At this year’s Ignite Fall 2021 conference, Microsoft unveiled their new Office app named Microsoft Loop.
Microsoft Teams will soon allow co-organizers to help manage meetings. Co-organizers will have most of the capabilities of organizers, including the ability to manage meeting options.
Microsoft is introducing new features for owners of videos in SharePoint.
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.
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.
Heads up Team owners! Microsoft eliminating an option for managing Teams channel permissions
Here are 4 tips on using Microsoft Forms polls to make virtual meetings more engaging and effective for your participants.
Apps in meetings offer a more effective way to facilitate collaboration, enhance team productivity, and drive results during the flow of a Teams meeting. We can use them while we talk with one another, to help us stay on track with an agenda, to log action items in our plans, and more.
But until now, we could only interact with an app through the side-panel or through in-meeting notifications. Now, Microsoft is introducing share-to-stage. With this new capability, you’ll be able to add an app to a meeting and then share it onto the meeting stage where everyone can then see and interact with the app content – allowing for real-time collaboration.
Microsoft is adding a new capability to Microsoft Teams that will enable supervisors to clamp down on users' messages if they fall out of line with what is deemed acceptable. Soon, chat supervisors will be able to delete inappropriate or derailing messages so that conversations don't meander or become toxic.