melissa Torres (Microsoft) | @Meltorac – 14:02

The full recording of this session is available from Microsoft 365 & SharePoint Community YouTube channel – http://aka.ms/m365pnp-videos.

  • Presentation slides used in this community call are found at OneDrive.

Resources: 

Additional resources on covered topics and discussions.

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Upcoming calls | Recurrent invites:

Too many links, can’t remember” – not a problem… just one URL is enough for all Microsoft 365 community topics – http://aka.ms/m365pnp.

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 10th of February 2021

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