The new Microsoft Health Dashboard is a new tool to help Administrators track the health of their Microsoft 365 environment.
For June and July, Microsoft has planned several enhancements for Teams meetings.
Microsoft has announced the release of a new Admin App for Microsoft Teams. The app provides a central hub that makes it easier for IT Pros to access settings and perform key management tasks across Microsoft 365 and Teams.
There is always a right tool for the job and having those tools available in Microsoft Teams enables people to work from anywhere.
Organizers will soon be able to assign the co-organizer meeting role to up to 10 specific people they invite to their meeting.
Modern meeting and calling experiences are coming to Chrome and Edge browsers. This includes the dynamic view, control bar on the top of the screen, and the latest view modes.
Users can now seamlessly create and review e-signature approval requests directly in Teams removing the need to access the e-sign provider website.
Microsoft is using machine-learning models to improve further the audio functionality in Teams.
Microsoft Teams will soon allow users to create chats with themselves to easily take notes, write quick messages, or even store files or images.
In the modern workplace, effective collaboration with external partners is essential. External collaboration could range from adhoc chats with a vendor to more structured or long-term collaboration with suppliers or business partners.