Office 365 Weekly Digest | September 23 – 29, 2018


Welcome to the September 23 - 29, 2018 (aka Ignite Week) edition of the Office 365 Weekly Digest.

Last week, all eyes (and ears) were focused on Microsoft Ignite 2018 in Orlando, Florida. There's a ton of content in this week's digest, so the intro will be short. While there were twenty additions to the Office 365 Roadmap last week, I expect more to be added this week - so next week could see a significant increase. Also, the October Azure Active Directory webinars are now available, with individual listings for each session included below under "Upcoming Events".

 

OFFICE 365 ROADMAP

 

Below are the items added to the Office 365 Roadmap last week:

 

Feature ID

App / Service

Title Description

Status

Added

Estimated Release

More Info
27823

Outlook
Windows

Outlook for Windows: Suggested People with images Pick the right email recipients from the suggestions provided with their corporate profile picture. 

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
32645

Outlook
Mac

Outlook for Mac: native labeling sensitive messages Support Microsoft Information Protection native labeling of sensitive messages and justify changes with company administrators. 

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
33120

Outlook iOS

Outlook for iOS: Calendar search Add a Search box option to the Outlook calendar to fine specific event results.  

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
33121

Outlook

Android

Outlook for Android: Calendar Search Add a Search box option to the Outlook calendar to fine specific event results.  

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
32765

Outlook iOS

Outlook for iOS: Favorite notifications Option to receive Outlook for iOS notifications for emails only from your people you've identified as Favorites in Outlook.  

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
32766

Outlook Android

Outlook for Android: Favorite Notifications Option to receive Outlook for Android notifications for emails only from your people you've identified as Favorites in Outlook.  

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
32648

Outlook iOS

Outlook for iOS: native labeling sensitive messages Support Microsoft Information Protection native labeling of sensitive messages and provide a justification to company administrators for changes to the label to comply with corporate policies. 

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
32649

Outlook Android

Outlook for Android: native labeling of sensitive messages Support Microsoft Information Protection native labeling of sensitive messages and provide a justification to company administrators for changes to the label to comply with corporate policies. 

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
33156

Outlook iOS

Outlook for iOS: enhanced access to Office 365 files Pick your cloud file attachments in Outlook with access to recently viewed Office 365 files, email attachments and other storage locations. 

In development

09/24/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
31808

To-Do

iOS/Android Intune Release for To-Do IT administrators can now manage and protect their organization's data within To-Do.

In development

09/25/2018

October CY2018

n / a
32708

Excel

Ideas in Excel Online Office 365 apps are infused with artificial intelligence (AI) to help you do your best work. The Ideas pane uses AI to create smart, actionable suggestions that save you time and enhance your content.

In development

09/25/2018

October CY2018

n / a
27019

OneDrive

Block download Users will be able to share a link to a file that prevents the recipient from downloading it (they can only view on the web).

In development

09/25/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
16617

OneDrive

SharePoint

Comments on all files (SP and ODB) Comment on all non Office file types

In development

09/25/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
27014

OneDrive

Enhanced capture scenarios Optimized work flow experiences around whiteboard sharing and receipt capture.

In development

09/25/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
32650

Outlook iOS

Outlook for iOS: User experience updates The new user experience in Outlook for iOS brings additional human factors design guidelines into the experience for increased simplification, focus and fast action.  

In development

09/25/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
33122

Outlook Android

Outlook for Android: Sync local calendar with Outlook Bring changes made within the local calendar on Android phones to Outlook Calendar. 

In development

09/25/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
16032

Outlook Android

Outlook for Android: Time to leave notifications Powered by Cortana, get notifications of the time to leave for meeting in Outlook Calendar based on your location and traffic whether you're driving or taking public transportation. 

In development

09/25/2018

Q1 CY2019

n / a
33181

Excel

PowerPoint

Ideas for PowerPoint Online and Excel Office 365 apps are infused with artificial intelligence (AI) to help you do your best work. The Ideas pane uses AI to create smart, actionable suggestions that save you time and enhance your content.

In development

09/25/2018

September CY2018

n / a
32709

Excel Mac

Ideas in Excel (Mac) Office 365 apps are infused with artificial intelligence (AI) to help you do your best work. The Ideas pane uses AI to create smart, actionable suggestions that save you time and enhance your content.

