2022 CW 41 Microsoft 365 Message Center changes

from 10/03/2022 to 10/09/2022

13 Office 365 Message Center Items were changed and 11 Office 365 Message Center Items were added

Please note: Only common Message Center messages are in this list you should always check your Message Center for additional messages

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MC Action Required By changes

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MC362283 (Updated) Updates to the Zero-hour auto purge (ZAP) alerts 11/18/2022 08:00:00 2022-12-16T08:00:00Z N/A
MC383875 (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: updates to quarantine folder storage 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2022-12-30T08:00:00Z N/A
MC383876 (Updated) Collaborative Annotations on Presenter Shared Screen 12/31/2022 08:00:00 2023-03-31T09:00:00Z N/A
MC383901 (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Hourly option for notifications 12/31/2022 09:00:00 2023-05-01T10:00:00Z N/A
MC384326 (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Quarantine asynchronous update 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2023-05-02T09:00:00Z N/A
MC389615 (Updated) Microsoft Feed on the Outlook Mobile Search Page 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2022-11-18T08:00:00Z N/A
MC394785 (Updated) Speaker Coach in Microsoft Teams Meetings 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2022-11-30T08:00:00Z N/A
MC400204 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: External Access Chat Invitation Flow for Managed Organizations 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2022-12-16T08:00:00Z N/A
MC405572 (Updated) Microsoft Purview Data Lifecycle 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2022-11-30T08:00:00Z N/A
MC408994 (Updated) Private drafts for SharePoint pages and news 10/31/2022 08:00:00 2022-12-16T08:00:00Z N/A

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MC ID MC Title Old Value New Value MC Action required by
MC402423 (Updated) Ability to manage third-party app subscriptions from Teams Admin Subscribers of third-party Teams applications will be able to view and manage all their subscriptions from a convenient, centralized location (Teams App Store for end-users and Teams Admin Center for Teams Admins).

Teams Admin Center

Admins will soon have a single place to view all app subscriptions they’ve purchased from Teams Admin Center. They can also initiate actions like buy additional licenses, change plans, and update payment method and be directed to the right page in Microsoft Admin Center to complete each action. To use this new feature, navigate to Teams Apps > Manage apps > Subscriptions.

Teams App Store

End-users will soon have a single place to view all app subscriptions they’ve purchased in the Teams app store, without leaving the Teams client. Users can initiate actions on their subscriptions like buy additional licenses, change plans, and update payment method and be directed to the right place in Microsoft Admin Center to complete the action. To use this new feature, navigate to Apps > Manage your apps > Subscriptions.

Subscribers of third-party Teams applications will be able to view and manage all their subscriptions from a convenient, centralized location (Teams App Store for end-users and Teams Admin Center for Teams Admins).

Teams Admin Center

Admins will soon have a single place to view all app subscriptions they’ve purchased from Teams Admin Center. They can also initiate actions like buy additional licenses, change plans, and update payment method and be directed to the right page in Microsoft Admin Center to complete each action. To use this new feature, navigate to Teams Apps > Manage apps > Subscriptions.
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MC440117 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs Currently, users have to switch back-and-forth between apps to multi-task in Microsoft Teams' calendar. As a first step towards solving scheduling issues without data/context getting lost between app navigation, we have created a feature for the scheduling form to be popped out as a separate window.

Users will see the new scheduling form window while creating a new meeting.

Existing meetings can also now be popped out by clicking on the icon on the scheduling form.

Currently, users have to switch back-and-forth between apps to multi-task in Microsoft Teams' calendar. As a first step towards solving scheduling issues without data/context getting lost between app navigation, we have created a feature for the scheduling form to be popped out as a separate window.

Users will see the new scheduling form window while creating a new meeting.

Existing meetings can also now be popped out by clicking on the icon on the scheduling form.

With this Calendar Release, the Meeting Notes Tab from the scheduling form of meeting invite has been removed. However, users can still access meeting notes tab in the header of meeting chat.

Users will now be able to see additional meeting templates in the drop-down. These templates will be visible only when admin creates them through the Teams admin center.

