A couple of unusual features and improvements have been announced this week in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, which allows Micrsosoft 365 subscribers, and is aimed at improving productivity while enhancing efficiency and efficiency.
First up is the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, which will allow users to sign in to an account faster. "Users will gain an improved one-sign-on experience by automatically being able to see their OneDrive files within their file browser upon signing in or an OneDrive app update."
If your Windows device is connected to your Azure Active Directory (AAD) account, your OneDrive folder will automatically sync without you having to provide your account credentials. The same applies to MacOS users who are logged into another Microsoft application like Edge in November. However, once you have OneDrive, you might at times discover that it is trying to sign in with an existing AAD certificate available to Microsoft applications.
The Microsoft 365 Roadmap, which includes an unread toggle in activity feed, is next up. The Preview is expected to begin at the end of this month, while the Standard one will begin rolling out in November.
Enough, surveys and shared plans under the tag 85660 in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap are coming to users with Viva Insights subscriptions in an effort to improve effective meeting habits. As meeting organizers will be able to see aggregated feedback from meeting participants, where they will be able to leverage it to assess their strengths and weaknesses, thus allowing them to make changes accordingly. Surveys will begin rolling out towards the end of this month while Meeting effectiveness Plan will be implemented in mid-October.
Microsoft OneDrive is getting a new Activity column with a Rank 88913 in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, which was originally expected to roll out in September, but the timeline has since been extended to mid-October, which is expected to reach general availability by the end of the month. The column will also include features in the My files view, where users will be able to see all shares, @mentions, and assigned tasks.
And finally, Microsoft Teams is planning to have a regular Screen Share Support for Firefox Browser starting mid-October. Please include your thoughts in the comment section below.