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:
Fluid Components in Teams Chat
You’ll soon be able to edit a chat message live and in real-time with everyone else in the chat, just like co-authoring in Word. You’ll be able to communally work on a list of action items, or build a table or list quickly and easily. The rollout will begin mid-August and should complete by early September.
Content Type Sync Enhancements and Site Gallery
Updates to change the content type gallery sync engine from a push to a pull will begin soon. This will change the sync to a pull model where sites that need the content type can pull it in for use, vs. pushing it everywhere.
Time will tell if this improves the experience. There were issues in the past where pushing a content type would overtake views. Rollout to start early August and end in late August.
That’s it for the updates of note this week. See you again next week for more updates and changes!
Missed the updates from previous weeks? Check them out here: Microsoft 365 Newest Updates.
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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