Microsoft 365 roadmap roundup – 27th February 2023

Use the links below to switch between each product’s roadmap updates:

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  • In development (13)


  • Microsoft Teams: View video recordings and attendance reports inside LMS – Teachers and students will be able to access video recordings and attendance reports inside their LMS itself. Microsoft Teams Meeting LTI app has enabled availability of these artifacts inside LMS. The feature will be available to use in all the LMSs incorporating Teams Meeting LTI app. Roadmap ID:96402


  • Microsoft Teams: Enhanced flyout design for app engagement and discovery – Enhanced visual layout helps you quickly launch apps that you   have as well as discover new ones to help you complete your day-to-day tasks   in Teams.       Roadmap ID:110710


Release – March 2023

  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Power Automate Connector – Updates App (Microsoft 365) – Updates App (Microsoft 365) connector enables creation of Power Automate flows which trigger when an update is sent to the flow owner. Currently, the connector supports two triggers, 1) When a new update is received, 2) when a new update tied to a specific request is received. Roadmap ID: 104397
  • Microsoft Teams: License Management in Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Teams Admin Center for SaaS offers built by Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) – With Microsoft’s license management solution for SaaS offers built by Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), customers can easily assign, use, and track SaaS licenses in Teams and Teams admin center. This also provides ISVs with a ready-to-use solution without the need to develop their own license management and enforcement system. Roadmap ID:85418
  • Microsoft Teams:  Pronouns available on the profile card – Users will have the ability to add pronouns to their profile card. By adding pronouns to their profile card, users can express who they are and help inform others how to address them. Roadmap ID:86382
  • Microsoft Teams: Expanded view for profile card available in Teams – The expanded view of the profile card is now available in Teams. On the profile card expanded view you can see richer persona info, such as contact data and LinkedIn info. It also gives you easy access to view organization chart information without having to leave the context, meaning, you no longer no longer have to go to 1:1 chat in order to see organization chart information. Roadmap ID: 109526

Release – April 2023

  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Content sharing and Admin controls for Teams Rooms on Android – Enhanced content sharing capabilities with PC audio shared via HDMI and IT Admin controls on automatic sharing of HDMI content. Users can view and add annotations to shared content when a desktop user starts a session in a meeting. And, for Teams Premium users, there is support for watermark-enabled meetings to safeguard confidential information. Roadmap ID: 119622
  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Meeting join and extension enhancements for Teams Rooms on Android – Users can start an ad-hoc meeting in one touch with the ‘Meet’ button, join a Teams meeting with a meeting ID and passcode, and extend a current room reservation within in a meeting. Roadmap ID: 119621
  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Front Row layout in Teams Rooms on Android – Additional functionality with the Front Row experience, a layout for hybrid meetings that enables users to see remote attendees at eye level and on dual screens. Users can see Chat in the right panel and participants with raised hands on the left panel. And, Meeting Chat is added in the Gallery, Large Gallery, and Together Mode layouts. Roadmap ID: 119620
  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Change call queue and auto attendant greetings and announcements by authorized users – To adapt to changing environments, Teams users need to make adjustments to their call queue/auto attendant greetings and announcements. This is required more frequently than what the IT helpdesk can typically handle. Introducing user managed CQ/AA greetings for Teams end users. Now, authorized users, as identified by Teams tenant admins, can change greetings and announcements for their respective call queues and auto attendant without leaving Teams. Roadmap ID: 116739
  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Geo filtering for Teams apps – ISV’s can now target applications to select geographies (countries/regions) via partner center. Thus, users will only see apps relevant for them given their country and region. Roadmap ID: 100974
  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Teams Button to bring Meeting Stage to foreground during meeting – With this feature, users can bring up the meeting stage to the foreground by pressing their Teams Button during a meeting. This allows users to more quickly return to the meeting stage to review chat discussions or the content being shared, especially if the meeting stage was hidden behind other windows. Note: This feature only applies to devices with dedicated Teams Buttons. If the device has a dual-purpose button (both hookswitch and Teams Button), pressing the button will end the call. Roadmap ID: 98496
  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: New channels experience – New channels experience, built with an intuitive design that help teams focus and actively engage. The new channels experience include: compose box and recent posts will appear at the top of the page, every post will now have a conversation view and a new right pane with the channel’s key information. Roadmap ID: 91683
  • Microsoft Teams: Simplified app update experience – Users will have a clear and transparent app update experience. Users will only need to approve an update once per app, and the new version will take effect seamlessly in all their chats, channels and meetings. Roadmap ID:95676

Release – May 2023

  • πŸ†• Microsoft Teams: Support Breakout Rooms on VDI – Enable organizer support for Breakout Rooms for VDI users. Roadmap ID: 119698
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