The first thing we want to bring to everyone’s attention this month is Microsoft’s announcement that they are temporarily pulling back some features in order to better serve their customers during these unprecedented times. Despite how that sounds, Microsoft is still hard at work releasing new and updated features. We will learn about the new feature that allows users to edit metadata from within the SharePoint Document Library and List View web parts as well as the feature that allows for audience targeting in site, footer and hub navigation. Another new feature will allow Teams users to pop their chat conversations into separate windows. We will also dive into the updates to the Microsoft Secure Score and updates to the Office 365 Message Encryption (OME) that will enhance email authenticity.
As we start a new year it’s always good to reflect on what we’ve accomplished but the real fun is in trying to figure out where we are going😉. Disclaimer: I am in no way, shape or form privy to the inner workings of the various product teams at Microsoft and the views expressed within this post are my own. With that out of the way, here are my not so bold predictions for Office 365 in 2019. Continue reading “Not So Bold Predictions for Office 365 in 2019”