In development

09/25/2018

September CY2018

n / a
31498

Excel Windows

Ideas in Excel (Win32) Office 365 apps are infused with artificial intelligence (AI) to help you do your best work. The Ideas pane uses AI to create smart, actionable suggestions that save you time and enhance your content.

Rolling out

09/25/2018

September CY2018

n / a

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Teams Tuesdays

When: Tuesdays, August 21, 2018 – October 30, 2018 from 10am – 11am PT | Whether you're managing a new project or starting your own business, it helps to have a team behind you to brainstorm ideas, tackle the work together, and have some fun along the way. Now you can use Microsoft Teams to do just that. Join our team LIVE every Tuesday from 10-11am PDT to learn how you can get started with the free version of Teams. In this hour, we'll walk you through the product and key features, share best practices for getting started, and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to meeting you!

 

Modern Workplace Fire Away Friday

When: Friday, October 5, 2018 at 12pm ET | In this HLS Modern Workplace Fire Away Friday we will look at where data resides within Teams and associated services such as Microsoft Planner, Stream, and more. Additionally, we will answer your questions around governance, best practices, and compliance for Healthcare and GDPR. If you are in Corporate IT with responsibilities around these areas then this live webcast is for you. Modern Workplace Fire Away Friday is an open forum session online focusing on the Modern Workplace. Each month we cover the latest in Microsoft 365 as well as demonstrate tips to increase productivity and collaboration. This is then followed by an open forum session where you can ask all your questions around Office 365 and more! Note: This session will stream live using Microsoft Live Events via Microsoft Teams.

 

Choosing the Right Authentication Method for Azure AD

When: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 10am ET | In this webinar we will talk about the various authentication methods available in Azure AD – Cloud / Password Hash Sync / Pass-through Authentication / AD FS. We will outline why choosing the right authentication method for your business is critical as you begin your journey to the cloud. We will explain how these authentication methods work. And we will compare & contrast them with regards to deployment costs, end user experience, advanced capabilities, and business continuity.

 

Choosing the Right Authentication Method for Azure AD

When: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 2pm ET | In this webinar we will talk about the various authentication methods available in Azure AD – Cloud / Password Hash Sync / Pass-through Authentication / AD FS. We will outline why choosing the right authentication method for your business is critical as you begin your journey to the cloud. We will explain how these authentication methods work. And we will compare & contrast them with regards to deployment costs, end user experience, advanced capabilities, and business continuity.

 

Intro to Azure AD B2C: Make it easy for your customers to securely Sign In and Sign Up to Your Applications

When: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 10am ET | Come learn about how easy it is for your organization to service your customers by using Microsoft Azure AD B2C – leverage the B2C platform to manage all aspects of authentication, freeing you to focus on the best application experience for your customers. Leverage Social Accounts (such as Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and more), Local Accounts (or any identity provider using open standard protocols (OpenID Connect or SAML), to provide a customized, branded experience for your consumers. We will show both basic and advanced customizations, as well as review integration with other systems and how reports can be generated to measure the success of you applications.

 

Intro to Azure AD B2C: Make it easy for your customers to securely Sign In and Sign Up to Your Applications

When: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 2pm ET | Come learn about how easy it is for your organization to service your customers by using Microsoft Azure AD B2C – leverage the B2C platform to manage all aspects of authentication, freeing you to focus on the best application experience for your customers. Leverage Social Accounts (such as Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and more), Local Accounts (or any identity provider using open standard protocols (OpenID Connect or SAML), to provide a customized, branded experience for your consumers. We will show both basic and advanced customizations, as well as review integration with other systems and how reports can be generated to measure the success of you applications.

 

Azure AD: Secure Your Identities with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

When: Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 10am ET | Learn about how Azure AD can help you secure sensitive identities or applications under different types of conditions. You'll leave understanding the different scenarios involved and the impact on end users.

 

Azure AD: Secure Your Identities with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

When: Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 2pm ET | Learn about how Azure AD can help you secure sensitive identities or applications under different types of conditions. You'll leave understanding the different scenarios involved and the impact on end users.

