SPC2014 – Oslo and The Office Graph

By | March 29, 2014


One of the news I like much from SharePoint Conference 2014 is the new search features named Delve (codename Oslo).  This features uses Microsoft Office Graph to learn about your day-to-day activities, whether the document you read, comments or share. It also learn about your Yammer activities, follow etc. Don’t worry about privacy, although it uses your activities including activities to private document or network – all private activities will always stays private.

So having all sort of information about you, the codename Oslo will be able to find content that more relevant to you. And one of the magic is you can use human language syntax to find the content for example “Find content presented to me”, “Modified by me”, “Trending in my network” etc. Cool huh!

Checkout the video here: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014/SPC2015


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