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Microsoft Lists

Microsoft Lists allows users to create, share, and track data inside lists.


Create, share, and track lists with anyone

Start quickly with ready-made templates. See recent and favorite lists. Track and manage lists wherever you’re working. Easily share lists with others.

Keep everyone in sync with lists in Teams

Work together in real time with conversation and lists side by side. Track what matters most to your team using rules, reminders, and comments.

Customize lists for whatever your team needs

See your lists any way you want using calendar, grid, gallery, or a custom view. Configure basic form elements and highlight important details with conditional formatting.

Microsoft Lists overview

Getting Started

Who Can Have It?

  • Microsoft Lists is part of the Office 365 suite of cloud-based services available to all current students, staff and faculty with an active Queen's NetID@queensu.ca email account.
  • Alumni and retired staff and faculty are not eligible for Microsoft Lists.

Are There Any Costs?

  • Microsoft Lists is part of Office 365 service and provided at no cost to eligible users.
  • Users are responsible for any personal ISP/cellular arising data charges.

How Do I Get It?

What if I Leave Queen's?

  • Please see the Office 365 section of the Service Termination Dates page for details on when service will be discontinued following departure from Queen's.

Additional Information

Supported Browsers

  • Microsoft Lists is designed to work with the current or immediately previous versions of Internet Explorer or Firefox, or the latest version of Chrome or Safari. For more information, see Office 365 system requirements.

Mobile App availability

  • Microsoft Lists mobile apps have not yet been released. The Lists app will first come to iOS and Android shortly after.

Accessibility

  • Office 365 provides features that are accessible and usable for people who have special needs or disabilities. For more information, visit: Microsoft's Accessibility in Office 365
  • The Queen's Accessibility Hub is a central online resource for accessibility at Queen's and has information and developed a series of "How-to Guides" to assist faculty, staff, and students create an accessible learning environment across the university.

Availability

Please refer to the Microsoft Office 365 service page for details on service availability.

Service Level Objective

Please see the links below for Service Level Objectives:

Governing Policies

Users of this service are governed by the following policies, failure to comply may result, at a minimum, with suspension of service:

Help & Support

Or, contact the IT Support Centre by calling 613.533.6666 during regular business hours or by filling out the Online Help Form.

Last Updated: November 24, 2020