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Sunday, June 9, 2024

Friends of Microsoft Teams - Week 23 - 2024 (June 3 - June 9)

Hello Friend of Microsoft Teams 

Find below a list of public posts and updates on Microsoft Teams (and Microsoft 365) that have been published in Week 23 of 2024,  June 3 – June 9.

Feel free to share with your partners, customers, colleagues, and peers.

 

What's New in Microsoft Teams (and Microsoft 365):

Field Advisories:

Community:

 

M365 Message Center :

 


 

  • Microsoft Teams – new message center posts:


 

Microsoft Teams: Enhanced sound notification controls MC799632 Published Jun 7, 2024

This new feature lets users change notification sounds in the new Microsoft Teams. We are rolling out this functionality for Microsoft Windows desktop and web, with Mac coming later.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93487

Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by mid-July 2024.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, DoD): We will begin rolling out mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: People app on Teams phone devices MC799282 Published Jun 6, 2024

With this Microsoft Teams feature, there is a new way to use the People app on Teams Phones devices, which will provide a faster and simplified experience. The People app will let users switch between different contact lists with a faster interface. Users can also add people from the directory or create contact groups. 

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 396773.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC): We will begin rolling out in mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

General Availability (GCCHigh): We will begin rolling out in late July 2024 and expect to complete by late August 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Private Line feature on Teams phone devices MC799281 Published Jun 6, 2024

A new Private Line feature is specially made for users that might have a delegate line managed by assistants, admins, and so on. It lets these users get a second, private phone number for their Teams device apart from their main number for incoming calls.

Private line calls will also have distinct ringtones and tagging in call history, ensuring clear differentiation from regular calls.

This message is associated with Microsoft Roadmap ID 396769.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC): We will begin rolling out in mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

General Availability (GCCHigh): We will begin rolling out in late July 2024 and expect to complete by late August 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams phone devices: Explicit Consent meeting recording policy MC799280 Published Jun 6, 2024

With the Explicit Consent recording meeting policy, if enabled by their admin, users will see a notification pop-up on Microsoft Teams phone devices when someone initiates recording or transcription before or during a meeting. This pop-up will ask for the consent of the participants.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 396777.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC): We will begin rolling out in mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

General Availability (GCCHigh): We will begin rolling out in late July 2024 and expect to complete by late August 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Change Teams Meeting add-in to install in a new directory MC799210 Published Jun 6, 2024

To prevent the classic Microsoft Teams uninstallation from removing the Teams Meeting add-in (TMA) files deployed on a machine during installation, admins must install the Teams Meeting add-in into a different directory than the directory used for a classic Teams installation. If a user manually installs the Teams Meeting add-in with Microsoft Installer (MSI) and specifies the same installation directory used by classic Teams, the TMA files might be removed when classic Teams is uninstalled. Typically, it is only necessary to specify the installation directory for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) installations.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, DoD): Available now, starting with the release of new Teams on April 9, 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Custom backgrounds for Teams Rooms on Android MC798684 Published Jun 4, 2024

Soon, you can upload images on the Microsoft Teams admin center to apply as custom backgrounds for your Teams Rooms on Android devices to showcase your brand identity or provide support information in your meeting rooms. This feature requires a Teams Rooms Pro license and will be available with the next Teams Rooms on Android app release.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380671.

General Availability (Worldwide and GCC): We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by mid-July 2024.

General Availability (GCC High): We will begin rolling out mid-August and expect to complete by late August 2024.

Note: There can be a delay between when features are released by Microsoft and when they become available on a particular device model and make.

 

Microsoft Teams: Simplifying the personal app design at the top of the screen MC798316 Published Jun 3, 2024

Coming soon: Microsoft Teams personal apps will have a new simplified design at the top of the screen in Teams desktop and web clients. With this change, the About tab and other utility actions like Refresh for each app will be moved to the three-dot menu at the top of the screen.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 396166.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, DoD): We will begin rolling out mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

 

 

  • Microsoft Teams – updated message center posts:

 

 

