SharePoint 2010 workflows will be retired starting August 2020. To mitigate the impact for customers using SharePoint 2010 workflows, we recommend migrating to Power Automate or other supported solutions. SharePoint 2013 workflows will be retired in the future as well. We currently do not have a timeline when this will occur.
Summary The upcoming Beta release of the Google Chrome browser (build 78 released on 9/19/2019) will feature a breaking change in how cookies are handled that will severely impact many open standards based applications and services, including Microsoft cloud services, resulting in users being unable to sign-in to services and user sessions being left active … Continue reading Google Chrome Beta version 78 causes users being unable to sign-in
This is just a short summary of some supportability news, notes and remainders related to SharePoint. Support Lifecycle Reminder for SharePoint 2010 RTM Starting July 10, 2012, mainstream support will end for SharePoint 2010 RTM. This means that customers should attempt to be at least at SP1 if they wish to receive mainstream support from … Continue reading SharePoint Supportability flash July 2012
This is just a summary of some supportability news and flashes related to SharePoint, as recent as per May 2012. Updated Browser Support Matrix Until this month, the Plan Browser Support matrix document on TechNet was a common edit point for TechNet writers because of the constantly changing browser versions. With many browsers moving … Continue reading SharePoint Supportability flash May 2012