What’s New in Office 365 – August 2020

Find out what’s new and changing across SharePoint, OneDrive and the rest of Office 365 in August 2020. This month Microsoft are introducing an ‘evolution’ of SharePoint lists – Microsoft Lists – which offers a fantastic new way to organise and visualise lists. We also look at two upcoming product retirements – Skype for Business … Read more

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What’s New in Office 365 – July 2020

Our monthly round-up of what’s new and updated across Office 365 and Microsoft 365. This month Microsoft have made further improvements to Microsoft Teams, including upping the number of participants in calls from 250 to 300. There’s improved information security for those with Microsoft 365 E5 licences, thanks to sensitivity labels. We look at the … Read more

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Multilingual intranet publishing with SharePoint Communication Sites

Good communication is essential for any organisation, but it’s even more important where staff speak several languages. Microsoft has now launched multilingual capabilities for Communication Sites in SharePoint Online to let you create flexible sites where staff can collaborating in multiple languages. The features, rolled out over the last month, let you have multiple translations … Read more

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What’s New in Office 365 – June 2020

Round-up

Welcome to CompanyNet’s monthly round-up of what’s new and updated across Office 365 and Microsoft 365.

This month, we’re seeing various tweaks and improvements to SharePoint, PowerPoint and Microsoft Teams that will continue to make life easier for those of us working from home.

In a hurry? You can also view a potted summary of this blog on YouTube:

  1. Live presentations in PowerPoint
  2. Stock images in SharePoint
  3. Shy Headers for SharePoint Pages
  4. Review Mode for shared documents
  5. Yammer Communities app for Microsoft Teams
  6. Easier meetings in Microsoft Teams

Thanks to our team members James Mackerness, Maria Botha-Lopez and Stuart McLaughlin for their contributions to this month’s round-up.

If you would like to find out more about these changes, or would be interested in help getting more out of Office 365, get in touch with CompanyNet.

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What’s new in Office 365 this month – May 2020

Round-up

In our second month of working from home during lockdown, here’s CompanyNet’s round-up of what’s new and updated across Office 365 and Microsoft 365.

This month, we’re looking at some updates to Microsoft Teams which will enhance your experience of video meetings – something we’ll all welcome at this time. Plus, an introduction to training artificial intelligence models with Power Platform’s AI Builder and Microsoft 365’s trainable classifiers, and a beautfiul new term store for SharePoint Online.

In a hurry? You can also view a potted summary of this blog on YouTube:

  1. Better video call experiences with Microsoft Teams
  2. A beautiful new Term Store for SharePoint Online
  3. AI Builder
  4. Detecting compliance problems early with trainable classifiers for Microsoft 365

Thanks to our team members James Mackerness and Carl Bennett for their contributions to this round-up.

If you would like to find out more about these changes, or would be interested in help getting more out of Office 365, get in touch with CompanyNet.

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Taras Design Test Post

You can change the colour of the Table of contents and the text to match your brand. 1. This is an H2 Header Use H2 Headers to name the different sections of the page. These H2’s are linked to the main H1 Keyword which should be included in the Post Title. Back to contents There … Read more

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What’s new in Office 365 for April 2020

The global coronavirus crisis means it’s been a challenging start to the spring for everyone, but we’re going to carry on keeping you up-to-date with what’s happening in Office 365, including Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint.

This month we look at tips for getting more productive with Microsoft Teams at home; new translation capabilities in SharePoint Online; file version history in OneDrive on the desktop, and a look at Office 365’s fantastic built-in task management app, To Do.

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In a hurry? You can also view a potted summary of this blog on YouTube:

  1. Working from home with Microsoft Teams
  2. Multilingual Capabilities Coming to SharePoint
  3. Restore files directly from OneDrive on the desktop
  4. Manage your day-to-day tasks directly from Office 365

Thanks to our team members James Mackerness, Maria Botha-Lopez and Stuart McLaughlin for their contributions to this round-up.

The team at CompanyNet are experts in Microsoft Teams and Office 365. If your organisation is facing challenges at the moment, get in touch with our friendly team.

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What’s New in Office 365 for March 2020

Round-up

Welcome to March’s round-up of key changes and new features coming up in Office 365, SharePoint and our Kira intranet platform.

March is a little quieter than normal, but there’s still lots to cover. There’s a chance to try out Microsoft’s latest collaboration technology, get some empirical evidence on how your organisation is adapting to its digital workplace, discover the new Office app, and more.

  1. Get a preview of Fluid Framework
  2. Microsoft Productivity Score
  3. Microsoft Office app
  4. O365 Yammer-Outlook Integration
  5. Goodbye Office 365 Video… hello Stream

Prefer a video version? Here’s this month’s round-up video on our YouTube channel:

Thanks to our team members James Mackerness, Maria Botha-Lopez and Stuart McLaughlin for their contributions to this round-up.

If you would like to find out more about these changes, or would be interested in help getting more out of Office 365, get in touch with CompanyNet.

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