Microsoft has announced that Skype for Business Online will be retired on July 31, 2021. Moreover, the service will no longer be accessible after the aforementioned date. The current Skype for Business Online clients will remain unaffected until the retirement. However, it is important to note that all new Office 365 customers will directly on-board to Microsoft Teams for chat, meetings, and calling starting September 1, 2019.
Microsoft has recently announced – a unified, company-wide code samples browser. This unified browser, aims to make it easier for developers to discover relevant code examples. Enabling developers to get started quickly , irrespective of the Microsoft product or service being used.
Microsoft has decided to rebrand Office Online to simply Office moving forward. They have now chosen to discontinue usage of the “Online” branding with all the Office apps, which means “Word Online” is now “Word,” “Excel on line” is now “Excel,” etc.
Also, it is important to note here that this rebranding only applies to Office apps. There is no change to the branding of the “Online” server products. Specifically Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Project Online, and Office Online Server.
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There has been a lot of speculation and confusion around sandbox solution being deprecated in SharePoint 2013. But finally, the SharePoint team has clarified that no-code sandboxed solutions (NCSS) are very much supported.
Following is the update from the SharePoint team. In conclusion, we have some clear message coming across from the production team w.r.t sandbox solution development.