With Microsoft Search, we’re introducing new organizational search experiences into the apps you use every day, including Bing.com and Windows, and our vision is to connect across your organization’s network of data.

We’ll begin rolling this opt-in preview out starting today beginning with organizations located in EN locales, and the rollout will continue to other regions thereafter.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 32738.

[How does this affect me?]
Microsoft Search is a new search offering that helps you save time by bringing you the best of the web and work in a single experience. Microsoft Search in Bing contains a tenant-level on/off switch, to give you some control with the rollout of this within your organization. Microsoft Search in Bing is currently released off-by-default, to give you a chance to explore the new capabilities and decide whether or not you would like to enable the service for your organization.

This feature is not available for sovereign cloud environments Gallatin, Blackforest, GCC, or GCC High.

[What do I need to do to prepare for this change?]
If you would like to enable Microsoft Search for your organization, please click here to enroll. Microsoft Search is currently off-by-default.

Please click Additional information to learn more about controls to enable and disable Microsoft Search, as well as questions on security, trust and compliance.