Surface content using Office Graph technology with OnePlace Solutions R7.1
Release 7.1 of the OnePlace Solutions suite of products further extends the enriched document management and email management capabilities of OnePlaceMail and OnePlaceDocs.
OnePlaceLive has been enhanced to surface content within Solution Profiles (for on-premise & Office 365) using Office Graph technology. These profiles can now encompass both content and locations, delivering SharePoint solutions to business users in a consistent, personalized, and easy to use manner, irrespective of the physical information architecture of your SharePoint/Office 365 solutions and environment.
Transform the way end users work with business solutions delivered on SharePoint and Office 365.
- Added new item type for delivering content based on SharePoint/Office 365 search.
- Added new item type for delivering content based on Office Graph (insights). Apply further search query refinements to Office Graph to both scope and filter the content.
- Extended Location Search and Central Register items to allow prompt for properties setting that apply to recent locations created from these items.
Watch a 4-minute video showing Office Graph integration with OnePlaceLive Solution Profiles.
Upload Files to SharePoint/Office 365 from Docs Explorer to SharePoint and Office 365.
- Support for saving from Adobe Acrobat DC and Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to SharePoint and Office 365 (in addition to Acrobat X and XI).
- Added the upload button to Docs Explorer to easily upload files to SharePoint and Office 365.
OnePlaceMail & OnePlaceDocs (Shared)
- Added local preview of .eml files stored in SharePoint/Office 365.
- Added support for opening SharePoint/Office 365 files directly in Office Web Apps where available.
- Added support for calculated columns when displaying SharePoint views.
- Support for Site Mailboxes in Outlook 2013 is deprecated (can be switched on/off via config update but not available in Settings Dialog).
- Release 7.1 is the last official release supporting Windows XP, Office 2007, and SharePoint 2007.
- ...plus more.
See the R7.1 release notes for other features and bug fixes.
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