Happy New Year! As we move into 2022, the Syntex team wanted to spotlight upcoming Syntex updates and reflect on our innovations delivered in 2021.
As we announced at Ignite, we are making changes to how Syntex is licensed. Starting today, every Microsoft 365 user will be able to build models to classify documents and extract metadata, access content centers and work with processed documents and their metadata. Until now, a Syntex seat license was required to work with any document or metadata that had been processed by Syntex. A Syntex seat license is still required for the processing of documents (including uploading content to be processed), and still required to use other Syntex features like advanced metadata search, document generation, image tagging, vertical solutions like contracts, and more.
We have many exciting features releasing soon. Here are a few to note:
To read through all of our features releasing soon, read our Ignite blog.
In our first full year, we expanded Syntex in many ways. Let’s look at some:
At launch in 2020, Syntex capabilities were centered on enabling you to capture knowledge with no-code models that could understand content the way you do – recognizing key information and tagging it automatically. These models automatically capture, ingest, and categorize your content. To do this, SharePoint Syntex launched with the following capabilities:
And as you began using this technology, use cases for Syntex stretched and we expanded with many new features to help you achieve more with your content.
These are just a few of the highlights from last year that enhanced the capabilities of SharePoint Syntex. Thanks.
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