(Updated) Teams admin center: App centric management and changes to app permission policies MC688930 Published Nov 11, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Channel cards MC797474 Published May 31, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Apps now supported in group chats with external users MC779844 Published Apr 18, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Updates to sharing app content in a meeting MC776191 Published Apr 12, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams Phone devices: Redirect incoming calls directly to voicemail from incoming call notifications MC762504 Published Mar 30, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Intelligent message translation in chats on desktop MC748379 Published Mar 20, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Meeting details displayed on pre-join screen MC746322 Published Mar 19, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams | Report a Problem integration with Pro Management portal MC746323 Published Mar 19, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Ability to change language in Microsoft Teams Rooms on Windows MC734279 Published Mar 12, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Personalize group chats with avatars MC717970 Published Feb 20, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Change background while recording on phone MC718553 Published Feb 23, 2024

(Updated) Admins can select the domain to use for Teams Email Service MC705761 Published Jan 10, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Share contact information of people in Microsoft Teams chat MC704192 Published Jan 5, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Limit Presenter Role Permissions MC715431 Published Feb 13, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams Voice isolation MC690921 Published Nov 17, 2023

(Updated) Workflows within Microsoft Teams chats menu MC683929 Published Oct 25, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: In-meeting Error Messaging MC683928 Published Oct 25, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Emojis, GIFs and Stickers Unified in One Picker MC674737 Published Sep 11, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Meeting Options categorization MC726124 Published Mar 6, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Chat for organizers and presenters in Town Hall MC715693 Published Feb 14, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Create avatars from photo MC789315 Published Apr 30, 2024

(Updated) New Gallery in Teams Meetings MC686281 Published Oct 31, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Integrate Chat notification with Meeting RSVP status MC704035 Published Jan 5, 2024

 

 

  • Microsoft Viva – new message center posts:

 

 

Microsoft Viva: A new feature to manage users in Viva Engage (View-only mode) MC799633 Published Jun 7, 2024

Starting in July 2024, customers will see a new setting in the Viva Engage admin center to place individual users on view-only mode. View-only mode removes a user’s edit and create privileges across your Engage tenant.

Network, Engage, and Global admins can add or remove a user from view-only mode. The feature is in the Engage admin center under the Governance and Compliance tab. All admin activity related to adding and removing users from view-only mode in captured in Engage audit events within M365 audit logs.

In view-only mode, users cannot create or edit any content in Engage, including new communities, posts, comments and replies, and reactions. Once in view-only mode, the user will see an information banner in all Engage surfaces (web/browser, Teams and Outlook apps, mobile apps, SharePoint).

Users retain access to all available content in the network and receive notifications and digests. Content from the user remains visible to others in the network.

A user’s view-only status is not shared with anyone else in the network, aside from admins. The feature does not send any notifications to the user; customers own all internal communication around the use of the feature.

Admins can put any user in their network on view-only mode, including guest users. View-only mode applies per user per network. Access to SharePoint sites and files in Engage is not affected by view-only mode.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 395690.

General Availability: We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by late August 2024.

 

 

  • Microsoft Viva – updated message center posts:

 

 

(Updated) Microsoft Viva Connections: Advanced analytics MC738643 Published Mar 14, 2024

(Updated) Retirement of Post by Email and Reply by Email in Viva Engage (Yammer) MC718760 Published Feb 23, 2024

(Updated) Managing Microsoft Viva Engage no longer requires the assignment of a Microsoft 365 license seat MC781589 Published Apr 19, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Viva Connections: Scoped search in New Teams MC716386 Published Feb 16, 2024

(Updated) Answers in Viva content in Microsoft Search MC715700 Published Feb 14, 2024



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Mattias Kressmark


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The content of this communication and its attachments (if any) is for general information purposes only and does not under any circumstance constitute a binding offer or acceptance of Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited, Microsoft NV/SA or any other Microsoft Group affiliate, unless this is expressly stated in a separate document executed by a person with sufficient powers to do so. The content shall not be considered to supplement or amend the terms of any existing agreement with Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited, Microsoft NV/SA or any other Microsoft Group affiliate. Furthermore you are reminded that the content is solely based on the limited information provided to us at the time of this communication and it will be subject to possible changes occurring hereafter.

Sunday, June 2, 2024

Friends of Microsoft Teams - Week 22 - 2024 (May 27 - June 2)

Hello Friend of Microsoft Teams,

Find below a list of public posts and updates on Microsoft Teams (and Microsoft 365) that have been published in Week 22 of 2024, May 27 – June 2.