 

Productivity Hacks to Save Time & Simplify Workflows

When: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 12pm ET and 3pm ET | This 2-hour hands-on experience will give you the opportunity to test drive Windows 10, Office 365 and Dynamics 365. A trained facilitator will guide you as you apply these tools to your own business scenarios and see how they work for you. During this interactive session, you will: (1) Discover how you can keep your information more secure without inhibiting your workflow, (2) Learn how to visualize and analyze complex data, quickly zeroing in on the insights you need, (3) See how multiple team members can access, edit and review documents simultaneously, and (4) Gain skills that will save you time and simplify your workflow immediately. Each session is limited to 12 participants, reserve your seat now.

 

BLOG ROUNDUP

 

10 new ways for everyone to achieve more in the modern workplace

It's been over a year since we introduced Microsoft 365, the complete, intelligent, and secure solution that empowers employees to drive their organizations to future growth. Customers are seeking to transform and support a workforce that is more diverse and mobile than ever before, and they are relying on latest advancements in technology to do so. Microsoft 365 is growing quickly, built on the strength of more than 135 million commercial monthly Office 365 users. Windows 10 has approximately 200 million commercial devices in use, and there is an install base of over 82 million for Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). Last week, at the Microsoft Ignite Conference in Orlando, Florida, we introduced new capabilities in Microsoft 365 that make it possible for every person to do their best work. These new capabilities include enhancements across Microsoft Teams, Office, Microsoft 365 administration, compliance, and security as well as announcements for Microsoft Search and Microsoft Threat Protection.

 

What's new in Teams - Ignite Edition

At Ignite, we announced a broad set of new capabilities that make Microsoft Teams an even more powerful hub for teamwork. New capabilities to help you stay productive and connected throughout the meeting lifecycle including background blur, meeting recording and cloud video interop. We are extending the power of Teams with new experiences to help firstline workers achieve more every day with "Home" and "Shifts". As we make Teams the hub for teamwork for employees in every role, Microsoft StaffHub will be retired on October 1, 2019. For organizations with enhanced security and compliance needs, we are releasing two new secure messaging features with particular relevance in healthcare - image annotation, now generally available, and priority notifications, which will roll out by the end of this year to all Teams commercial customers. These capabilities support HIPAA compliance, and enable clinicians to communicate about patients while avoiding the privacy risks that arise when healthcare professionals use consumer chat apps.

In order to improve the Teams experience for developers, we are announcing the general availability of Adaptive Cards, which provide rich, interactive, and flexible card system that works across Teams, Outlook, Windows, and Cortana. We're also announcing the preview of Task Module Integration, enabling a rich popup experience using either an adaptive card or embedded web content. Increasing Teams connectivity to the Microsoft Graph is a priority, so several new APIs were introduced including ones for automating team lifecycles and calls and online meetings. Other upcoming enhancements include: (1) Data Loss Prevention capabilities, (2) Manage team membership with dynamic groups, (3) Replicate team setups with templates, (4) Manage your teams directly from the Admin Center, and (5) New Teams Administrator roles.

 

OneDrive Announcements at Ignite 2018

At the Microsoft Ignite conference, we announced new innovations for OneDrive to better connect you to your personal and shared files in Office 365, from any device. We're making it easier to share and work together in real-time while using the power of artificial intelligence to help you be more productive. And we're introducing new security and compliance capabilities to better protect your work. Below is a summary of what's new and coming to OneDrive for Business:

Access files from all your devices

Share inside or outside your organization

Collaborate with deep Office integration

Quickly find files that matter most

Protect your work with enterprise-grade security and compliance

  • Files On-Demand for Mac
  • Dark Mode support for OneDrive on Mac
  • Files On-Demand Storage Sense Integration
  • SharePoint 2019 on-premises support
  • AutoCAD support
  • Enhanced Office Lens experience
  • Camera Upload (iOS / in beta for Android)
  • Share to Teams
  • Improved Share with Me on mobile
  • Meeting note sharing
  • Comments on non-Office files
  • Intelligent sharing
  • Enhanced File Analytics on iOS
  • Intelligent search across audio, video and photos
  • Video and audio transcription
  • Video keyword search
  • Flow integration triggered by keyword
  • Time to read and key points
  • Files Restore for SharePoint and Microsoft Teams
  • Admin hold on video and audio via keyword
  • One-click access approval
  • External sharing integration with Azure AD B2B

