The work-in-progress view is not present in any version of the vSphere Client. The wizards today are behaving similar to how they did in the Desktop client.
I don't know if there are plans to re-introduce the work-in-progress but I'd point out that one of the reasons for its existence - the slowness of loading a second tab with the whole vSphere Client in it - is no longer there since the HTML version is very fast.
I'll pass your question to product management - they may come with asks for more feedback in this thread.
Thank you. Is there a list of features, such as the work-in-progress", that were available in the web client that aren't currently available or will never be re-implemented in the client?
Unfortunately I don't know of such document.
I asked the product management to follow up on this thread with more details.
Hi Jesse -
Thanks for reaching out to us. Work In Progress (WiP) was a workaround for longer wizards (i.e. too many pages in the wizard), and this WiP feature would introduce some performance concerns on the vSphere Web Client if many such wizards are minimized by the user(s). We did not implement WiP in vSphere Client (HTML5) as our goal is to solve the root of the problem which is to simplify such long wizards. Could you update us which are the wizards where you would use WiP to minimize them? This information would help us prioritize the effort of simplifying such wizards.