Save for Later in SharePoint News
What It Is:
Bookmarking is nothing new, and the Save for Later feature has been available in SharePoint Online for some time, but this small feature continues to be an important (and underrated) tool for individuals to keep important new and content organized. Along with the ability to pin the documents you’re working on within an application or on your desktop, this bookmarking capability has become essential.
Save for later gets you back to the SharePoint content you care about! Throughout the app, save news, pages and files to easily get back to them through the Me tab – within the Saved list. And when you’re finished, simply Remove from saved and get on with your day. [Read More]
Save news to read later, and catch up on news you saved. When you don’t have time to read a news post, you can save it for later in the SharePoint mobile app. The new Me tab lets you read the articles you saved. The Me tab also surfaces the recent documents you’ve worked on from across the intranet, so you can get back to work quickly. [Read More]
- Tap the News tab to browse previews of your team’s latest news posts.
- Tap a preview to read the full news post, see how many views it has, and add your own comments.
- Tap the Bookmark icon at the top of a news post or a modern page to save it. [Read More]
Office 365 – Save for later feature in SPO
Microsoft Tech Community Discussions:
You can now save news articles to catch up on later, right from the Web interface of your intranet – as you can today on mobile. Simply click Save for later from the bottom of the news article and it gets added to your saved list, accessible from the Me tab in the SharePoint mobile app. You will also be able to access your saved list from SharePoint home. [Read More]
Sometimes it IS all about YOU 😊. The Me tab within the SharePoint mobile apps delivers a single place to catch up on important things going on around you – one place to find recent files, lists, pages, and news posts. You can easily pick up where you left off, and using the Save for later gesture – save news, pages, and files for later. [Read More]