Microsoft 365 roadmap roundup – 26 April 2021

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SharePoint

  • Launched (1)
  • Rolling out (0)
  • In development (5)

🍾 LAUNCHED

  • SharePoint lists and libraries: Sticky column in Quick Edit – As users scroll horizontally across a list in Quick Edit mode, the far-left column remains in place – improving context while viewing and editing. Roadmap ID: 64866

🚂 ROLLING OUT

N/A

⌛ IN DEVELOPMENT

Release – April 2021

  • SharePoint: Audience Targeting capability for Events Web Part – We are adding the ability to target specific audiences per event within the Events Web Part. With it, you target specific events to different audiences, helping you provide more personalized experiences on SharePoint pages. Roadmap ID: 70815
  • SharePoint: Admin center – Migration Manager: Google migrations – With Microsoft’s recent Mover acquisition, we are excited to expand our capabilities to allow moving content from Google into Microsoft 365. Roadmap ID: 82014

Release – May 2021

  • SharePoint: Admin center – Migration Manager: Dropbox migrations – With Microsoft’s recent Mover acquisition, we are excited to expand our capabilities to allow moving content from Dropbox into Microsoft 365. Roadmap ID: 82015
  • SharePoint and Teams: folder in site visibly connected to channel – It will be easier to tell which folders within your library have an associated Teams channel & chat associated to it – right from within the SharePoint user interface. Roadmap ID: 30686

Release – June 2021

  • SharePoint: Admin center – Migration Manager: Egnyte migrations – With Microsoft’s recent Mover acquisition, we are excited to expand our capabilities to allow moving content from Egnyte into Microsoft 365. Roadmap ID: 82016

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