Feel free to share with your partners, customers, colleagues, and peers.

 

What's New in Microsoft Teams (and Microsoft 365):

Field Advisories:


Community:

 

M365 Message Center :

 

 

  • Microsoft Teams – new message center posts:

 

Microsoft Teams: Updated developer tools to share content from Teams apps to chats, channels, and meetings MC797476 Published May 31, 2024

Today, users can share content to a Microsoft Teams meeting directly from a standalone webapp (in the browser) if developers have embedded a Share-in-Meeting control in their webapps. Today, this control allows users to share content only to an ongoing Teams meeting (or a new ad-hoc meeting) on the same device. In this rollout, we will retain the control's existing capabilities, and we will enhance the control to enable users to share content to a meeting scheduled for the future. We will combine the Share-in-Meeting controls with the existing Share to Teams dialog box, so users can use one dialog box to share from a Teams app to Teams chats, channels, or meetings. We are also introducing the ability for users to choose Present Now from the dialog to present content in a Teams meeting. Developers can choose to opt into the features in this rollout. This rollout applies to Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 394670.

Public Developer Preview: We will begin rolling out early June 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024.

Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by mid-July 2024.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC): We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by mid-July 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Channel cards MC797474 Published May 31, 2024

Microsoft Teams users will soon be able to get a quick overview about a channel using Channel cards. Channel cards will rollout across Microsoft Teams for desktop and web. Channel cards can be found by hovering over the channel name in the header or wherever a channel is mentioned.

Channel cards will provide information about a channel, including the description, last activity time, team name, and membership information. The card also provides a quick entry to notification settings, owner channel management, and the channel roster.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 397883

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, DoD): We will begin rolling early July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: The "Notify when available" feature is now live in the new Teams app MC797120 Published May 30, 2024

The "Notify when available" feature, which allows Teams users to get notified when a colleague's status changes to available, is going to be available shortly in Microsoft Teams.

A Teams user in your organization can subscribe to get notifications of individuals' availability in two ways:

1) By right-clicking (or tapping "...") on a person in the chat list view, and selecting "Notify when available"

2) In a new "People" section, available in the Teams app Settings -> Notifications and activity -> People

To stop receiving notifications, you can turn them off in your app settings (#2 above).

Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out mid-May 2024 and expect to complete by early June 2024.

General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCCHigh, DoD): We will begin rolling out in late May 2024 and expect to complete by early June 2024.

 

Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams: Unified management of Teams apps in Teams, Outlook, and the Microsoft 365 app MC796790 Published May 29, 2024

In 2023, we introduced Microsoft Teams apps that are compatible with Microsoft Outlook and the Microsoft 365 App (manifest version v1.13 or higher). Before this rollout, admin changes made in the Integrated apps section of the Microsoft 365 admin center would only affect these Teams apps in Outlook and the Microsoft 365 app. Similarly, changes made in the Teams admin center would exclusively affect Teams. Starting in June 2024, we will roll out Unified App Management to streamline the management of these apps across Teams, Outlook and the Microsoft 365 App, so they are consistently available across all supported clients.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 393931.

 

  • Microsoft Teams – updated message center posts:

 

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Notification suppression for hidden channels MC793969 Published May 17, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Meeting recap and meeting artifacts automatically shared in chat after meeting MC718761 Published Feb 23, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Speaker recognition and attribution for all Teams Rooms MC795749 Published May 24, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Custom emojis and reactions MC795750 Published May 24, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Pre-pin meeting apps for users MC748380 Published Mar 20, 2024

(Updated) Now get Real Time Calendar Notifications in Teams MC704955 Published Jan 8, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Presenter window enhancements while screensharing MC767481 Published Apr 3, 2024

(Updated) Optimize for Video setting for screensharing MC715695 Published Feb 14, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Message reactions in right-click menu MC789611 Published May 2, 2024

(Updated) Teams: Latest meeting experiences with performance improvements on web for Safari and Firefox (for guests) MC705760 Published Jan 10, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams Live Event Retirement MC678003 Published Sep 28, 2023

 

  • Microsoft Viva – new message center posts:

 

Microsoft Viva Engage: Results in Workplace Search MC797471 Published May 31, 2024

As users search in office.com, sharepoint.com, or Microsoft Bing at Work, they will get results from Microsoft Viva Engage that they have access to. The results show up as interleaved results on the search page. This is currently limited to only question posts from public Communities, Storylines, and Answers. This new feature is available by default.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 391669.

