Microsoft outs new roadmap site for Office 365

Keeping up with what's coming town the line for Office 365 just got a little easier. Microsoft has launched a brand-new Office 365 Roadmap site, overhauling the previous roadmap that it launched more than 2 years ago.

Much like the previous roadmap, the new experience gives you a place to see what new features are in development, what's already been released, and what's rolling out. There are also separate sections to see features that have been canceled and a long list of what was previously released.

Announcing the launch, Microsoft's Brian Levenson said (via Neowin) that new site both improves the experience for mobile and makes it easier to quickly review details of items on the roadmap. One other nice addition to the new roadmap is that each item now has a unique ID, something the Levenson says will be used in Message Center communications, too.

It's worth noting that the new site isn't feature complete, as Levenson says they released it early due to an issuewith the previous site. There will be more improvements and accessibility features coming to the site down the line.

In any case, you can head to the new Office 365 Roadmap site to check out the new look and see the features in the pipeline.

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