SharePoint Online Home Sites, built on top of Communication sites are now rolled out, providing a more dynamic and modern landing page that contains news and content relative to your employees
Hub sites being updated to include Hub permissions management, analytics capability, and Search and audience targeting is in progress
Expanded views of lists and libraries with one click to clear the site header and the left-hand navigation
Since we are talking about libraries; Power Apps now integrates with SharePoint libraries, not just lists
To view your rows easier, there is an option to display every other row with your color choice, making information in libraries and lists easier to read
For more dynamic data, list and library Web parts can consume data from other source web parts, including dynamically updating data based on what is selected
Office 365 tenants can have 2 million sites, increased from 500,000. Especially helpful with integration of Microsoft Teams being it creates a new site every time you create an Office 365 Group, Microsoft Team, and a new site for every Private Channel within a Microsoft Team. Private Channels for Microsoft Teams was another big announcement at Ignite.
SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business will also support the upload of 100gb files.
Speaking of files, both SharePoint and OneDrive for Business will now use a differential sync, meaning only the changes made to files are synchronized instead of the entire file. Significant savings of bandwidth and faster synchronizations
Acquisition of Mover.io which will make it easier to move data into SharePoint and OneDrive for Business from third-party information storage like Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive