SharePoint Online new version of CSOM – Microsoft announced new version CSOM (Client Side Object Model) for SharePoint Online and Project Online – July 2018

On August 6, Microsoft announced new version CSOM (Client Side Object Model) for SharePoint Online and Project Online.

We will get latest version of CSOM package for SharePoint Online and Project Online from the NuGet gallery having search term or with an ID – “Microsoft.SharePointOnline.CSOM”.

The latest version of CSOM package is v16.1.7918.1200 as


Figure 1: Office 365 – Latest release of CSOM in NuGet manager


Figure 2: Office 365 – Latest CSOM release details in NuGet

Note: Here, only NuGet version is changed but assembly version remain same –

This NuGet package is only for SharePoint Online and can not use as it is for SharePoint on-premises environment..

SharePoint Online Management Shell has been also updated to match with this CSOM release. We can download from here

No new CMDLETS are added in this release.

Few Important Properties, Methods and Classes which are added as follows:

In Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.Client.Tenant – 

  1. public property Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.TenantAdministration.SecondaryAdministratorsInfo.userPrincipalName

In Microsoft.SharePoint.Client – 

  1. public property Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.TeamChannel.folderId
  2. public property Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.TeamChannel.groupId


New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online – July 2018

SharePoint Online Management Shell

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