This post was a little different. You guys liked my infographics, one-pagers and posters. That’s why I created some for Microsoft SharePoint’s Roadmap Pitstops. I called them “Poster Pitstop” 🙂
The intention was that you could take these posters below and use them for your end-user communication. For instance, if you already have an intranet platform, you can write most likely news, right? So you were able to use the poster for the respective month and tell your audience what is new in your portal.
This article has come to an end, and is not receiving any updates. Why? Well, I did this for one year 🙂 If you want me to start with a NEW season, let me know in the comments or via social media
- August 2020
- July 2020
- June 2020
- May 2020
- April 2020
- March 2020
- February 2020
- January 2020
- November 2019
- October 2019
- September 2019
- August 2019
SharePoint Pitstop August 2020
What’s new in August? Well, a lot and even more if taking a peak into other products. New site templates for edu, the end of SharePoint 2010 workflows which is good, but also sad to me, as I started with SharePoint 2010 and obviously I worked with SharePoint Destroyer, uhhhm, sorry… Designer. 🙂 You can now also download the site usage data and much more. Of course Mark discussed some topics in his “The Intrazone” podcast episode. See below his guest and the topic. You find the original article here.
Also, if you’re interested in a weekly “what’s new at Microsoft’s roadmap”, I started a Podcast for that which only takes a few minutes per episode. Available in German & English. Go check it out if you’re into that.
SharePoint Pitstop July 2020
It was quite a hot month and not only because of the weather. Many new things appeared on Microsoft’s roadmap (in case you want to know which, you can check my latest idea called Microsoft Roadmap Roundup in 90 seconds here. 90 seconds used for good!) and some are already available such as Microsoft Lists. Therefore Mark Kashman had a lot to cover in his article you can find here and in his episode on the Intrazone, he talked with John Sanders about sites and web parts. Interesting for many for sure.
SharePoint Pitstop June 2020
June is our pride month. Pride is a emotional state. Something positive. Also SharePoint brings us into quite some emotions, but not all positive though 😉 Sorry, Microsoft. You have to work more one that 😛 But this month you brought joy to me. Why? Well, features like the 100 GB files, better site analytics, a better quick edit experience and more helped. To see all the new things happened in June, check the official Microsoft article here.
SharePoint Pitstop May 2020
What a month… I’m not talking about tech here, but a few other things… Sadly, we had to experience a situation which most of us hoped we wouldn’t see again and yet, we were confronted which such. In respect of this and all other bad situations out there, a not so “smileworthy” version for this month to remember what this month brought us. Be safe out there and stay strong!
To check the official blog post, visit the Microsoft SharePoint blog or click here.
SharePoint Pitstop April 2020
What happened in April? Well, a lot. This is the poster to share in your company to announce what is now possible in your environment. If you want to take a detailed look, check the official article here.
Some great new features are Stock Images in SharePoint, Audience targeting in site navigation and footer, Shy header and SharePoint Spaces is in preview. There are also new features across SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams such as Review mode in Word for the web or the File card – “Conversations”.
SharePoint Pitstop March 2020
It is only in our darkest hours that we may discover the true strength of the brilliant light within ourselves that can never, ever, be dimmed. – Doe Zantamata
I hope, everybody is as good as possible at these times. Maybe this poster brings a little joy to you, as Microsoft also keeps pushing new features to SharePoint. You find the official post about the March 2020 SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop here. Many topics are covered such as mobile app theming, multilingual publishing, Wiki notation, editing metadata easier, conditional formatting rule builder and much more.
SharePoint Pitstop February 2020
February, my and many others’ favorite month as it is carnival time (called “Fasnet” where I’m from) 🙂 Check the official Microsoft post here and learn about the compliance work of Power Apps and Power Automate for government cloud customers. Also, learn about Mover (I wrote a dedicated article about that here), as well as live events, integration news, and the new Office app.
SharePoint Pitstop January 2020
The first roadmap pitstop in 2020 has arrived. Check it out here and find out what’s new in January + listen to the Intrazone with Nicole Woon as guest in the episode and even more.
SharePoint Pitstop November 2019
You find the official article posted by Mark Kashman here.
SharePoint / Ignite Summary Pitstop October 2019
For this poster, there is also a short dedicated post which includes a German version of the poster. You find that post here.
SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop September 2019
You know where you find the official article, right? That’s right, here.
Teams & SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop August 2019
Question: Who posted the official article which can be found here?
Answer: Your Intrazone host and Senior Product Manager on the SharePoint team: Mark Kashman
Until the next update of SharePoint Poster Pitstop, don’t be afraIT and check out my infographics on my dedicated page!