SharePoint for Windows 10 Mobile is a new way to get to SharePoint Online content. You can browse sites, team site activities, lists and people profiles. You can also search for people, sites and content and mark sites as favorites.
Download and Sign in
When you launch the SharePoint app, you can sign in with a work or school account associated with your device or use another account with SharePoint Online in Microsoft 365 (Enterprise, Education, Government and DvNext).
SharePoint mobile apps are part of an overall modernization of SharePoint. See The Future of SharePoint event, the Your intranet in your pocket blog post and The Mobile and Intelligent Intranet: SharePoint sites and PowerApps Office Mechanics video for more details on SharePoint mobile updates.
Get to Sites
Tap a site under the word Frequent to get site activity and contents for team sites. The frequent sites list comes from Office Graph signals.
Access sites you've followed by tapping Following under the Sites tab. You'll see the same sites as the Following section of SharePoint Home in the browser.
Select from sites your organization has chosen on the Links tab.
To get to more sites, tap the magnifying glass , enter some text and search.
Windows Phone 10 Mobile or later is required. The app can connect to SharePoint Online in Microsoft 365 (Enterprise, Education, Government and DvNext) and not on premises versions like SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Server 2013. No future feature updates to the app are planned at this time. The languages supported are the same as those available for download at Language Packs for SharePoint Server 2016
More help for SharePoint for Windows
Ask your question in the SharePoint Online Windows 10 Community
For more help, contact your IT department or administrator. If you're the SharePoint Online administrator, you can also open a support ticket in the Microsoft 365 admin center.
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