The Microsoft 365 Roadmap is a useful website for tracking upcoming features for Microsoft apps and services. We often scan the roadmap to see what’s coming up for Teams, Office, or other apps. A recent overhaul of the Microsoft 365 roadmap makes it easier to find entries for features.
The website design appears to have been refreshed over the past week. As far as we can judge, the major design change took place on October 13, 2021. The site now has more filtering options, visual indicators for feature progress, and new sorting options.
Filters are now located just below the header image, making it easier to see which filters you have applied to a search query.
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The biggest visual change is that the Microsoft 365 roadmap now features “feature maps” rather than showing the entries as a table. These feature maps optimize the layout of the website and can be expanded or collapsed. When collapsed, they still display the title of the entry and a visual indicator of how far away the feature is. You can sort feature maps by preview date or general availability date.
The changes have been rolled out to the desktop and mobile versions of the Microsoft 365 roadmap.
The dates on the Microsoft 365 roadmap are targets, not hard goals, but they provide an indication of when features will be delivered to Microsoft’s applications and services.
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