Sway – Sway is moving to a new URL

This is not a big change but could impact your end-users if you whitelist Office 365 endpoints at your proxy level. Sway is moving to a new URL: http://sway.office.com So if you have whitelisted Office 365 services endpoints, you will have to update it to replace sway.com to sway.office.com; let me also remind you, you should start using the Office 365 Endpoints web service to maintain the whitelisting (see https://t.co/B4A5CMAkRh)

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Office 365 / Sway – Sway now have a recycle bin

Since the introduction of Sway and the integration with Office 365, Sway is frequently evolving. This time, one of the most important thing when you work with content has been delivered: a recycle bin. Starting now, you are now able to recover deleted Sway during the 30 days retention period since the deletion – as you were able to recover deleted files from Windows or SharePoint. You can recover deleted…

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Office 365 – Sway will be available on Office 365

You may already know Sway; if not you can take a look at the announcement published earlier in October 2014 http://blogs.office.com/2014/10/01/announcing-office-sway-reimagine-ideas-come-life/. To quickly give an idea of what is Sway, it is a new web application to give you a quickest way to create,edit and share content with others. Currently this is a public – meaning not organization targeted – service like OneDrive or Skype (OneDrive for Business or Skype…

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