Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, everyone. After a busy week it’s great to be heading into the weekend for a bit of rest and relaxation!
Many updates announced for Microsoft Teams, check out the link for more information about together mode, dynamic view, video filters, plus a whole lot more. Microsoft Teams Collaboration Updates
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, everyone. Here’s this weeks Microsoft 365 updates.
Microsoft Teams is set to expand the total number of video participants displays on the screen up to a maximum of 49. Whilst this may not suit all meeting types, this is a requested feature for scenarios such as education. This feature requires the new multi-window meeting experience, and requires a minimum of 10 participants with video switched on.
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, everyone!
This weeks Microsoft 365 updates. Updates this week include enabling a communications site experience on a classic teams site, visual updates for SharePoint Online lists and document management libraries, an update to retention labels applied to Exchange where deletion or retention is based off when a label was applied, and Play my Emails for Outlook on Android devices.
Delayed and Rollout Date Change Announcements:
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, everyone. More updates from Microsoft this week.
Great news for those wanting multi window chat for Microsoft Teams, it’s on it’s way. Some tenants will start to see the functionality from early April, and the rollout will be finalised by end of May 2020.
List of Updates Note: Please ensure you’re signed into your Office 365 Administration portal to access the links referenced below. Also note, some tenants may not have all the below updates currently published to them
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, Everyone. I hope everyone is staying safe during these trying times.
Microsoft streamlining Office 365 performance to accommodate additional remote workers Due to the current world climate, there’s been a surge in the number of people working from home resulting in unprecedented pressure placed onto IT infrastructure, including networks and cloud based services. As a result of this additional usage, Microsoft have made changes to de-emphasis some features to free up valuable computing resources to ensure vital services remain responsive.