Excel users will soon be able to save their Scripts to a SharePoint site

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Microsoft is working on a new feature that enables Excel users to save their Scripts to a SharePoint site, according to Microsoft 365 roadmap page.

Tagged with feature ID of 93767, the feature aims to make it easier for the team members of a SharePoint site easily collaborate, view, and run team-owned scripts on their Excel workbooks.

For those who aren't familiar with the Office Scripts feature, it can be very helpful in a scenario where you need to do the same thing repeatedly in Excel as Office Scripts can easily automate your day-to-day tasks, thus removing the risk of you forgetting steps. Simply put, Office Scripts helps workplaces be more efficient and productive.

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All this will now be possible on a SharePoint site once the new feature becomes available. As per the Microsoft 365 roadmap page, the ability to save their Scripts to a SharePoint site will be available for the users in July this year. That said, Microsoft may push the rollout to a later date if things don't go as planned.

Meanwhile, Microsoft is working on a bunch of other new features for Office applications. One of the most anticipated features for Office users is the ability to run Teams apps in the Office app for Windows and Office.com.

Source: Microsoft 365 roadmap

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