 

 

The New Microsoft 365 Roadmap is Live

Our new Microsoft 365 Roadmap is live! We are excited to share this new version of our roadmap, that brings together Office 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Windows 10 into one destination. In addition to retaining all the current information and functionality of the existing Office 365 Roadmap, we've updated our site design to improve the user experience. With the new Microsoft 365 Roadmap, you'll be able to: (1) Utilize new search filters such as product, cloud instance, and platform; (2) View additional information for the features on the Roadmap, including whether the feature is deploying in Targeted Release, preview, specialized cloud instances, or worldwide; and (3) Leverage new RSS capabilities through a custom link on the Roadmap web page. Other notable changes. Note: The existing Office 365 Roadmap URL will automatically redirect to the new page. Also, the "previously released" category will become the "launched" category. Launched features will remain in the "launched" category for six months after going live. We also have redirects in place so that the deep links in any existing Message Center posts will continue to function, and any bookmarks you have set to the Roadmap will continue to work.

 

Why and how you simplify IT with Microsoft 365

In Brad Anderson's Ignite session, he showed 75 minutes worth of examples of how Microsoft has applied a new philosophy to the way we build tools and services for IT pros. We refer to this approach to architecture, development, and end-user experience in Microsoft 365 as being "Integrated for Simplicity." Our goal with this integrated simplicity is to make it as easy as possible for our customers to shift to a modern desktop and make their modern workplace a reality. The makeup of a modern desktop is simple: Windows 10 with Office 365 ProPlus—which are built in and driven by the cloud so that their scale, compute, automation, intelligence, and flexibility can simplify your IT. Supporting your end users with the Office ProPlus apps is a fundamental component of a modern desktop. These are the only apps with an artificial intelligence (AI) that can do the hard work of security while simultaneously improving and beautifying documents and presentations. | Related: Standing behind our application compatibility promise – Desktop App Assure

 

Announcing Microsoft Search

This week at Ignite 2018, we announced Microsoft Search. We’re delighted to announce that we are expanding that vision to encompass search both inside and outside of Microsoft 365. By applying artificial intelligence (AI) technology from Bing to the deep personalized insights surfaced by the Microsoft Graph, we are able to make search in your organization even more effective. With Microsoft Search, we’re introducing new organizational search experiences into the apps you use every day, including Bing.com and Windows, and our vision to connect across your organization’s network of data.

 

A new vision for modern work management with Microsoft Project

Over the last few years, the basic organizing concept for work—the project—has changed significantly. Once a well-defined set of tasks, people, and milestones, today's projects take on many shapes and sizes. They can be formal or ad hoc. They can last a few hours or go on for years. They can be assigned to a small group or cut across many large organizations. As a result, whether we realize it or not, we have all become project managers. And to stay on top of the ever-shifting requirements of our day-to-day jobs, we need tools that are simple enough for anyone to use, flexible enough to support any project type, powerful enough to handle initiatives of any size, and transparent enough to provide visibility across the organization. Introducing modern work management with Microsoft Project. It all starts with Home, a new service that allows you to see and manage all your projects in one place. From Home, you can easily create projects using the new project management service. Versatile by design, this new service is designed to support any role, skill level, or project type. These new Project services are born in the cloud, so teams can always access the same data—no matter where they are or what device they're using. And they include a comprehensive set of capabilities, including resource and financial management and time and expense tracking. Future releases will allow customers to connect the full power of the Project desktop app to the service. Work is happening across your organization all the time, and it can be hard to keep track of the details. The new Roadmap service will give you a cross-functional, big picture view of all the work in process. With Roadmap, it doesn't matter whether your teams are using Microsoft Project or Azure DevOps (formerly VSTS). You can create timeline views of multiple projects—complete with key dates and milestones—so that all the work is visible. And in future releases, we'll add support for Planner and third-party services like Jira, making Project your one-stop-shop for managing work across the organization. Roadmap is the first capability of Portfolio, a set of program and portfolio management services designed to be simple, visual, and intuitive. | Related: Q & A on the Future Vision of Project

 

New innovations in SharePoint and Microsoft 365 deliver power and simplicity for content collaboration

At Microsoft Ignite we showed new innovations for content collaboration in the modern workplace. We showed how SharePoint and Microsoft 365 combine power and simplicity to meet your evolving business needs while ensuring ease of use for all. This balance is empowering organizations to better engage employees, teams to work together on content in new ways, and all employees to easily access and collaborate on files to get work done. If you didn't catch the session at Ignite or live streamed, we encourage you to read the highlights below and watch the session on-demand.

