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Microsoft Whiteboard has been overhauled to add new features to support the hybrid environments we work in today.
Microsoft is working on a new feature that will make it easier to share live content when delivering presentations in Teams.
This November, Microsoft Forms is scheduled receive some important updates that will give users the ability to categorize forms into different collections.
A new search results experience in Teams for Desktop clients will be launched soon to help users with finding messages, people, answers, and files faster and more intuitive.
Microsoft 365 is the heart of many organizations which is why the platform has seen an ever-increasing amount of cyberattacks. To combat this issue, M365 Administrators regularly run internal phishing campaigns to train users how to avoid falling victim to such attacks. To assist, Microsoft is now providing a custom phishing landing page where targeted users are notified that they fell prey to a phishing simulation.
After a couple false starts, a highly anticipated feature for SharePoint online – Collapsible sections, has finally been scheduled to rollout in early November.
Microsoft has announced a major improvement that it will be making to the Move/Copy experience n OneDrive for Business and SharePoint. According to Microsoft’, the new feature will be generally available for users beginning in November.
Microsoft will be enabling SMS notifications to be sent to the person booked for an appointment scheduled through the Bookings web app or Bookings app in Teams or via the self-serve booking page. Additionally, the SMS will include the Teams meeting link for virtual booking appointments.
Users will now be able to view real-time captions coming from a CART (Communication Access Real-Time Translation) provider within the Microsoft Teams meeting window. Meeting organizers and participants will be able to ask their CART captioning providers to stream captions to Microsoft Teams.