Desktop App 3.11.0 for Mac  Release Date:  Mar 04, 2021

Office Desktop Co-editing is currently in limited availability

Start or join a co-editing session from the Desktop App

Start or join a co-editing session from the context menu in Finder that allows multiple users to co-edit on the same document using Microsoft Office Desktop or Microsoft Office Online, or Google Docs.

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For a domain with more than one co-editing application, if the organization admin sets the default co-editing app, you can start or join a co-editing session from the context menu seamlessly.

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Control sync for offline based on folder size

Based on the admin policy for offline sync, the user will see a warning while syncing folders of large size that exceeds the admin's limit set.

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Based on the admin policy for offline sync, users cannot sync folders of large size that exceeds the admin limit.

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Control sync for offline based on disk space

Based on the admin policy for offline sync, the user cannot sync folders if the local disk space reaches the admin's threshold.

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Smart Cache (FKA Turbo)  discovery based on IP range

Support for Turbo discovery based on IP address range.

 

Known Issues & Limitations

The update has the issues and limitations listed below:

The option to start/join a co-editing session by double-clicking a file is not supported.

Co-editing access in Desktop App is not supported with Turbo connection.

'What's new' popup won't be suppressed in case of mass deployment; and will be suppressed in the next version.

 

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