SharePoint coauthored pages. Silence channel posts | Ep 338

SharePoint coauthored pages. Silence channel posts | 338

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“Are you done editing the page? Well, can you check it in before you go on leave? I don’t want you to lose your changes.” Does this sound familiar? It might soon be a distant memory.
Are you also looking forward to silencing those noisy, busy Teams channel posts? Glad to see this feature return.

Daniel and Darrell now share their 365 Message Center message sorting with a live audience. Join the live stream and the chat. Contribute to the show and tell us which messages are important to you and why. 👉 Subscribe to the YouTube channel to be notified or plan to join us.

This week on the 365 Message Center Show

Daniel and Darrell cover:

– Change in attachment links in Viva Engage messages to SharePoint location for eDiscovery – MC803566

– SharePoint News connector in Teams retires July 22, 2024 – MC803508

– Collaborate on SharePoint Pages and News with coauthoring – MC803012

– Turn notifications on or off for a post in a channel – MC802698

– Retiring Stream (Classic) Tab on Teams Chat and Channel – MC802005

– Users will now be notified when their admin unblocks a requested Teams app – MC802703

– Use Microsoft Purview to prevent some connected experiences that analyze content – MC802004

Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover the latest messages in the Microsoft 365 Message Center.

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