Updates from: 06/25/2021 03:17:31
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SharePoint Tenant Rename https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/tenant-rename.md
description: "Learn how to change your SharePoint domain name using PowerShell"
It's now possible to change the SharePoint domain name for your organization in Microsoft 365. For example, if the name of your organization changes from "Contoso" to "Fabrikam," you can change `contoso.sharepoint.com` to `fabrikam.sharepoint.com`. > [!IMPORTANT]
-> This preview is rolling out to organizations with the fewest sites first. It might not be available yet for your organization. This feature isn't available for organizations that have set up Multi-geo.
+> - This feature is only available for customers that have been accepted into the Private Preview program. If you would like to do so, you can [nominate yourself into the Private Preview](https://aka.ms/SPOTenantRenameNomination). Note that the nomination does not necessarily mean that you will be accepted. We review these on a case-by-case basis and will only be in contact if you are accepted.
+> - This feature is not available for organizations that have set up a multi-geo.
> [!NOTE] > This change affects only SharePoint and OneDrive URLs. It doesn't impact email addresses. For info about changing a site address, for example, from `https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/sample1` to `https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/sample2`, see [Change a site address](change-site-address.md).
It's now possible to change the SharePoint domain name for your organization in
|App/feature |Limitation |Action required | ||||
-| Custom apps, third-party apps, and Group Policy objects | Absolute URLs embedded in these apps and objects aren't changed. | Edit custom apps and Active Directory Group Policy objects that contain absolute URLs and if necessary, change the URLs to the new domain name. Confirm with third-party app publishers that apps don't contain absolute URLs. |
+| Custom apps and Group Policy objects | Absolute URLs embedded in these apps and objects aren't changed. | Edit custom apps and Active Directory Group Policy objects that contain absolute URLs and if necessary, change the URLs to the new domain name. Confirm with third-party app publishers that apps don't contain absolute URLs. |
| Custom and third-party apps | Some apps might not process the HTTP 308 direct correctly. | Edit custom apps and work with third-party app publishers to ensure that they handle HTTP 308 responses correctly. | | Delve | It can take 24 hours before People profiles can be viewed. | None | | eDiscovery | Holds can't be removed until you update the URLs. | In the Compliance center, change the eDiscovery hold URLs to the new domain name. |
It's now possible to change the SharePoint domain name for your organization in
| Teams on the web and Teams desktop app | On the Files tab, any folders added with the "Add cloud storage" (which point to another SharePoint site) won't work.| Remove and readd the folders. | | Teams on the web and Teams desktop app | Document libraries added as a tab won't work. | Remove and readd the tab. | | Teams on the web and Teams desktop app | Embedded images in Wikis won't be displayed. | Edit the Wiki .mht file located in the SharePoint Site Teams Wiki Data library and if necessary, change the URLs of the embedded images to the new domain name. |
+| Third-party apps including backup solutions | Absolute URLs embedded in these third-party apps (including backup solutions) aren't changed. | Confirm with third-party app publishers (including backup solutions) that they support tenant renames. |
### High impact