Safe Links in Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection now extends protection to Office 365 Pro Plus desktop clients.
When a user clicks a link in Office 365 client applications including Word, Excel, and Power Point, Advanced Threat Protection will inspect the link to see if it is malicious.
When someone who has a Send-as or Send-on-behalf-of permission (the delegate) to another user's mailbox (the principal) currently sends an email as or on-behalf-of the principal, only the delegate has the email stored in his/her Sent Items folder.
Now, via Power Shell, this behavior can be modified so that both the delegate and the principal have a copy stored in their Sent Items folders.
One Note can now graph handwritten equations and even let you manipulate variables to see the visual effect of changes.
It can also teach you the steps to solve systems of equations.
If the link is malicious, the user will be redirected to a warning page instead of the original target URL.
Admins can now export the data from the organization wide activity charts at the top of each usage report.The new reporting role is meant for those who are tasked with Office 365 reporting and data analysis as well as those driving usage and adoption within their organization.This new reporting role gives a user access only to the usage reports in the Office 365 admin center and the data responsible for those reports under der Microsoft Graph API.We’re improving the way Outlook on the web users interact with Office 365 Groups with a newly refreshed group card that gives you easy access to all the components of a group, such as conversations, calendar, notebook, files, planner, and so on.You'll be able to easily join, leave, follow and un-follow groups at your convenience.Outlook Customer Manager helps small businesses track and grow relationships with customers right within Outlook.