Updates to OneDrive, Activity feed and more…
OneDrive for Business updates
Announcing several enhancements to OneDrive for commercial customers. Now you can use the latest client to sync SharePoint Online team sites and OneDrive for Business shared folders, providing you with easy access to your shared documents. On the web, a simplified sharing experience, helping you better specify scope and duration for sharing permissions. OneDrive is also easier for IT to deploy and manage with the new OneDrive admin center and a standalone Mac client.
Activity feed is now available for consumers
In April, Microsoft introduced an activity feed in Word, Excel and PowerPoint for documents stored on SharePoint or OneDrive for Business—one of many updates bringing the collaboration experience front and centre within the Office apps. Now this experience is available for consumers who store their documents on OneDrive. This means all subscribers can now stay on top of changes to shared cloud documents by accessing a full history of changes, as well as easily opening or even reverting to a prior version as needed. Get started with the Activity feed in a few easy steps.
Microsoft StaffHub is generally available
Earlier this month, we announced the general availability of Microsoft StaffHub, a new app for Office 365 designed to help staff workers manage their workday. Managers can easily create and adjust shift schedules, which employees can access from their mobile device. Employees can also access documents, videos and other information directly within the app, as well as send quick messages to each other or to the entire work group.
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