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Email notifications for comments & @mentions in Office #125 – 365 Message Center Show

On episode 125 of The 365 Message Center Show, we'll discuss all 14 new updates in the Microsoft 365 Message Center.

– Office 365 Video to Microsoft Stream migration – retirement date and timelines

– New features coming to the Office 365 app launcher and Office.com

– Outlook on the web, new mobile browser experience

– FindTime, updating back-end service

– Outlook on the web – Files view

– Office 2016 for Mac end of mainstream support

– Teams meeting policies update

– Custom search results pages for SharePoint sites

– Image resizing in the modern SharePoint experience

– SharePoint page difference visualization

– Global reader experience in new SharePoint admin center

– Power BI, retiring TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support, June 2020

– Design update, handling repeated phishers in Microsoft Forms

– Email notifications for comments and @mentions in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

– Outlook on the web – room card

Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell Webster as they cover the latest messages in the #Microsoft365 Message Center.

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