In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, we covered Shared with Me coming to mobile apps, prevent forwarding of meeting invites, apply existing site designs when adding sites to a hub, and more!
03:24 Updated feature: Shared with Me in OneDrive for Business mobile apps – Read announcement MC146805
— Microsoft is bringing the Shared with Me functionality they have been rolling out on the web, to the mobile apps.
4:55 New feature: You can now prevent forwarding of meeting invites in Outlook – Read announcement MC146814
— Meeting organizers will be able to block forwarding of meeting invites. If you are using an older Outlook client or a non-Outlook client, you will be able to attempt to forward, but you will receive an error email letting you know the message was not delivered.
8:00 Updated feature: Apply existing site designs to associated hub sites in SharePoint – Read announcement MC146822
— When you join a site to a SharePoint hub site, you will be able to apply a site design, which will allow you to frame the site specifically for your hub.
17:55 New feature: SharePoint Online view formatting- Read announcement MC146947
— Expanding on the JSON column formatting we have been using in SharePoint Online, list formatting brings us the power to format the whole row not just a column.
24:41 New feature: Add a SharePoint Online page, news or list as a tab in Microsoft Teams – Read announcement MC146974
— This update will bring more of the SharePoint experience into Teams when adding content from SharePoint as a tab.
26:51 Updated features: SharePoint Online News and modern pages – Read announcement MC147032
— When adding a link to a news story or page, SharePoint will automatically bring in the rich content from that page like the featured image. Also in this update, we will see who is editing a modern SharePoint page so we know who to contact. Our own edits will timeout in 5 minutes if we aren’t making changes anymore.
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