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MC432475 – (Updated) Quick Access Teams and Sharepoint Document Libraries in win32 backstage

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check before: 2022-09-30

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Microsoft 365 Apps, OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Windows

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Admin impact, New feature, Updated message, User impact

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Updated January 19, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. We apologize for the delayed communication. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late January 2024 (previously late October) and expect to complete by late February 2024 (previously late November).
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out mid-March 2024 (previously late December) and expect to complete by mid-April 2024 (previously late January).

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Created:
2022-09-17

updated:
2024-01-19

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2024-01-19MC Last Updated11/30/2023 18:54:382024-01-19T05:57:37Z
2024-01-19MC MessagesUpdated November 30, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late October 2023 (previously June) and expect to complete by late November 2023 (previously late May).
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late December 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by late January 2024 (previously late November).
Updated January 19, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. We apologize for the delayed communication. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late January 2024 (previously late October) and expect to complete by late February 2024 (previously late November).
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out mid-March 2024 (previously late December) and expect to complete by mid-April 2024 (previously late January).
2024-01-19MC End Time03/04/2024 09:00:002024-05-20T10:00:00Z
2023-12-01MC Last Updated11/16/2023 23:08:092023-11-30T18:54:38Z
2023-12-01MC MessagesUpdated November 16, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2023 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July 2023 (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by late November 2023 (previously late October).
Updated November 30, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late October 2023 (previously June) and expect to complete by late November 2023 (previously late May).
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late December 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by late January 2024 (previously late November).
2023-12-01MC End Time01/08/2024 09:00:002024-03-04T09:00:00Z
2023-11-17MC Last Updated09/27/2023 21:21:222023-11-16T23:08:09Z
2023-11-17MC MessagesUpdated September 27, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2023 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July 2023 (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by late October 2023 (previously early September).
Updated November 16, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2023 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July 2023 (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by late November 2023 (previously late October).
2023-11-17MC End Time12/04/2023 09:00:002024-01-08T09:00:00Z
2023-09-28MC Last Updated07/20/2023 21:56:572023-09-27T21:21:22Z
2023-09-28MC MessagesUpdated July 20, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2023 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July 2023 (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by early September 2023 (previously mid-August).
Updated September 27, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2023 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July 2023 (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by late October 2023 (previously early September).
2023-09-28MC End Time11/06/2023 09:00:002023-12-04T09:00:00Z
2023-07-21MC Last Updated07/06/2023 07:16:232023-07-20T21:56:57Z
2023-07-21MC MessagesUpdated July 5, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out mid-July (previously late June) and expect to complete by mid-August (previously late July).
Updated July 20, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2023 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July 2023 (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by early September 2023 (previously mid-August).
2023-07-21MC End Time09/18/2023 10:00:002023-11-06T09:00:00Z
2023-07-06MC Last Updated05/17/2023 00:25:372023-07-06T07:16:23Z
2023-07-06MC MessagesUpdated May 16, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out mid-August (previously late June) and expect to complete by mid-September (previously late July).
Updated July 5, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out mid-July (previously late June) and expect to complete by mid-August (previously late July).
2023-07-06MC End Time10/31/2023 09:00:002023-09-18T10:00:00Z
2023-05-17MC Last Updated04/18/2023 20:39:162023-05-17T00:25:37Z
2023-05-17MC MessagesUpdated April 18, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late April (previously early April) and expect to complete by late May (previously late April).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late June and expect to complete by late July.
Updated May 16, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June (previously late April) and expect to complete by late July (previously late May).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out mid-August (previously late June) and expect to complete by mid-September (previously late July).
2023-05-17MC End Time08/31/2023 10:00:002023-10-31T09:00:00Z
2023-04-19MC MessagesUpdated February 2, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out early April and expect to complete by late April.

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late June and expect to complete by late July.
Updated April 18, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late April (previously early April) and expect to complete by late May (previously late April).

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late June and expect to complete by late July.
2023-04-19MC Last Updated02/02/2023 22:23:002023-04-18T20:39:16Z
2023-02-03MC Last Updated11/09/2022 21:09:202023-02-02T22:23:00Z
2023-02-03MC MessagesUpdated November 9, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out early October and expect to complete by late January 2023 (previously late October 2022).

Standard Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out late January 2023 and expect to complete by late March 2023 (previously late January 2023).
Updated February 2, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out early April and expect to complete by late April.

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late June and expect to complete by late July.
2023-02-03MC End Time04/28/2023 10:00:002023-08-31T10:00:00Z
2022-11-10MC MessagesCurrently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out early October and expect to complete by late October 2022.

Standard Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out early January and expect to complete by late January 2023..
Updated November 9, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently, users experience some frustration when using Office products because of all different routes that they must use to access all their content. The Quick Access feature will allow users to access shared libraries from both their SharePoint and Teams locations. When the user opens files from shared libraries, these libraries will show up in the form of a list which will encourage users to save and open files to these libraries with ease. This helps deliver a more consistent, coherent storage location experience across M365 apps. This new backstage experience won’t show up in Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive but does include storage locations from OneDrive and Teams (sites/channels) which are stored on SharePoint.
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out early October and expect to complete by late January 2023 (previously late October 2022).

Standard Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out late January 2023 and expect to complete by late March 2023 (previously late January 2023).
2022-11-10MC TitleQuick Access Teams and Sharepoint Document Libraries in win32 backstage(Updated) Quick Access Teams and Sharepoint Document Libraries in win32 backstage
2022-11-10MC Last Updated09/16/2022 23:43:282022-11-09T21:09:20Z
2022-11-10MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, User impact, Admin impact
2022-11-10MC End Time02/28/2023 09:00:002023-04-28T10:00:00Z

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