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Categories: SharePoint

October 25, 2020

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My Feed web part

From Microsoft Corporation

MC223652, Stay Informed, Published date: Oct 7, 2020
New feature, User impact

SharePoint pages and site can be more relevant to individual users by adding the My feed web part.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 67148.

When this will happen

  • Targeted release: begins rolling out mid-October
  • Standard release: begins rolling out in late-October and should be complete in early November 2020

How this will affect your organization

The My feed web part will show as a new option in the web part toolbox.

Screen cap

After it has been added to a SharePoint page, the My feed web part will show a mix of content from across Microsoft 365, based on what’s likely to be most relevant to the current user at any given time. Please note that only content that the user has permission to access will be shown.
What you need to do to prepare

You might want to make your users aware of this new option and that the experience is personalized.

Learn more:

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