I am an o365 SP Online newbie so please bear with me as I try and learn this and ask questions.

I swear I saw it before but I had a number field that was defined as a Currency field and Totaled as Sum.

But now, when I go to view the list, I don't see the total above the column's heading.

I am using IE 11 and it does not show in Edge either.

I am viewing as "New Experience" and not Classic.

is this a bug that it won't show in New Experience view?

What am I missing? Thank you

  • can you cross check that view and confirm whether the Totals option is applied in that particular column from view settings?
    – Esaki
    Mar 9 '17 at 8:58

This is not a bug, just not available yet. Hope they come out with it soon.


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    Its amazing that a standard feature like this was not included in the first release so to me it's a bug LOL Apr 26 '17 at 22:02
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    And 1 year later: still not fixed! good job MS.
    – Evariste
    Jan 12 '18 at 10:08

According to the Office 365 Roadmap, column totals are still in development and expected in Q1 2019, which is past due date.

January 2019 SharePoint Modernization News mentions this:

Coming in February 2019. Custom views allow you to add calculated fields, such as totals or averages, to the footer of a group or the entire list. Now, totals will display in the modern view without forcing users back to the classic interface. Totals will also show in the modern web parts for lists and libraries.

Sadly, as of 2019 April 12, I don't see it yet on any of my tenants.

This is how it is supposed to look:

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