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Updated Feature: SharePoint Site Swap Updated March 13, 2020: We have updated this message with additional details and resources. We are gradually enabling the capability to swap the location of a SharePoint root site with another site using a new PowerShell cmdlet, Invoke-SPOSiteSwap, as announced in MC187289 (August 2019) and MC189866 (September 2019).We are pleased to extend this feature to customers that have more than ~10,000 licenses. Customers with fewer than ~10,000 licenses already have this capability.We will be gradually… More … MC204488 Like | Dislike
Updated Feature: Microsoft Secure Score improvement action updates Major Update: Announcement started We’re updating Microsoft Secure Score improvement actions to ensure a more accurate representation of security posture.We’ll be rolling this out to customers on March 16, 2020. More … MC206238 Like | Dislike
Updated Feature: Blocked file types in Outlook on the web Major Update: Announcement started Act By: Apr 06 We will be adding some additional file extensions to the BlockedFileTypes list. The BlockedFileTypes parameter specifies a list of attachment file types (file extensions) that can’t be saved locally or viewed from Outlook on the web.This change will roll out in early April and will be complete by the end of April.This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 55100.For more information, including a complete list of extensions that will be blocked, please see… More … MC206009 Like | Dislike
Updating classic SharePoint team site home pages to the modern template Major Update: Announcement started Updated March 12, 2020: In order to give customers more time to prepare for the automatic update, we are adjusting the roll-out timeframe. Additionally, based on feedback, we have updated the supporting documentation with additional details. With this update, classic SharePoint team site home pages that have not been customized will be automatically updated to a modern home page template.We’ll begin gradually rolling this out to Targeted Release customers in May (previously March).The rollout… More … MC202661 Like | Dislike
Updated Feature: Outlook mobile updates the roll out of Privacy Settings In January, we announced that Outlook for iOS and Android would follow the privacy controls on diagnostic and related data that Office sends to Microsoft (MC201864).When we rolled out this change, in app notifications advised all users that a change in their privacy settings had occurred. This was not the intended experience; consequently, we rolled back this change. We apologize for any inconvenience or concerns.This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 58135 and 60109. More … MC205983 Like | Dislike
New Feature: Teams/Skype Consumer chat and calling interop Updated March 11, 2020: Updated instructions to access the setting. We apologize for any inconvenience. Your Teams and Skype for consumers users will soon be able to chat and make Voice over IP (VoIP) calls to one another.We’ll be gradually rolling this out at the end of March 2020.The rollout will be completed by the end of April.This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 53935 More … MC205801 Like | Dislike
Updates available for Office 365 ProPlus on the Monthly, Semi-Annual (Targeted) and Semi-Annual Channels We’ve released updates to the Office 365 ProPlus Monthly Channel, Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) and Semi-Annual Channel.We’ll be gradually rolling out these updates of Office 365 ProPlus to users on those channels starting March 10th 2020. More … MC206149 Like | Dislike
Updated Feature: Forms Activity Reports in the Microsoft Admin Center We’re updating the Microsoft Admin center to include Forms Activity Reports. This report allows you to understand if and how much Forms is being used within your organization.We’ll be rolling this out to customers starting March 11, 2020 and the roll-out should be completed by March 13, 2020. More … MC206131 Like | Dislike
New Feature: Edit metadata from within the SharePoint Document Library and List View web parts Your end users will soon be able to edit SharePoint metadata in a file or list directly from the web part.We’ll be gradually rolling this out to Targeted Release customers starting in early March.The rollout will be completed by the end of April.This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 61030.How does this affect me?]Users will now have the ability to open and edit file or list item properties directly from the document or list view web parts.Users no longer need to navigate to… More … MC206010 Like | Dislike
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