M365 Changelog: SharePoint Collapsible Sections
MC266077 – Updated August 24, 2021: Microsoft has updated the rollout timeline below. While in Targeted Release they received valuable feedback around the behavior of anchor links when used in collapsible sections as well as some formatting issues experienced by users of right-to-left languages. Microsoft feels that both of these issues are important for us to address prior to making the feature generally available. Microsoft is actively addressing these issues now and expect the solution to reach General Availability with all fixes in place by the end of September 2021. Thank you for your patience.
This new feature will allow users to create rich, information-dense SharePoint pages. As part of this release, Microsoft will enable the page author to configure sections within the SharePoint page to be able to expand, collapse and set the default page-load state for the section.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 67147.
When this will happen:
Microsoft will begin rolling out to Targeted release (select users and organization) in early July (complete) and expect to be complete for Standard release in late September (previously late July).
How this will affect your organization:
This feature will give authors new ways to build rich and interesting SharePoint pages.
What you need to do to prepare:
You might want to notify your users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as appropriate.
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