Over the years, we have enjoyed getting your *lists feedback* through SharePoint UserVoice. We’ve been hard at work on the replacement solution, one that carries forward past submissions and evolves with feedback going forward.
Today, we’re pleased to announce expansion of the Microsoft Feedback portal… now ready for your Microsoft Lists feature ideas and feedback. Feedback gives power to your voice to shape the Microsoft Lists roadmap going forward.
Community feedback is public and allows you to browse or vote. Your username will be displayed when you Send feedback. You can Search for, upvote (simply click on the Vote count number/item), Comment on, and Share feedback that matches yours. I added a new idea today; it’s fast, easy, and checked regularly by the Lists product team to comment and add status.
Submit your Microsoft Lists ideas and feedback to the Microsoft Feedback portal – easily search filter, upvote, comment, and add items and comments to support and shape the product direction.
Note: The following aka.ms URL link takes you directly to the Microsoft Lists Feedback forum | aka.ms/Feedback/Lists – share it with anyone who says, “You know what they should bring to Microsoft Lists…” #LetUsKnow
Microsoft Feedback portal has 49 forums and is growing
The Feedback portal is built on Dynamics 365 Customer Service and is a central location for numerous Microsoft products. You can give feedback for Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Yammer, Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Viva, and more.
The Feedback portal allows people to submit their own feedback, browse other ideas, track official Microsoft responses, view top voted customer ideas, upvote the feedback they agree with, and comment on ideas throughout. In Feedback, users will also be able to easily track their favorite ideas through the ‘star’ icon and receive notifications when those ideas are responded to by Microsoft.
Your feedback is gold and an ongoing, two-way dialog
Our primary goal is to advance the development of our products and services, guided by your input.
Microsoft values your feedback, and every day we look at feedback from users across our diverse products and services on all platforms. By providing clear feedback, you can make the greatest impact on the products and features you'd like to see or improve. Learn more about Feedback at Microsoft.
We want to highlight two related Feedback forums for OneDrive and SharePoint:
We appreciate all the suggestions, ideas, feedback, and details you share – the glue that binds and drives the best community in technology: open dialog and two-way engagement.
Thank you and let us know what you’re thinking,
Mark Kashman (Microsoft Lists product marketing manager)