SharePoint List

Introduction

WPO365 can help you embed a SharePoint List in WordPress.

An SharePoint Event List embedded in WordPress

Use this app to tap into the potential that SharePoint Online offers as part of your Microsoft 365 investment.

Supported features

Embedding a SharePoint Online List

To configure an app that will surface items from a SharePoint Online List in WordPress, is as simple as creating a new embed-config that will point the app to the desired SharePoint Online List and add that embed-config to any WordPress post or page using a shortcode.

Allow “anonymous” users

You can give access to a SharePoint Online List to users that did not sign in with Microsoft and with whom you did not explicitly shared the SharePoint Online List.

Folder navigation

Users can navigate the SharePoint folder structure in the same way they would do so in SharePoint: By clicking a folder icon to navigate into that folder and by using the breadcrumb navigation at the top to return to the previous level.

Customize columns

You can edit the columns that the block should display and can connect each of those columns with a (custom) SharePoint list item field. You can configure how the column is rendered and also define custom CSS rules to optimize the user experience.

Translations

You can supply custom labels in your own language for the strings used in the app e.g. “This folder is empty”.

Test configuration

Before you add your embed-config to a page, you can test it and verify that you have entered a valid configuration.

Plugins with these features

Embedding a SharePoint Online List in WordPress is a feature of the WPO365 | LOGIN plugin that is available for free.

All other features, such as folder navigation, access for “anonymous” users and custom columns are features that you can unlock with the WPO365 | MICROSOFT 365 APPS extension or the WPO365 | INTRANET bundle.

Documentation

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