Currently the “New” button in the ribbon relates to creating a new location (folder or document set) for document libraries. To expand this to include creating a new content type – is on our product backlog.
Also, just a note – If you viewing a List, when you select the “New” button, this will allow you to create a new list item.
If the functionality outlined in https://feedback.oneplacesolutions.com/forums/589411-oneplacemail-desktop/suggestions/31284361-document-sets-don-t-show-up-in-the-content-view was introduced, it would negate the need for the expand icon to appear beside lists/libraries at all.
+1 for this.
Please add the ability to add active content types to a library/list, as opposed to only being able to create a folder or document set with the'New' button.
We feel that this would ease/increase adoption of our users if they were able to add a new document/list entry which had the correct location and metadata assigned before they began.
I have had to resort to hiding the library/list using SharePoint Designer's 'Hide from browser' checkbox under the General Settings for that particular list.
I can appreciate that the selection of libraries that an admin may wish to hide might not be easily achieve using the template ID. There have even been occasions where we need users to have Read permissions to a library/list, however we do not wish for them to see it appear in the Navigation Tree.
Solution Profiles can accommodate some scenarios, however they are not appropriate for all.
Adding the ability to omit a library/list from showing in the navigation tree is a reasonable request.
Hopefully this helps.
+1 Feedback posted in another Category regarding this (see below)
This is high on the product roadmap, and we will update when more accurately know which release this enhancement will feature in.
+1 on this for our organisation.
We use Document Sets extensively and this would be a VERY welcome feature for us.
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+1 enabling the overwrite functionality by default.
We have had resistance to engagement with OnePlace Solutions because of this issue.
Our users move their documents from OneDrive For Business to SharePoint (i.e. dragging from File Explorer to OnePlaceDocs Explorer) and some of the file transfers will fail with the "already exists" error in the Upload Progress screen.
Users will sometimes save multiple copies of the same document if they forget to tick the 'Overwrite Existing Files' checkbox during the typical saving process.
Please allow control of the default overwrite behaviour to be available as a Shared Configuration Item across all products.
We would love the ability to enable/disable this function at the Configuration Profile level.