 

Creating a more secure, intelligent and connected enterprise at Ignite 2018

Ignite is Microsoft's biggest event for IT pros and enterprise developers with more than 26,000 people attending from over 100 countries. Ignite is all about our customers—of course they attend, but we also give the mic to customers to participate in Satya's and other executives' keynotes, as well as sessions and workshops. Security was a huge focus at Ignite, from Satya's keynote to a ton of sessions (and related content) across various technologies and services. Below is a list of blog posts that highlight Microsoft's continued focus on security and compliance:

 

Announcing new Microsoft Forms features at Microsoft Ignite

Millions of people have been using Microsoft Forms to create surveys, polls, and quizzes since it became generally available for Office 365 commercial users in April. We continue making investments to improve the Forms experience for our users, with a focus on bringing richer intelligence capabilities and deeper administrative controls. Along with those features, we have introduced a number of capabilities based on user feedback through UserVoice. Read on to see what we're announcing this week at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando. These new capabilities will help you create forms faster, surface new insights from response data, and give you greater administrative flexibility.

 

NOTEWORTHY

 

REMINDER: Changes to Office 365 IP address range and URL publication

The current XML file and the old RSS feed will be available until October 2nd, 2018. If you have automation that uses the XML format, you should update that to use the JSON format data. If you are using the old RSS feed you should either move to the new RSS feed, or
use the sample Microsoft Flow we have published for getting emails on changes. Developer usage documentation for the IP Address and URL web services are detailed in
Managing Office 365 Endpoints – Web Service. | Resource: Microsoft 365 Engineering Webcast: Improvements in Office 365 endpoint publishing and network connectivity guidance

 

Your favorite email app, Outlook mobile, adds new enterprise information protection and mobile management capabilities

Three years ago, we launched Outlook mobile with a mission to deliver the best on-the-go email and calendar app, one that combines delightful customer experiences with enterprise-grade security. To serve an ever more mobile and distributed workforce, today we are announcing new, advanced enterprise capabilities for Outlook mobile with support for Microsoft Information Protection native labeling, as well as improved mobile device management. We're also helping our customers stay connected and on top of what's important with new features including Favorite Notifications and Microsoft Teams integration in Outlook. We're confident that these new capabilities, along with our continued commitment to a first-class user experience, will help make Outlook mobile the preferred choice for your organization.

 

What's new in Microsoft Stream - Ignite 2018 announcements

At Ignite we shared new innovations and capabilities that are helping our customers successfully embrace video for employee engagement, richer communications and a more informed workforce. Worldwide, general availability of new live event capabilities will begin to roll out later this year in Microsoft 365. Customers can create and stream live and on-demand events in Microsoft Stream, Teams, and Yammer to inform and engage customers and employees, wherever they are. Now employees can watch videos on the go with the Stream mobile app for Android (available today) and iOS (available in October), with support for watching live events and viewing videos offline. With the Microsoft Stream mobile app, have all your training, company announcements or meeting recordings at your fingertips. With new meeting recording capabilities in Teams, if you or other invitees miss a meeting you can watch it on demand. Teams recordings use Stream to enable deep search across audio to quickly find keywords or action items that make it fast and easy to get caught up. Stream is now generally available in Office 365 Business Premium and Business Essentials plans, designed for small and medium sized businesses. We are also expanding the availability of intelligent features in Stream, including: (1) Speaker timelines, (2) Speech-to-text and closed captions, and (3) Transcript search and timecodes.

