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MC343428: SharePoint app bar – Temporary window to disable is extended

The SharePoint app bar is designed to improve the global wayfinding experience while dynamically displaying personalized content. The app bar makes important content and resources more accessible no matter where you are in SharePoint. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 70576.

The SharePoint app bar brings a consistent navigation experience to every site on your intelligent intranet, featuring quick access to important sites across the organization with global navigation, personally relevant sites, and the news feed.

MC343428: SharePoint app bar – Temporary window to disable is extended

Affected workloads

  • SharePoint Online

How this will affect your organization

We had previously shared (MC240066 and MC293206) that the SharePoint app bar could be temporarily disabled until March 31st, 2022.

When this will happen

Today we are announcing that we are extending the window for the app bar to be temporarily disabled until September 30, 2022.

What you need to do to prepare

While the app bar plays an integral role in the overall modern SharePoint experience, we acknowledge that for some customers there is a continued desire to disable the app bar.

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Message ID: MC343428
Published: 16 March 2022
Updated: 16 March 2022
Major change: False
#FeatureUpdate #UserImpact #AdminImpact #SharePoint
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