Key Updates and Announcements Slight change this week with the formatting of these updates, the majority of the content will focus on new feature announcements, with updates to previous announcements contained to their own section with reference URLs for more information. This streamlines the information contained here as there is no need to repeat the full update in subsequent weeks when the only change is the deployment timeline.
When Microsoft announced their intention to allow self service licensing for the Power Platform there was plenty of push back from administrators who were concerned with lack of control of Microsoft 365 licensing components.
Key Updates and Announcements Welcome to the long weekend edition of the Microsoft 365 Updates! For those enjoying the long weekend, I hope it’s been a good one.
Microsoft Teams has several announcements and updates this week:
System messages - Est. time of arrival: Mid-July (Government tenants will be completed by end of August) - Some system message will no longer be displayed in the General channel of each team, including teams membership changes Teams mobile suggested replies - Est.
Key Updates and Announcements It has been several weeks since I’ve been able to post an update, and there has been plenty of Microsoft 365 updates.
OAuth support for POP, IMAP, and SMTP AUTH is now available for all tenants. This means organisation can continue to use these protocols with modern authentication instead of legacy basic authentication. Call Quality Dashboard V2 is to be retired, start using the advanced CQD at cqd.
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday everyone, here’s this weeks updates.
Microsoft Teams 1:1 convenience recording is now available and allows Teams calls containing two people to be recorded. This only allows for calls between two Teams clients, it doesn’t allow recording when one of the call participants is from the PSTN network, such as a mobile phone or land line. If you are recording a 1:1 call and then add an additional participant then the recording will cease and the original participants are automatically given access to the recording.
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday! I have two weeks worth of updates as I decided to kick back and relax during the Easter break. Here’s a few of the changes that have my interest:
Teams Meeting experience improvements! Most people who have participated in a Teams meeting this week most likely would have been a part of the shenanigans of people applying new background effects. Perfect timing to rollout this change as so many people are working from home who want to block out the visual noise caused by working in make shift offices.