I would like to be able to selectively hide site items that are currently displayed in SharePlus and are a needless distraction for the users that I support, e.g., items like Site Assets, Site Library and Form Templates.
It would be nice if the Edit option (upper right corner) could be modified so the triple bar icon associated with an item could include a show/hide option. When Edit is selected all (visible and currently hidden) site items would be displayed so they can be configured, and currently hidden items would be highlighted.
Thank you for sharing your ideas with us. Your enthusiasm is very much welcomed. Although we don't have a way to control what's visible within SharePlus, you can control your site's mobile navigation and apply the appropriate user permission settings to hide content in order to limit sites and libraries’ visibility per user. When a user doesn’t have, at least, read rights, the site isn’t returned by SharePoint, therefore not displayed by SharePlus.
Please refer to this blog written by Anand Raja on How to Hide Lists.
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I also agree with this idea. Sometimes they should be hidden we become what we behold.
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