General Availability: We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by early August 2024.

 

Microsoft Viva: Connections news notifications on desktop and web MC796786 Published May 29, 2024

Existing Microsoft Viva Connections news notification functionality (currently available on Microsoft Teams mobile) will now be available on Microsoft Teams desktop. Additionally, this functionality will enable notification settings for Viva Connections at both app and individual notification levels in Teams Desktop.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 388370

General Availability: We will begin rolling out early June 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024.

 

  • Microsoft Viva – updated message center posts:

 

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For the latest information/updates you can always check these resources :

 

 

Disclaimer :

If others are interested to receive these “Friends of” messages directly from me, they can always share their contact details with me.

Or if you/they no longer want to receive these “Friends of” emails, just reply per email and I will remove you from this “Friends of” DL

 

Kind Regards/Vriendelijke groeten/Med vänlig hälsning/Salutations,

Mattias Kressmark


Disclaimer :

The content of this communication and its attachments (if any) is for general information purposes only and does not under any circumstance constitute a binding offer or acceptance of Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited, Microsoft NV/SA or any other Microsoft Group affiliate, unless this is expressly stated in a separate document executed by a person with sufficient powers to do so. The content shall not be considered to supplement or amend the terms of any existing agreement with Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited, Microsoft NV/SA or any other Microsoft Group affiliate. Furthermore you are reminded that the content is solely based on the limited information provided to us at the time of this communication and it will be subject to possible changes occurring hereafter.

Sunday, May 26, 2024

Friends of Microsoft Teams - Week 21 - 2024 (May 20 - May 26)

Hello Friend of Microsoft Teams,

Find below a list of public posts and updates on Microsoft Teams (and Microsoft 365) that have been published in Week 21 of 2024, May 20 – May 26.

Feel free to share with your partners, customers, colleagues, and peers.

 

What's New in Microsoft Teams (and Microsoft 365):

Field Advisories:

Community:

 

M365 Message Center :

 

 

  • Microsoft Teams – new message center posts:

 

Microsoft Teams: Custom emojis and reactions MC795750 Published May 24, 2024

In Microsoft Teams, users will be able to add their own custom emojis and reactions by uploading an image or GIF file, and their emojis and reactions will be accessible to all users in the tenant alongside the standard Teams emojis and reactions. Up to 5,000 custom emojis can be added per tenant.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 80659.

Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2024 and expect to complete by early July 2024.

Worldwide, GCC: We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

GCC High, DoD: We will begin rolling out early August 2024 and expect to complete by late August 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Speaker recognition and attribution for all Teams Rooms MC795749 Published May 24, 2024

In Microsoft Teams, you will be able to enhance hybrid meeting experiences with Teams Rooms and Copilot. We are extending the support of intelligent speaker to all certified microphones to enable Teams rooms to use the advanced technology called speaker recognition to analyze the distinct vocal characteristics of each speaker, such as pitch, tone, and speaking style, to create a voiceprint for each participant, akin to a fingerprint for their voice.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 394668

General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out by mid-June 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Closed captions in the Walkie Talkie app MC795746 Published May 24, 2024

Coming soon to Microsoft Teams: In a busy frontline work environment, it can be challenging to hear Walkie Talkie transmissions. To address this, we're launching live closed captions for any audible transmission in the Walkie Talkie app in Teams. This message applies to Teams Mobile (iOS, Android).

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 396558.

General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out early June 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams admin center: App centric management for app installation and changes to app setup policies MC795355 Published May 23, 2024

Coming soon for Microsoft Teams: App centric management for admin app installation introduces new admin settings to control who in the tenant has specific Teams apps preinstalled. Similar to app centric management for app availability, as communicated in MC688930 (Updated) Teams admin center: App centric management and changes to app permission policies (November 2023), admins will be able to install apps for users, groups, or everyone in the organization.

