12 Days of SharePoint | Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of PixelMill’s ’12 Days of SharePoint’ series! Today’s tip will help you discover amazing things on a daily basis. Enjoy!

SharePoint Online Search driven by the Microsoft Graph is going to change how we interact with data 

If you haven’t already done so, watch Naomi Moneypenny’s and Kathrine Hammervold’s Ignite 2017 session, “Accelerate Productivity with Search and Discovery in SharePoint and Office 365. Although as of today, these new search experiences are not GA, this is a topic you want to keep an eye on. Start now by planning how you will integrate the new search experiences coming to an Office 365 tenant near you. This goes along with pro-tip #1, Tag Your Content. While customization gaps are expected when the new search experiences hit your tenant, we’re sure that your users will want to start finding new content as soon as possible. 

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