Offline Mode in OneDrive for Web
Boost your productivity with OneDrive Offline mode, allowing you to work on OneDrive when offline in the browser, OneDrive PWA (Progressive Web App), and Microsoft Teams. This enhancement improves performance and alleviates throttling related to working with large file collections.
Soon, on Windows and macOS devices running the OneDrive sync app, a new feature called “Offline mode” will enable you to continue working with the OneDrive web app, OneDrive PWA, or Microsoft Teams even when offline.
Loop Components in Channels and Loop Embed Mode in Teams
The collaborative Loop components from Teams chats are now expanding to channels! Create, share, and edit components seamlessly to collaborate synchronously and asynchronously on ideas without leaving the context of your conversations. Copy and paste Loop components between channels, chats, Outlook emails, and other supported Microsoft 365 apps.
Loop components created in Teams channels are stored in the channel’s SharePoint site, making them easily accessible to channel members. If a component is created and sent within the channel, access it in the Files tab.
New Teams on Web for Edge and Chrome
Microsoft have announced the general availability of the new Teams on the web for Edge and Chrome. The goal is to provide a near-identical experience to the new Teams desktop app, with both sharing the same infrastructure to improve load times, channel and chat switches, and reduce memory usage.
Files App Updating to OneDrive App Experience in Teams
The Files app on the left side of the Teams desktop client is getting a makeover with the new OneDrive app experience. This update brings performance improvements, more views, and the latest features of OneDrive to both classic and new Teams. All existing features of the Files app will be available via this new OneDrive app experience.
Please note that as part of this change, the Files app on the left side of the new Teams desktop client will become the OneDrive app. Currently, there is no change in the name of the Files app in either classic Teams desktop or Teams mobile.