Microsoft Ignite starts in just a few days, and I have gotten a lot of questions on where people should go to get the official Microsoft Ignite announcements from Microsoft directly during the week and then stay up to date! Here are the main channels that Microsoft will use to communicate the news this week!
The Microsoft Tech Community is the home of many product team’s official blog, and there is where they will be sharing in more details stuff announced either in the main keynote by Satya, or in the technology keynotes that follow right after. Here is a list of blogs by technology:
- Microsoft 365 Blog
- Microsoft Forms Blog
- Microsoft OneDrive Blog
- Microsoft Search Blog
- Microsoft SharePoint Blog
- Microsoft Stream Blog
- Microsoft Teams Blog
- Microsoft Teams Events Blog
- Office 365 Blog
- Project Blog
- Planner Blog
- SharePoint Developer Blog
- Yammer Blog
- View all Other blogs here! (Especially Azure has 20+ blogs depending on team!)
All those blogs have RSS feeds you can subscribe to with your favourite RSS reader! Yo can find the RSS feed at the top right as seen in the screenshot below! You can also add those RSS Feeds as connectors in Teams this way you get the updates for yourself and the rest of the team directly there! My friend Jeff Collins from CoupledTech actually created a Teams Template containing all the feeds that you can get from here!
Twitter is a fire hose of information, and will be extremely active this week, but it’s a great place to hear about everything being announced, as well as ask questions to the different product teams / Product Group members!
Handles to follow
- @vladcatrinescu 🙂
To make it easier, you can just subscribe to this list where I have added all the handles above! > https://twitter.com/vladcatrinescu/lists/msignite-official-chnls
These twitter hashtags will also be active during the week!
If you want to get a recap of all of the news, especially in the Microsoft 365 space, make sure you also register for one of my four webinars together with Drew!
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