Updated March 15, 2022: Microsoft have updated the timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Microsoft refreshing the Move/Copy user experience in OneDrive and SharePoint to make it easier for you to move and copy your files and folders. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85567.
- SharePoint Online
- OneDrive for Business
When this will happen
We will gradually roll out starting with Targeted release in early January (previously mid-December) and complete for Standard release in late March (previously early March).
How this will affect your organization
When a user moves or copies a file or folder within OneDrive or SharePoint, they will see a new dialog-based experience to choose the destination for their content. There is no change to the underlying Move or Copy capabilities—all limitations, errors and admin settings will be unimpacted.
What you need to do to prepare
You might want to notify your OneDrive and SharePoint end users, update your user training, and prepare your help desk.
For your users: The support article titled Move or copy files in SharePoint describes the limitations and current Move experience. The screenshots will be updated to reflect the new experience as it’s rolling out to customers.
- Project for the web get started guide for admins
- Handling data for Project and Roadmap
- Project blog on TechCommunity for the latest news
- Project Service Description: Go to this web page to understand what the new Project for the web includes.
Message ID: MC288642
Published: 01 October 2021
Updated: 15 March 2022
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