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.
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.
Key Updates Happy Friday and welcome to the Microsoft 365 Weekly Update. Office 365 message center has seen several Updates, I’m quite interested in the following:
Updated Feature: FindTime, updating back-end service: FindTime currently stores data within Azure, with the changes the scheduling information will be stored within an organisations mailbox. Here’s an overview of how FindTime currently stores data - Click here for more information New Feature: Microsoft 365 Roadmap, adding RSS feed for individual features: Due to popular demand, Microsoft are enabling the ability to track individual updates for the Microsoft 365 roadmap.
Need to send a PDF copy of a document? Ever had a need to send a Microsoft Office document as a PDF attachment? For this scenario, you do not want to send a document link or reference, and the recipient is expecting their own copy of the document. Many Microsoft applications, using the share feature, provide these capabilities from within the application and this is beneficial when documents are stored within SharePoint or Teams as it removes the need to download the documents prior to attaching to an email, as many people currently do as part of their workflow.