After rollout, app centric management will replace Installed apps in the Teams admin center and give admins the ability to install apps individually. The Installed apps in your app setup policies will be migrated to app centric management based on your current user and group assignments for each policy. The rest of your settings in app setup policies will remain unchanged and will continue to work based on app setup policies, including Pinned apps. After this rollout, you can install Teams apps for selected sets of users, groups, or all users in the organization, and Installed apps in app setup policies will no longer be available.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 394274.

App centric management will roll out in four General Availability phases.

Phase 1 | General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out mid-July 2024 and expect to complete late August 2024. This phase applies to tenants who meet both conditions: 1) tenants with no Installed apps in the Global app setup policy and 2) tenants with no custom app setup policies created in the Teams admin center. After rollout, these tenants will have app centric management enabled for their app installs. Admins may see the Manage apps page in read-only mode for a short time.

Phase 2 | More details coming soon as a follow up MC post. This phase applies to tenants who meet both conditions: 1) tenants with apps added to Installed apps in the Global app setup policy and 2) tenants with no custom app setup policies created in the Teams admin center. This phase will migrate apps installed in the Global app setup policy to app centric management.

Phase 3 | More details coming soon as a follow up MC post. This phase applies to tenants with both the Global app setup policy and custom app setup policies. This phase will migrate apps installed for users and groups through Installed apps in app setup policies to app centric management.

Phase 4 | More details coming soon as a follow up MC post. This phase applies to all remaining tenants.

 

Microsoft Teams: New meeting option to control permissions for admitting participants from lobby MC795085 Published May 22, 2024

Microsoft Teams: Currently, the capability to admit attendees from lobby and the capability to present are combined into one meeting role: Presenter. This frequently results in situations where meeting participants, who are not in charge of meeting management, are able to admit people from the lobby to enter the meeting, and the meeting organizer has no way to control it.

With this feature update, we are addressing this gap by introducing a meeting option for meeting organizers to be in control of who can admit people from the lobby:

The new option Who can admit from lobby will have two choices:

1. Only the organizer and co-organizers can admit from the lobby: This is the more secure option to be used for meetings where only organizers and co-organizers should be able to admit participants from the lobby.

2. The organizer, co-organizers, and presenters can admit from the lobby (default option): This mimics the current system behavior that presenters also get the right to admit participants from the lobby.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 392836

General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by mid-July 2024.

General Availability (GCC): We will begin rolling out mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Organizers can manage access to meeting transcripts, recordings, AI-generated recap, and Copilot MC795083 Published May 22, 2024

Microsoft Teams meeting organizers can now manage who gets access to a meeting recording, transcript, AI recap, and Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 394688

Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out in early June 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024.

General Availability: We will begin rolling out mid-June 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Explicit Consent policy for Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 MC794819 Published May 21, 2024

Microsoft Teams will now support an Explicit Consent policy for processing all types of user generated content, such as audio and video, as part of the Explicit Recording policy. When the Explicit Consent policy is applied, the Teams meeting window will request explicit consent from all participants to have Teams use their audio and video for transcription, recording, or Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365. Before a user gives consent, the user cannot unmute, turn on their camera, or share content. This is the same as the current experience in Explicit Recording consent, but the Explicit Recording policy will now support transcription and Copilot for Microsoft 365.

General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out mid-June 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024.

 

Keep your Microsoft Teams desktop client compliant by updating it MC794736 Published May 21, 2024

Since Microsoft Teams is governed by the Modern Lifecycle Policy, the Teams desktop client needs to be up to date. Users who are on old versions of classic Teams app will receive in-app notifications to encourage them to update to the latest version of Teams. This is to ensure that users have the latest capabilities, performance enhancements, security features, and service reliability.

This in-app notification will not apply to users on machine wide (non-persistent setup) Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) deployments. Admins will need to regularly update those users to remain supported on Teams.

Per MC298823 (November '21), a version that is too far out of date will become incompatible with the service until it’s updated. Also see MC783985 for Classic Teams Timelines regarding end of support and end of availability.

This will be enforced on June 19th, 2024.

 

Microsoft Teams: Ability to purchase third-party app subscriptions from Teams Admin Center and Teams app store MC794545 Published May 20, 2024

We will soon enable enhanced purchase experience in both the Teams Admin Center and the Teams app store. This improvement will empower administrators and end-users to seamlessly assess the plans offered by an app and secure third-party app subscriptions that optimally meet their needs. The aim of this overhauled experience is to simplify and expedite the subscription purchase journey, from choosing a plan to finalizing and reviewing the billing details.

