The Microsoft Fluid Framework preview is starting to roll-out

Published Jan 08 2020 08:00 AM 11.4K Views

We hope you got a chance to checkout November’s announcement and demos of the Fluid Framework preview at Ignite. We’re humbled by the positive reaction so far and the exciting ideas we’ve heard from our customers and partners. Together, we’re on a journey to explore the Fluid Framework’s capabilities to break down application barriers, allowing for co-authoring at industry-leading scale, and providing intelligent agents to work alongside humans.


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Get started today with the early preview of the Fluid Framework experience that is starting to roll out to tenants configured for Targeted Release. In this early preview, you will be able to:


  • Create, share, and edit Fluid Framework files
  • Coauthor and collaborate via @mentions anywhere
  • Insert built-in components

Check out Get Started with Fluid Framework Preview for an intro video and more info.


If your tenant is not on targeted-release, keep an eye on this blog over the next couple of months while the rollout expands.


Since this is an early preview, we'd love to hear about how you’re using the preview, what your suggestions are, and what you want us to build next.

Frequent Contributor

The first impression on the Microsoft Fluid Framework looks promising. 

I would like to be able to export a Fluid document to a Word document. After work on a Fluid document is finished with my colleagues we would like to export the Fluid document to an other file format. Is this feature on the roadmap?


Is there a public roadmap regarding upcoming features of the Microsoft Fluid Framework?

Is there a Uservoice suggestion page regarding the Microsoft Fluid Framework?

Occasional Contributor

Microsoft Fluid Framework looks promising. Have to try it to have a better and deeper opinion about it. 

Thanks for the update. 

Senior Member

Looks so good,  how can i share fluid files on teams, so that it can editble right from the teams!

Occasional Visitor

Hi guys,


Just found out this, and this is so promising. On our side, with a couple of improvements, it could be an "Atlassian Confluence" killer.


I did not find yet a ""  

Does someone knows where to follow specifically MS fluid roadmap and user feedbacks?


Thanks in advance

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