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Microsoft Teams Roadmap Watch: Music On Hold, Share System Audio, 100 person private chat and 3 more

It’s always interesting to keep an eye on the Microsoft 365 roadmap to see what is coming for Microsoft Teams. Recently a number of interesting features got posted as in development. Microsoft Teams: Music on Hold A common telephony feature. No detail on which clients will support this (desktop, web, mobile, IP Phones) Microsoft Teams – Share system audio in a Teams meeting Often users want...

Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams Roadmap Update April 23, 2018, 9 Changes

It’s been 3 months since the last PDF roadmap update. This time the update was broadcast with a bit more noise via a blog post. So what has changed since the last 30th January Update? We now have nice icons for Released (i.e. should be on all tenants) vs “Rolling out” i.e. some have it, but not all yet. The changes are minor this time, with 8 features in messaging that brings us much closer to...

Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams Capabilities Roadmap Update Jan 30th 2018, What’s Changed?

Microsoft has quietly updated the Roadmap deck that shows the expected timeline for Skype for Business Online features or feature equivalents coming to Microsoft Teams. Thanks to Guy Bachar for spotting the update. The updated PDF deck is here. The first version was published at the end of October 2017, so what has changed? The roadmap is still split into Messaging, Meetings and Calling Messaging...

Microsoft Teams Roadmap, What we learnt from Microsoft Ignite

First off this is not the official roadmap, you should check out the official Office 365 Roadmap at where you can Filter by “Microsoft Teams”. At Microsoft Ignite we were told there would be a roadmap update in October, so I look forward to that. In the meantime here is everything we picked up from Ignite as “coming in the future”. As with everything “future”, it’s all very subject to change an...

Skype for Business Online Multi-Region, Automated Meeting Migration and Exchange Server Voicemail Coming

Thanks to Shawn Harry, a well-known London UC Architect worth following, for catching that Microsoft just updated the public Office 365 Roadmap site with some new Skype for Business Online features.   Multi-Region Capabilities Support for a Multi-National Corporation tenant to have users be distributed across multiple Data centres for Skype for Business Online in the Multi-Tenant environment...

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