Some users have reported that Microsoft is replacing the default Modern List view in SharePoint on Microsoft 365 (SharePoint online) with Microsoft Lists.
I haven’t seen this yet on my SharePoint online developer site, but it is being rolled out and should be completed by the end of September.
Microsoft Lists has a similar look to the Modern List view, but it causes the Classic DFFS to fail to load because Microsoft no longer takes into account the established method of using ContentType.NewFormUrl, ContentType.DisplayFormUrl and ContentType.EditFormUrl property to change the default forms for the list.
If you experience this issue in your site you can fix it by going to Site settings and under Look and feel select Navigation elements and under Lists in Sites toggle Show header and navigation on.
One of my long time customers asked me if I had any possible suggestions on a person to fill a position. They are looking for an experienced professional, well versed in DFFS/SPJS located in the US for a full-time position.
The position has not yet been posted so I cannot give more details, but any qualified persons can email me contact information and a few lines about where they are located and what kind of experience they have.
I’ll then forward this info to the company, and they will contact you if they find you qualified.
You find my email in the About me section in my website.