One of the new features rolled out recently to SharePoint Online is the ability to create a newsletter digest. It’s possible this has not rolled out to all tenants yet. If you do not see the option, you may get it before long.
How to use the newsletter digest
Add your News web part to a modern page. If you have a few news items added you should see a “See All” link.
On the All News page you should see a list of all of your news items. In the toolbar there will be a “Manage Posts” button and an “Email a news digest” button. Obviously, click on the Email a news digest button.
After clicking the “Email a news digest” button, you’ll be able to select the news items you want to send and then click “Next”.
Next, you are given an option to name your news digest, enter the recipients, and any additional text you want to include. Click the Send News Digest
The recipients you entered will receive a nicely formatted email with a digest of all of the news you selected.
Of course, this is a very manual process. Somebody would need to routinely select and send out the news items they want to share. There could also potentially be some limitations that wouldn’t be obvious initially. Some of the questions I have are: How many recipients can be included? How many news items can be selected?
Have you ever thought it was cumbersome to set the storage quota for each and every site collection you create in SharePoint Online? Now you can avoid it all together by enabling automatic site collection storage management. By doing so, all of your site collections will use as much storage as it needs pulling from the total storage available.
To enable this feature
Log into your SharePoint Online admin page.
Click on Settings.
Select Automatic for the Site Collection Storage Management option.
Is the feature enabled by default?
For new SharePoint Online tenants, this feature will be set to auto by default. For all existing tenants, it will be set to Manual and your admin will need to opt-in to the change.
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