Date: Sunday, May 31, 2020
Reading time: 13 minutes.

Microsoft 365 Updates: Microsoft Teams adds more features, Outlook, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Stream

Key Updates and Announcements It has been several weeks since I’ve been able to post an update, and there has been plenty of Microsoft 365 updates. OAuth support for POP, IMAP, and SMTP AUTH is now available for all tenants. This means organisation can continue to use these protocols with modern authentication instead of legacy basic authentication. Call Quality Dashboard V2 is to be retired, start using the advanced CQD at cqd.

Date: Saturday, Feb 15, 2020
Reading time: 7 minutes.

Microsoft 365 Updates: To-Do, Outlook, Stream, Power BI, Teams, and Office 365

Key Updates and Announcements Happy Saturday! A day late this week due to Ignite the tour located in Sydney. Better late than never! Several updates this week affecting security, and additional features. Here’s a quick overview of a few of the updates which I’ve taken an interest with: Feature Update: Tasks powered by To-Do generally available: In recent months, Microsoft have begun consolidating how people access and review their own tasks, tasks relating to planner, flagged emails, etc.

Date: Friday, Jan 24, 2020
Reading time: 9 minutes.

Microsoft 365 Updates: Power Automate, Yammer, Outlook, OneDrive, Bing, and Stream

Key Updates Relabelling of Microsoft Flow to Power Automate This update is more informational as it won’t affect how existing flows execute. Microsoft is rebranding of Microsoft Flow to Power Automate and therefore from January 30 the service health and message center will refer to the new Power Automate name. You should plan for this change by providing update information to your administration staff. Refreshing Microsoft Search in Bing user experience Microsoft Search in Bing collates search results from the web and your organisation, with the new changes a new “work” tab will available to assist highlight work related materials returned via a search.

Date: Wednesday, Dec 18, 2019
Reading time: 3 minutes.

Productivity Tip - Do the People in Your Organisation Know How to Access Microsoft Stream?

Stream Overview Have you enabled Microsoft Steam for the people within your organisation? Are they aware of what features it enables? Do they record meetings and then struggle to find the recordings? Since Microsoft released Teams with the ability to record meetings that are stored in the cloud, Stream has become an integral tool to access and review the recorded meeting content you have been granted access. It is feature rich allowing people the ability to access, review, and search within the recorded meeting content from either desktop, laptop, or mobile device.