Welcome to the Microsoft 365 Newest Updates series. Every week, we do our best to sift through the most important Message Center updates into an easy-to-digest format so you’re always up-to-date.
With that out of the way, let’s get started:
New SharePoint Admin Center Features
There are a pair of new SharePoint Admin Center features that are of note.
First, the ability to replace your root site regardless of your organization size will soon be available to complete via the UI. This will allow organizations that are building a new intranet or similar landing site to replace the current root site instead of having to build in that space. This allows current functionality to not be removed so that new functionality can begin to be built.
Second, there are some new columns on the Active Sites page to help admins identify sites in a couple of different ways. First is the Created From column that will list what app created the site which will be useful for organizations to see how sites are being created via Teams, SharePoint, etc. And the second is a Teams column, which shows clearly if a site is connected to a Team.
These are both rolling out now with completion due by end of June.
Page Details Updates
Associated Roadmap ID: 81994
Some new sections are being added to the Page Details menu that will allow a user to edit their page URL, delete the page, or copy a link to paste elsewhere right from the panel. Rollout begins early June with a slated completion of early July.
That’s it for the updates of note this week. See you again next week for more updates and changes!
As always, if you have any questions regarding these new updates, or require guidance with your Microsoft 365 solution, Imaginet is here to help.
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