Microsoft started rolling out their new service Office Delve to Office 365 business customers last year. Office Delve uses Office Graph which is an intelligent fabric that applies machine learning to content and interactions occurring in Office 365. For example, users can discover relevant content that has been shared with them, and search for information related to subjects they care about. Today, Microsoft is introducing a concept called boards which will help users organize their content.
Now, we are taking the next step by making it easier to organize all the valuable content that gets surfaced in Delve. We are excited to introduce a new feature in Delve called boards that help you organize content, so it’s readily accessible and easy to share with others.
In Delve, you can use boards to group together and share related documents. For example, you can create a board to collect and organize all documents related to a specific project your team is working on. Everyone in your organization can view and contribute to an existing board or create a board—but they can only see and open documents that they have permission to access.
Read more about it here.