Newsletter – Episode 47

Episode 47 – December 24, 2015

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cool pic Admins – get ready for Office 365 Planner preview!

Office 365 Planner – a new experience in Office 365 that offers a simple, visual way to organize teamwork. Microsoft has started rolling out Planner preview to Office 365 First Release customers. Once administrators take the necessary actions, users can start using Planner by launching it from the Office 365 app launcher.

cool pic New to Office 365 in December – Office Mobile for Windows 10 phone, updates for Apple and Android, Office 365 Planner preview and more

This post by Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office team, is about new apps and features delivered in December, and updates for Office for Apps devices, Skype for Business for Android, a preview of Office 365 Planner, and new management tools for IT.

cool pic Matter Center for Office 365 is now available in GitHub

Matter Center – is an Office 365 Add-in and SharePoint-based document collaboration solution that seeks to increase productivity for legal professionals while supporting seamless access from any device. Matter Center is available now to a broad community of developers through GitHub.

cool pic New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online

New SharePoint CSOM version released for the Office 365 or more specifically for SharePoint Online. This updated CSOM release contains numerous highly requested new capabilities which will enable new business scenarios and capabilities when you are developing solutions for SharePoint Online.

cool pic Skype for Business for Android now available

Microsoft has recently announced availability of the Skype for Business app for Android. Read this blog post to take a look at some of the features of the Skype for Business app for Android.

Meanwhile in a galaxy far, far away

blogs & tutorials

Managing your security and compliance needs with the new Office 365 Protection Center

With the recent launch of new security features in Office 365 Microsoft is expanding the mission of the Office 365 Compliance Center. This blog post is about new Office 365 Protection Center.

Microsoft Vice President Teper: What’s next for OneDrive and SharePoint

Read this article to know what’s next for Microsoft’s integrated cloud storage and SharePoint team according to Jeff Teper, Microsoft Corporate Vice President.

Integrating AngularJS with Azure Active Directory and Office 365/SharePoint

This is a part 1 of article series by Dan Wahlin and Spike Xavier from ITUnity about the process of creating an external application that can interact with Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Office 365 and SharePoint.

Things to know when creating subscriptions via the Microsoft Graph API

This blog post by Elio Struyf, Office 365 MVP, is about leveraging beta endpoints of the Microsoft Graph and journey of creating subscriptions for Office 365 events.

Master List of SharePoint On-Premises and SharePoint Online Custom Development Best Practices

Nick Patel, Office 365, Microsoft Azure, and SharePoint Architect, compiled a list of best practices for modern SharePoint development which would be applicable to SharePoint 2013 on-premises, SharePoint 2016 on-premises, and SharePoint Online.

No the new Delve tab in SharePoint Office 365 isn’t an Intranet

A lot of things are changing for SharePoint and we see these changes when migrating to Office 365. Delve comes as part of this offering and uses the new Office Graph to surface the information you need. However, it should not be considered as your new Intranet.

How to make the new SharePoint Hosted Add-In deploy in SharePoint 2016 Beta 2

One of the complaints while working with SP2016 Beta 2 right now is that the Visual Studio 2015 Office Developer Tools Preview SharePoint Hosted Add-In will not deploy. This post shows how to fix the issue.

Data immutability and Office 365 tenant lifecycle

One of the more common questions about Office 365 has been – what happens to my data after my organization’s Office 365 subscription ends? The most common answer circulated in the community refers to a grace period of 30 days, during which you can still retrieve your data.

Tools

Build beautiful one-page specifications for SPMeta2 models

SPMeta2.Specs provides a simple API to generate beautiful one page HTML technical specifications based on your SPMeta2 models.

People who worked on this episode

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

The end!

Best regards,
Belarus SharePoint Community,
Newsletter Founders.

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