 

Announced: Improvements to Exchange Hybrid Publishing and Organization Configuration Transfer

During a rousing presentation that was marked by wild cheers and standing ovations, we announced a few features designed to simplify hybrid Exchange deployments and speed onboarding to Exchange Online (EXO). The features we discussed focused on two key problems, hybrid administration and configuration as customers prepare to move to the cloud and the complexities and security blockers some customers face when publishing their on-premises environments. Back in June, we launched Organization Configuration Transfer (OCT). The idea is to take the configurations made in Exchange Server on-premises and transfer them to Exchange Online to reduce the burden of re-configuring all your settings before onboarding. At Ignite we announced OCTv2, due out October 2018. First and foremost, seven additional objects have been added to OCT as part of v2. But the real difference in v2 is how we deal with object conflicts. We also introduced the Hybrid Agent, which aims to fix customer problems encountered when establishing a hybrid Exchange environment - external DNS, updating certificates, inbound network connections, etc. The Hybrid Agent will install an agent, built on the same technology as Azure Application Proxy, this will publish your Exchange on-premises environment to EXO without requiring any of the changes customers have struggled with. V1 of the Hybrid Agent will support the core scenarios of mailbox moves and free/busy for your hybrid deployment and is in private preview now. We're focused on getting to public preview and GA as quickly as possible. In the meantime, we're also working on additional scenarios we can support with the Hybrid Agent. | Resource: BRK3143 - Hybrid Exchange: Making it easier and faster to move to the cloud

 

Microsoft Flow October 2018 Update: Integrations with Office 365, the platform and more!

Microsoft is modernizing business processes for enhanced productivity in CRM and ERP applications. It's easier for every business and business function to transform how people work. Microsoft Flow, Microsoft's workflow and business process management platform, is core to the success of this mission. Microsoft Flow offers rich workflow and business process capabilities for the Microsoft Power platform, and for the Dynamics 365 and Office 365 services that build on that platform. This October, Microsoft Flow is doubling down on the platform integration by releasing key capabilities that enhance the power of all the above products. | Related: New Community design, support improvements and connector improvements including Teams and SharePoint

 

Celebrating 10 years and the future of Yammer

This month we are celebrating 10 incredible years of Yammer. Our customers continue to inspire us to build transformational experiences that empower and connect every person across an organization to maximize their impact. Looking towards the next 10 years and beyond, Yammer will center around enabling organization-wide employee engagement and communications for Microsoft 365 customers. Yammer will also focus on providing a world-class community-building experience to help connect people around common interests, identities and areas of practice. We will continue to evolve Yammer to power social connection and engagement across the Office 365 suite. All of these capabilities will be built on the foundation of comprehensive trust and control offered by Microsoft 365. Cultural change and evolution are critical for businesses in the modern workplace. A core way to enable that change is to get everyone across the organization engaged and participating, because every person influences culture. We believe that Yammer's focus and commitment to making people a part of that movement will help organizations achieve greater outcomes. And this week, we are sharing a look into our newest innovations that help empower this change.

 

Microsoft Whiteboard is now available for more devices

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Whiteboard app for iOS, and the commercial preview of the Whiteboard app on the web. Building on the Whiteboard app for Windows 10 released in July, these releases move us closer to achieving our vision of a collaborative space for ideation that is accessible from any device and integrates seamlessly into the collaboration workflows teams already use. Whether on Windows 10, iOS, or the web, Microsoft Whiteboard provides an infinite canvas where imagination has room to grow. On your Windows or iOS device, you can draw, type, add a sticky note or an image, stack things up, move them around. And from any device with an up-to-date web browser, you can now open and view your boards, and add and erase ink. Whiteboard brings every member of a team together, whether they're huddled around a wall-size touchscreen or working independently from their own laptops, tablets, or mobile devices. And because Whiteboard automatically saves your boards to the cloud, you can always pick up right where you left off, whenever, wherever – and now from a broader range of devices.

 

October PowerApps updates are rolling out - say hello to many new features!

We're excited to share that many of the items in the October Release Notes are now beginning to roll into preview environments, with others already available in production! All the details are in the blog post, but at a higher level these features focus on the following key priorities: (1) Quality, quality, quality - PowerApps is now faster and more reliable than ever before, (2) More powerful apps build on CDS with continued platform unification, (3) More productive makers - building business apps faster, (4) Awesome end user experiences, and (5) Greater admin visibility and control. | Related: Custom Admin Dashboard with the PowerApps Admin Connectors

 

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