You are breaking my heart with the list of domains you currently support for the embed web part. I was reading Marc Anderson’s blog about Adding an Embed Web Part in a Modern SharePoint Online Page and he helpfully listed out the domains you currently support. Among them I saw a lot of yours:
I ran to my desk with excitement to start building out training content for a client and was devastated to receive the following error:
In my testing of the embed web part I noticed a few key players missing:
The resources here are immeasurable. From the Plan an Intelligent SharePoint Intranet guide to instructions on how to Create or customize a content type, there are dozens of pages that I need to include in our clients’ intranets to support their learning and adoption.
As one of the Microsoft 365 Community Content supporters, I am also a bit biased and would love to see our ability to include community driven content into SharePoint as well. As an example, the Maturity Model for Microsoft 365 has helped many organizations better understand what is possible in Microsoft 365 and how to get there.
Microsoft 365 Roadmap: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/
While you say you support http://www.microsoft.com, I receive the same error with links to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, a critical tool for site owners, citizen developers, and more. I need to embed this in a SharePoint page so I can add it to a Learning Pathways playlist for SharePoint Champions.
Microsoft 365 Champion Program: https://adoption.microsoft.com/become-a-champion/#join
Some organizations are too small to run their own SharePoint Champions programs. I often recommend they join the Microsoft 365 Champion Program meetings to receive updates and key announcements. Sure, we can link to the page from various web parts but it is a lot more impactful as a final page in a Learning Pathways playlist orienting new site owners!
The SharePoint look book: https://lookbook.microsoft.com/?source=AdoptionMicrosoftCom
Same use case as the Microsoft 365 Roadmap. I want to provide this to SharePoint Champions to inspire their site builds and I also want to share this with my organization to help support Art of the Possible conversations.
I am pretty disappointed but I have a lot of faith in how well Microsoft listens to their customer needs with valid use cases so I decide to follow your instructions on the page to provide feedback. And this is when my heart fully broke:
As an MVP, I am aware of the paths to provide feedback but this is something that took time and effort to learn. If we are truly creating an inclusive product to empower all users, then even a first time site visitor should be able to follow a path to provide feedback.
Please support more of your own resources in the embed web part or add them to Learning Pathways and please fix your links in SharePoint for feedback. Thank you for listening.