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Modernized user-defined permissions experience for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Modernized user-defined permissions experience for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Microsoft 365 apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will soon unveil a new and modern experience for setting user-defined permissions. The new features include updated names for permission levels, making it easier for organizations to choose the appropriate level of access for different users. The preview will begin rolling out in mid-July 2024, with general availability in early September 2024. This change may require organizations to update their training materials accordingly. The new experience is available by default and applies when a sensitivity label is configured for user-defined permissions or when a user applies protection using standalone Information Rights Management. Although some usage rights groupings for pre-set permission levels have been renamed, the rights within each group remain the same. Organizations may need to update their internal documentation or training materials to reflect the changes in naming conventions. This update is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 189826.

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