How could I set for all the pages new Expeience for all the pages and all the list in Sharepoint Sites and Subsites ? I have set in settings, but not all pages changes for New Experience View.

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I have got only Site Wiki and Site Web Part Not Site Page enter image description here

  • Are you using SharePoint Online? How long have you been waiting after changing the setting? In our environment disabling new experience needed some time to complete (maybe 1 h). – PhilFancy Jul 2 '18 at 11:21
  • Yes I use Sharepoint Online. It was changed abaut 3 months ago and still is Clasic View all pages created before. – Grzegorz Z Jul 2 '18 at 11:39

Only Modern Site Pages will be having the new experience, not the other Pages like wiki, web-part pages. So any other existing pages of other 'types' will still be available in classic mode only.

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Edit1: You can set the modern experience at tenant level as well. Do check out this blog for reference

Edit 2: Add the Site Page content type to the Pages Library. Library Settings --> Add from Existing Content type --> Under Document Content type group, select 'Site Page' --> Add --> OK

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  • But I have got only: List, Document Library, Aplication and Subsite, I dont see Wiki Page and Web Part Page and I don't see Link – Grzegorz Z Jul 2 '18 at 11:07
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    The screen-shot attached was from "Pages" Library.. you can navigate to "Pages" and then click +new – DvG Jul 2 '18 at 11:22
  • but I have got only Wiki Page, Web Part Page and Link. Not more. Please help/ – Grzegorz Z Jul 2 '18 at 11:38
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    Refer my updated answer under Edit2 – DvG Jul 2 '18 at 12:01
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    1. Site template - Team site; 2. Did you enabled modern experience at various level as refer by blog in Edit 1 of my answer? ; 3. Modern Site pages doesn’t have any page templet but You can add various widgets/web parts to it – DvG Jul 2 '18 at 12:50

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