At Ignite, Microsoft announced a ton of new capabilities for Teams help people collaborate and build solutions in Teams. Read on to see what’s new.
At Microsoft Ignite 2020, there were quite a few updates announced for the platform that will be coming over the next several months. Read on the details!
At Ignite 2020, Microsoft announced a new vision for Microsoft Stream. This will include intelligent video creation, sharing, and viewing to all parts of Microsoft 365. Video will be elevated to a primary content type in Microsoft 365 and will be manage just like any other file.
Read on for details on the enhancements coming to Microsoft Stream
Hi WolfPack, It's been a little quite, but I'm sure it's just the calm before the storm. Microsoft Ignite is next week and I'm sure Microsoft will have more updates to announce. The Microsoft 365 service did receive a couple meaningful updates, mainly for Teams.
At the Galaxy Unpacked event, Microsoft and Samsung shared the latest innovations in the long-term partnership announced last year. These new features bring the best of Microsoft’s productivity apps to the new Samsung Galaxy devices announced today.
Microsoft 365 apps say farewell to Internet Explorer 11 and Windows 10 sunsets Microsoft Edge Legacy
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With the increased demand of Microsoft's online services, there had been adjustments made to Microsoft 365. This month, Microsft has reverted some of those changes. Read on for the details.
At Build 2020, Microsoft introduced Microsoft Lists, a smart information tracking app in Microsoft 365. Now, during the Microsoft Inspire conference, Microsoft Lists begins roll out to Microsoft 365 business customers worldwide, starting this month with the Lists app in Microsoft 365 and next month with the Lists app in Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft dropped a huge piece of news recently. Support for SharePoint 2010 workflows is ending. In August. Read on for the late breaking news!