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Use the Microsoft 365 Roadmap (https://aka.ms/M365Roadmap) with your keyboard and a screen reader to keep up with the latest updates and see which Microsoft 365 features are coming out for your applications. The site is always kept up to date, so check back regularly for the latest information.

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Explore and navigate the Microsoft 365 Roadmap

The Microsoft 365 Roadmap site contains the following main elements:

  • The top menu with navigation buttons for moving between different Microsoft sites.

  • The heading area with Using this roadmap, Roadmap improvements, and See last added buttons.

  • The Search for a product, release or specific update field.

  • The Filters sidebar, which lets you control what is displayed in the list of updates shown in the main content area. Filters are grouped by categories, and you can combine them to fine-tune the update list contents in various ways.

  • The main content area which contains the list of updates. At the top of the content area there are checkboxes for In Development, Rolling Out, and Launched, which allow you to further adjust the list. For each update, the update list contains a description, status, tags, and release window.

To navigate between the main elements on the site, press the Tab key or Shift+Tab.

Use the Search field

To easily find information on relevant updates, use the search field to narrow down the update list by a keyword.

  1. Press the Tab key until you hear “Search,” and type the keyword you want to search for. Press Enter to search. The update list is automatically updated based on the keyword.

  2. To navigate to the update list, press the Tab key until you hear “Roadmap items table,” and browse the list with the Tab key and Shift+Tab.

    Note: You can also apply filters and search terms at the same time. For more information, see Apply filters.

Apply filters

  1. Press the Tab key until you hear: “Display 0 filters.”

  2. Press the Tab key until you hear “Show child filters,” followed by the name of the filter category you want to expand. Press Spacebar to expand the category.

  3. Navigate inside the filter category with the Tab key and Shift+Tab and select the one you want by pressing Enter or Spacebar. The update list is automatically updated based on the filter or filters selected.

  4. You can select multiple filters to have the update list only show updates that meet all of the filter conditions. To do so, go back to step 2.

  5. To navigate to the update list, press the Tab key until you hear “Roadmap items table,” and browse the list with the Tab key and Shift+Tab.

See also

Microsoft 365 Roadmap

Use the Microsoft 365 Roadmap (https://aka.ms/M365Roadmap) with your keyboard and VoiceOver, the built-in macOS screen reader, to keep up with the latest updates and see whichMicrosoft 365 features are coming out for your applications. The site is always kept up to date, so check back regularly for the latest information.

In this topic

Explore and navigate the Microsoft 365 Roadmap

The Microsoft 365 Roadmap site contains the following main elements:

  • The top menu with navigation buttons for moving between different Microsoft sites.

  • The heading area with Using this roadmap, Roadmap improvements, and See last added buttons.

  • The Search for a product, release or specific update field.

  • The Filters sidebar, which lets you control what is displayed in the list of updates shown in the main content area. Filters are grouped by categories, and you can combine them to fine-tune the update list contents in various ways.

  • The main content area which contains a list of updates. At the top of the content area there are checkboxes for In Development, Rolling Out, and Launched, which allow you to further adjust the list. For each update, the update list contains a description, status, tags, and release window.

To navigate between the main elements on the site, press the Tab key or Shift+Tab.

Use the Search field

To easily find information on relevant updates, use the search field to narrow down the update list by a keyword.

  1. Press the Tab key until you hear “Search,” and type the keyword you want to search for. Press Return to search. The update list is automatically updated based on the keyword.

  2. To navigate to the update list, press the Tab key until you hear “Roadmap items table,” and browse the list with the Tab key and Shift+Tab.

    Note: You can also apply filters and search terms at the same time. For more information, see Apply filters.

Apply filters

  1. Press the Tab key until you hear: “Display 0 filters.”

  2. Press the Tab key until you hear “Show child filters,” followed by the name of the filter category you want to expand. Press Spacebar to expand the category.

  3. Navigate inside the filter category with the Tab key and Shift+Tab and select the one you want by pressing Return or Spacebar. The update list is automatically updated based on the filter or filters selected.

  4. You can select multiple filters to have the update list only show updates that meet all of the filter conditions. To do so, go back to step 2.

  5. To navigate to the update list, press the Tab key until you hear “Roadmap items table,” and browse the list with the Tab key and Shift+Tab.

See also

Microsoft 365 Roadmap

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Microsoft wants to provide the best possible experience for all our customers. If you have a disability or questions related to accessibility, please contact the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk for technical assistance. The Disability Answer Desk support team is trained in using many popular assistive technologies and can offer assistance in English, Spanish, French, and American Sign Language. Please go to the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk site to find out the contact details for your region.

If you are a government, commercial, or enterprise user, please contact the enterprise Disability Answer Desk.

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