Our goal in refreshing our purchase user experience with new designs and structures is to offer a more recognizable user interface. This will enable users to comfortably identify the most suitable plan for their needs without being inundated by choices and facilitate a smooth plan purchase.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 179897

Public Preview: We will begin rolling out late June 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out late June 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.

 

 

  • Microsoft Teams – updated message center posts:

 

 

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Changes to in-app feedback experience and feedback policy (Teams Desktop and Teams for web) MC790791 Published May 6, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams | Report a Problem integration with Pro Management portal MC746323 Published Mar 19, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Meeting Chat shown by default in Gallery View with Teams Room MC752516 Published Mar 22, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Meeting ID and passcode required to join on Teams Rooms on Android MC716389 Published Feb 16, 2024

Microsoft Teams: Meeting ID and passcode required to join Teams Rooms on Windows MC715423 Published Feb 13, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams device store MC707657 Published Jan 17, 2024

(Updated) Workflows within Microsoft Teams chats menu MC683929 Published Oct 25, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Emojis, GIFs and Stickers Unified in One Picker MC674737 Published Sep 11, 2023

(Updated) Admins can select the domain to use for Teams Email Service MC705761 Published Jan 10, 2024

Microsoft Teams: Ability to change language in Microsoft Teams Rooms on Windows MC734279 Published Mar 12, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Walkie Talkie will be integrated with Apple’s iOS Push-to-Talk feature MC787359 Published Apr 26, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: New Admin control for setting default storage app for file uploads MC746332 Published Mar 19, 2024

(Updated) Now get Real Time Calendar Notifications in Teams MC704955 Published Jan 8, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Create avatars from photo MC789315 Published Apr 30, 2024

(Updated) Quick Access Teams and Sharepoint Document Libraries in win32 backstage MC432475 Published Sep 16, 2022

(Updated) Contact Unification across Outlook and Teams MC695487 Published Dec 4, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Create avatars from photo MC789315 Published Apr 30, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Explicit consent for recording data in audit logs MC791598 Published May 9, 2024

(Updated) Teams Multitenant Org (MTO) in GCC, GCC High, and DoD clouds MC711026 Published Jan 29, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Approvals Graph APIs public preview MC789878 Published May 2, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: In-meeting Error Messaging MC683928 Published Oct 25, 2023

(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Limit Presenter Role Permissions MC715431 Published Feb 13, 2024

(Updated) Introducing the ability to duplicate an existing webinar MC709268 Published Jan 23, 2024

 

  • Microsoft Viva – new message center posts:

 

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  • Microsoft Viva – updated message center posts:

 

(Updated) Microsoft Viva: Onedrive Files Card on Viva Connections dashboard MC793655 Published May 16, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Viva: Analytics for multiple Connections experiences MC738642 Published Mar 14, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Viva: Meeting cost and quality insights will be available in Viva Insights MC790789 Published May 6, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Viva Engage: Viva Engage question post update MC714521 Published Feb 10, 2024

(Updated) Microsoft Viva Learning: Disable LinkedIn Learning premium content MC740508 Published Mar 15, 2024

(Updated) Answers in Viva content in Microsoft Search MC715700 Published Feb 14, 2024



For the latest information/updates you can always check these resources :

 

 

Disclaimer :

If others are interested to receive these “Friends of” messages directly from me, they can always share their contact details with me.

Or if you/they no longer want to receive these “Friends of” emails, just reply per email and I will remove you from this “Friends of” DL

 

Kind Regards/Vriendelijke groeten/Med vänlig hälsning/Salutations,

Mattias Kressmark


Disclaimer :

The content of this communication and its attachments (if any) is for general information purposes only and does not under any circumstance constitute a binding offer or acceptance of Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited, Microsoft NV/SA or any other Microsoft Group affiliate, unless this is expressly stated in a separate document executed by a person with sufficient powers to do so. The content shall not be considered to supplement or amend the terms of any existing agreement with Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited, Microsoft NV/SA or any other Microsoft Group affiliate. Furthermore you are reminded that the content is solely based on the limited information provided to us at the time of this communication and it will be subject to possible changes occurring hereafter.