• 365 Message Center Show #68 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #68 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, we discuss a targeted Power BI message, new default setting for Exchange resources, the help and support pane in Office 365, and more! 3:31 Exchange Online – calendar AutomateProcessing changes through PowerShell – Read announcement MC151582 — When using PowerShell to create new resources (conference rooms, etc.), the default behavior will be to automatically accept the reservation if the resource is free. Previously, the default was ‘AutoUpdate’, which meant that a delegate for the mailbox had to approve the request manually. 6:52 Disabling Basic authentication in Exchange Online – Public Preview Now Available – Read announcement MC151642 — If you are using apps to…

  • 365 Message Center Show #67 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #67 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, we discuss anti-spoofing, @mentions in SharePoint, reminder emails from SharePoint lists, goodbye to T-bot, and more! 3:29 Reminder: We’re extending coverage of enhanced anti-spoofing protection to all Exchange Online organizations – Read announcement MC150492  — A reminder for a change we have previously talked about – anti-spoofing coming to all Exchange Online subscribers 3:59 New feature: @mentions in page comments in SharePoint Online – Read announcement MC150553 — Mention someone within your organization on a SharePoint page in the comments. Darrell asked is this ‘SharePoint Social’ 2.0? 18:17 Known Issue: Enlighted Apps and Office 365 ProPlus apps, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint – Read announcement MC150680…

  • Attendees Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint

    Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint

    Microsoft Flow is the workflow tool in Office 365 to automate your tasks and business processes, whether your systems are on-premises, in Microsoft’s cloud, or even if they are not part of Microsoft’s catalog. Flow allows you to create templates to help you not recreate the wheel when you are creating your flows and you can even share those flows with others by exporting the templates. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to work with Sarah Haase (Office Apps & Services Microsoft MVP) on an interesting issue: how to share Microsoft Flow templates within an organization without uploading them to the public Flow template gallery. Sarah put together a blog series…

  • 365 Message Center #64 @regarding365 #RE365 #MSIgnite

    365 Message Center Show #64 Live from Microsoft Ignite! – Recap

    Special episode this week from the Microsoft Ignite conference! We sit down with Mike Ziock, Senior Director Service Engineering for Microsoft 365. We discussed a couple of messages in the Message Center, a few announcements from #MSIgnite, and talked about the process updates take from the Microsoft 365 roadmap to the Message center. 3:35 MyAnalytics nudges in Outlook – Read announcement MC148681  — Small tips appearing within Outlook to help you set some time to be focused. 7:35 Multiple improvements to Project Online – Read announcement MC148693  — Improvements coming to Project Online – but we don’t use Project Online, so Mike tells us why we would be seeing this in our messages. 9:26 OneDrive…

  • 365 Message Center #63 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #63 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, there were several Outlook messages (new experience previews in the client and on the web, removal of the Groups footnote in emails, suggested replies, & block meeting invites from being forwarded), Insights in Excel (watch this space!!), preparedness for Hurricane Florence, and more! 1:40 Modern library content types and document templates in SharePoint Online – Read announcement MC147664  — Darrell talked about this more in the last episode – this update makes it easier for content creators to add template options to document libraries in SharePoint 3:35 Outlook for Windows user experience updates and Coming Soon preview pane – Read announcement MC147699 — This…

  • 365 Message Center #62 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #62 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, Darrell covered SharePoint Online configuration options of library flows, mass delete notifications for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, and more! 03:25 New ways to configure flows in SharePoint Online – Read announcement MC147261  — A new panel for configuring Microsoft Flows in SharePoint libraries and lists 6:45 Update to TLS 1.2 to prevent potential Skype for Business outage – Read announcement MC147276 — Calling out that you will need to make TLS changes in Skype for Business when in hybrid before October 31, 2018. 8:15 Mass delete notification in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business  – Read announcement MC147280 — Help thwart malicious actions by…

  • 365 Message Center #61 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #61 – Recap

    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,…

  • 365 Message Center #60 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #60 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, we covered enhanced anti-spoofing coming to all Exchange Online orgs, update on forced versioning in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, the new Microsoft 365 roadmap, and more! 03:10 Extending coverage of enhanced anti-spoofing protection to all Exchange Online organizations – Read announcement MC146520  — Advanced protection for all! We talked about how it is good to always be talking security in your organization! 6:34 Revised versioning settings in OneDrive for Business and in team sites in SharePoint Online – Read announcement MC146556 — The ability to run the command and turn off the forced versioning for your tenant. This will keep versioning settings…

  • 365 Message Center #59 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #59 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, we covered editing Office 365 Group email addresses, deleting your stored data in FindTime, new theme option for SharePoint, and more! 04:44 New feature: Edit the email address of an Office 365 Group – Read announcement MC146221  — Previously we weren’t able to change the email address of an Office 365 Group. This caused several problems – one of which being that you cannot remove a custom domain that one of your Office 365 Groups was using. 7:28 Users now have the ability to delete their FindTime data – Read announcement MC146273 — In keeping with all the changes allowing you to control your…

  • Set the default open behavior for browser enabled documents

    Set the default open behavior for browser enabled documents

    I was recently asked how to configure documents that are in a SharePoint document library to open in their native application on the client computer instead of the browser. This question came from a user in SharePoint Online, but the answer is the same for those using SharePoint Server 2013, 2016, and 2019. There is a feature at the site collection level and a setting on every document library that you use to decide how documents get opened. I searched for an official Microsoft document detailing how this can be accomplished, but I could only find a post from 2014 that said it was for Office Web Apps – a…