In a rapid change of Office 365, Microsoft sends to Tenant Admin’s the news about what is changing and what is coming in Office 365.


This is the 368th email that Microsoft has sent to Tenant Admin’s Newsletter with Office 365 changes.

Resume “Summary” from Microsoft 365 Copilot:

The email thread is a weekly digest of Microsoft service updates from Microsoft 365 Message center.

It includes information about updates, retirements, and rollouts for various Microsoft products such as Outlook, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and more.

The email provides details about the changes, their expected rollout dates, and any necessary actions for administrators or users.

Some of the updates mentioned include the introduction of web links opening side-by-side with email in Microsoft Edge, the retirement of the SharePoint News connector, and the introduction of a new content pane for Pages and News in SharePoint.

The email also includes information about updates to Microsoft Intune, Microsoft Power BI, and Microsoft Defender, among others.

This Weekly digest is intended to reach the Administrators of Microsoft Office 365 within the latest changes that are happening to Office 365.


Below is an example that can be applied to your tenant, because these emails are based on the services that you have in your Tenant and subscription.


View a summary of the updates.



Note: My Tenant is based in Europe with Target Release Enabled. You can view more messages on your portal, just go to the Message center.

Quickly access relevant information and functionality from the new home page—The home page has been redesigned with you and your most common tasks in mind—such as adding a user or resetting a password. The new admin center makes these items accessible directly from the home page. The home page also proactively surfaces information important to you, such as notifications from the Message Center.



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