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Creating a #MicrosoftList from a template, adding columns and switching on versioning

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Today I played around with #MicrosoftList (s). In the short video I’ll show you how to create one from a template, how to add a column to that template and also how to switch on the versioning in #SharePoint. I know that you can add the column straight from the #MicrosoftTeams UI, but I want you to understand how #SharePoint works in the background. #Office365 #Microsoft365
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I’ve added an item to user voice to have the versioning switched on by default for #MicrosoftList in #MicrosoftTeams. Please vote for it so we can get it in there:  https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/41333893-default-switched-on-versioning-on-microsoft-lists

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