SharePoint in Microsoft 365 helps organizations share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information and seamlessly collaborate across the organization. For a quick overview, see What is SharePoint?
Microsoft 365 is available in a variety of plans to best meet the needs of your organization. For detailed plan information on subscriptions that enable users for SharePoint, see the full subscription comparison table. To access SharePoint, users in your organization need to be assigned a license that includes SharePoint. A Firstline plan is not sold as a standalone offer, only as part of Office 365 F3, Microsoft 365 F1 or Microsoft 365 F3.
Features available to Small Business, Enterprise, Education, GCC, GCC-High, and DOD Plans
For the most up-to-date, complete list of SharePoint features across plans, see SharePoint plans and pricing. For information about the latest features being released, see What's new in SharePoint. Unless otherwise noted, the following table lists the major features available across all plans (Small Business, Enterprise, Education, GCC, GCC-High, and DOD Plans) that include SharePoint, and all SharePoint standalone plans. This table may change without notice (certain caveats apply, see footnotes for further information).
OneDrive: OneDrive in Microsoft 365 is online storage for individual users within an organization. It's the place where people can store, sync, and share their work files across multiple devices with ease and security. See the OneDrive service description, to learn how much OneDrive storage comes with each plan. OneDrive is included in SharePoint and can also be purchased as a standalone plan.
Rights of guests: If you purchase a plan and create a site that uses enterprise features, guests you invite are granted rights to use and/or view the enterprise features within the site. While you can invite guests to perform a full range of actions on a site, they won't have the same capabilities as a licensed user within your organization. For example, if your plan includes desktop versions of Office applications, guests can't install them on their own computers unless you assign them a license.
Licensing terms: For licensing terms and conditions for products and services purchased through Microsoft Commercial Volume Licensing Programs, see the Product Terms site.
Messaging: To stay informed of upcoming changes, including new and changed features, planned maintenance, or other important announcements, visit the Message Center. For more information, see Message center.