Microsoft 365 roadmap roundup – 15th May 2023

Use the links below to switch between each product’s roadmap updates:

SharePoint
Teams
OneDrive
Microsoft Purview

OneDrive

  • Launched (3)
  • Rolling out (1)
  • In development (0)

🍾 LAUNCHED

  • Microsoft 365 admin center: Send email notifications from your own domain – Notifications that cannot be sent from a user’s email account can now be configured to use your own custom verified domain instead of the Microsoft default domain. Roadmap ID:103628
  • OneDrive: Favorite/Unfavorite files – Not all M365 documents are used in the same way. You’ll inevitably have a few that you use every week and some you’ll use occasionally. This is where using Favorites can help you stay organized. Favoriting files is a great way to mark content of personal importance and can help you to get back to the content you’re looking for right away. We have made sure that the favorites experience is consistent across Office.com, OneDrive, Document Libraries, and the Files app in Teams by building on top of the existing pinning and favorites experience in Office. Roadmap ID: 117497
  • OneDrive: Sync app- Automatic Account Configuration – The OneDrive sync app will automatically sign in if there are existing credentials available to Microsoft applications (Teams, Office, Edge, Windows). Roadmap ID: 93242

🚂 ROLLING OUT

  • Microsoft Syntex: Split PDF pages into new PDF files with the Extract action in OneDrive for iOS – Users of Microsoft Syntex can now split a PDF file into multiple PDFs with the Extract file action in OneDrive for iOS. The Extract file action lets you quickly split and extract multiple pages of a PDF into a new PDF file stored in SharePoint or OneDrive. Roadmap ID: 117548

⌛ IN DEVELOPMENT

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