check before: 2022-11-30
Graph API, Microsoft 365 Apps
Android, Developer, iOS, US Instances, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant
New feature, User impact, Admin impact
This week we are rolling out the Microsoft 365 app for the web. This was first announced at Microsoft Ignite in October 2022 and is being implemented as a phased roll out. It’s expected to reach all customers in the next few weeks.
This experience replaces the Office.com experience and aligned with the Office apps for web, Windows, and mobile. The change includes a rebranding of Office.com as well as various enhancements. Customers can expect to see a new URL, new visual style, and a new favicon. In addition, we will introduce a few new features in the coming weeks.
The Microsoft 365 app enables you to create, share, and collaborate all in one place. You can create new content using a wide variety of apps and templates, access your files and apps, and leverage the intelligence of Microsoft Graph to deliver insights and recommendations for making work easier. The app also integrates third-party apps and storage solutions you’ve purchased.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 98173
[When this will happen:]
This feature is now rolling out and will complete by late November 2022.
Starting in January, links across Microsoft websites pointing to www.office.com will be updated to point to www.microsoft365.com. In the future, www.office.com will begin redirecting traffic to www.microsoft365.com. No date has been set for that transition yet.
This rollout only applies to the web experience. The Office app for Windows, iOS, and Android will become the Microsoft 365 app starting in January 2023.
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