The SharePoint community monthly call is our general monthly review of the latest SharePoint news (news, tools, extensions, features, capabilities, content and training), engineering priorities and community recognition for Developers, IT Pros and Makers. This monthly community call happens on the second Tuesday of each month. You can download recurrent invite from https://aka.ms/sp-call.
A huge thank you to the record number of contributors and organizations actively participating in this PnP Community during April. Month over month, you continue to amaze. The host of this call was Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) @vesajuvonen. Q&A took place in the chat throughout the call.
SharePoint Syntex: Product overview and latest feature updates – SharePoint Syntex - a new add on that builds on the content services capabilities already provided in SharePoint with an infusion of AI to automate and augment the classification of content – understanding, processing, compliance. Demos on building and publishing a document understanding model using UI and on downloading a sample model, publishing and processing content using PowerShell Commandlets or APIs.
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This call was delivered on Tuesday, May 11, 2021. The call agenda is reflected below with direct links to specific sections. You can jump directly to a specific topic by clicking on the topic's timestamp which will redirect your browser to that topic in the recording published on theMicrosoft 365 Community YouTube Channel.
UserVoice status for non-dev focused SharePoint entries –8:04
UserVoice status for dev focused SharePoint Framework entries –9:04
SharePoint community update with latest news and roadmap –10:35
Community contributors and companies which have been involved in the past month –11:56
Topic: SharePoint Syntex: Product overview and latest feature updates - Sean Squires (Microsoft) | @iamseansquires – 15:28
Demo: How to build and publish a document understanding model - James Eccles (Microsoft) | @jimdeccles – 24:52