In this 28-minute developer-focused demo, Chris Kent shows how for most unformatted/basic columns you can slap the inlineEditField: @currentField on existing formats to make the column editable (click and change). For formatted columns or columns with multi-value formatting, use setValue with actionInput and displayValue to accomplish inline editing capability.
See how Chris finds and uses community samples (48 Inline Editing samples), found in the PnP List Formatting Samples repo to support his objective.
This PnP Community demo is taken from the Microsoft 365 & Power Platform Development Community call recorded on December 8, 2022.
• Repo – PnP List Formatting | https://github.com/pnp/List-Formatting
• Library – Flicon (Fluent UI icon search) | https://flicon.io/
• Sample - Multi-Person Facepile | https://github.com/pnp/List-Formattin...
• Sample - Person Hover Card | https://github.com/pnp/List-Formattin...
SharePoint List Formatting is a feature in Microsoft SharePoint that allows you to customize the appearance of a list or library using a JSON object. The JSON object defines the formatting and styling options for the list or library, such as fonts, colors, and layout.
You can use SharePoint List Formatting to make your lists and libraries more visually appealing and easier to read. It also allows you to highlight important information and draw attention to specific items in the list.
To use SharePoint List Formatting, you need to create a JSON object that specifies the formatting and styling options you want to apply to the list or library. You can then apply the formatting by adding the JSON object to the "Format" column in the list or library settings.
SharePoint List Formatting is a powerful tool for customizing the appearance of your lists and libraries, but it does require some knowledge of JSON and basic coding concepts. If you are not familiar with these technologies, you may need to seek help from a developer or refer to online resources to learn how to use SharePoint List Formatting effectively.