Another month has passed and a great round up of Microsoft Teams news has been posted over at Microsoft Tech Community:
What’s New in Microsoft Teams | May 2020
James “UcMadScientist” Arber has a great technical deep-dive on Extension based SBC routing for non-DID numbers.
Need help with deploying Microsoft 365 workloads? The FastTrack Team post a blog this week on new guides for time-saving scripts and additional deployment guidance.
Tony Redmond outlines a new policy and admin configuration that automatically turns any meeting created in OWA and Outlook mobile clients into an online meeting (Teams or Skype for Business).
This article outlines upcoming Teams Rooms solutions from Poly including three models: G10-T, G40-T, and G80-T. Check out a sneak peak from MVP Jeff Schert’z Twitter (@jdscher):
Sneak peak at the new Poly #MicrosoftTeams Room solution. For size comparison is the TC8 controller for the StudioX/G7550 on the left, and new GC8 #PolyMTR controller on the right. Details at 11 (PT) https://t.co/KCjikGQzAj pic.twitter.com/eyrYmvpanO— Jeff Schertz (@jdscher) May 28, 2020
Users will be able to pin any message in a channel to the channel information pane for all members to see. Expected release is June 2020.
Meeting Attendee Limit Increases
The maximum number of participants allowed in a Teams meeting is being increased to 350. Looks like rollout is starting in June 2020 through September 2020.
Microsoft 365 Firstline Worker – Audit Logs in Shifts
Shifts Audit Logs are provided in the centralized O365 Security & Compliance Center.
M365 Admin Center Messages
Manage Which Accounts Can Log in to Teams via Enrolled Mobile Devices
Teams administrators will be able to control which accounts can log into a Teams client on a mobile device that is enrolled through Intune. Rollout is expected to be completed by end of June 2020.
Tip of the Week
Learn how to configure a delegate to answer your calls from this Office Support article.