In Office 365, you may notice that there are more new things rolling out right now. This post is all about the new page editing experience and new web parts. Here’s what I’ll cover:
- How to use the new page editing interface
- How to use each of the new web parts
- How to set your new page as the homepage of your site.
The Tweets Feed Web Part is a SharePoint client side web part built with the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) in the preview version. This web part generates a Twitter Feed on the page, based on the specified account. This Web Part uses the Twitter API to integrate the timeline. This web part uses also the Custom Fields library to enhance the web part edition experience.
Do you need to organize and work with a team on a project? In this tutorial, learn how to use Office 365 Groups to find and share information using conversations, share and collaborate on team files, share milestones and schedules on the team calendar, add and assign team tasks using Microsoft Planner, and add new members to your group so they can get caught up with the team.