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MC440117 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs Currently, users have to switch back-and-forth between apps to multi-task in Microsoft Teams' calendar. As a first step towards solving scheduling issues without data/context getting lost between app navigation, we have created a feature for the scheduling form to be popped out as a separate window.

Users will see the new scheduling form window while creating a new meeting.

Existing meetings can also now be popped out by clicking on the icon on the scheduling form.

With this Calendar Release, the Meeting Notes Tab from the scheduling form of meeting invite has been removed. However, users can still access meeting notes tab in the header of meeting chat.

Users will now be able to see additional meeting templates in the drop-down. These templates will be visible only when admin creates them through the Teams admin center.

Currently, users have to switch back-and-forth between apps to multi-task in Microsoft Teams' calendar. As a first step towards solving scheduling issues without data/context getting lost between app navigation, we have created a feature for the scheduling form to be popped out as a separate window.

Users will see the new scheduling form window while creating a new meeting.

Existing meetings can also now be popped out by clicking on the icon on the scheduling form.

With this Calendar Release, the Meeting Notes Tab from the scheduling form of meeting invite has been removed. However, users can still access meeting notes tab in the header of meeting chat.

Users will now be able to see additional meeting templates in the drop-down. These templates will be visible only when admin creates them through the Teams admin center.

We understand that our user's focus is more inclined towards today and tomorrow's events when on calendar (for week and workweek view). With this release, today and tomorrow will have more room within the calendar grid compared to other days.

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MC Messages changes

MC ID MC Title Old Value New Value MC Action required by
MC362283 (Updated) Updates to the Zero-hour auto purge (ZAP) alerts Updated September 2, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We will be updating the current zero-hour auto purge (ZAP) alerts and introduce a new ZAP alert that will notify you if a message has not been removed by ZAP.

Updates to the ZAP alerts will include:

Scoping the success ZAP alerts for only ZAP related scenarios. You will no longer be alerted as part of the ZAP alert for Dynamic Delivery scenarios.

A new failure ZAP alert is being introduced. You will receive an alert when a message was not successfully removed from the mailbox. Manual action will be required to remediate the message. The alert will be correlated and linked to both Automated Investigation and Response (AIR) and Incidents. The alert will be on by default and can be configured in alert policies.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93206.

[When this will happen:]

We expect these updates to roll out in mid-September (previously late August) and expect to be complete by mid-October (previously late September).
Updated October 7, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We will be updating the current zero-hour auto purge (ZAP) alerts and introduce a new ZAP alert that will notify you if a message has not been removed by ZAP.

Updates to the ZAP alerts will include:

Scoping the success ZAP alerts for only ZAP related scenarios. You will no longer be alerted as part of the ZAP alert for Dynamic Delivery scenarios.

A new failure ZAP alert is being introduced. You will receive an alert when a message was not successfully removed from the mailbox. Manual action will be required to remediate the message. The alert will be correlated and linked to both Automated Investigation and Response (AIR) and Incidents. The alert will be on by default and can be configured in alert policies.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93206.

[When this will happen:]

We expect these updates to roll out in mid-October (previously mid-September) and expect to be complete by mid-November (previously mid-October).
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MC373880 (Updated) Migrating the Safe Links Block List to Tenant Allow Block List Updated September 1, 2022: We have stopped the automated migration efforts to migrate all entries from your Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow Block List. Organizations will have the ability to review and take action on the entries that were unable to be migrated. Any entries that are unable to be migrated will be marked as such and organizations will have the ability to resolve that entry and run the migration again. Tenants will have until January 2023 to complete this activity, at which point the Safe Links Global Block List will be retired.

Note: Any entry migrated from the Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow/Block List will adopt the behavior of TABL. This means that any message with the URL present will be moved to Quarantine. If deleting an already migrated entry from TABL, it needs to be removed from BlockURLS to avoid migration.

As a reminder beginning in June tenants will no longer have the ability to add to the Safe Links Block List in the Global Setting menu. Then we will attempt to migrate the Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow Block List (TABL) on behalf of the organization. Any entries that are unable to be successfully migrated, they will be marked as such in the Block List and organizations will have the ability to take action as needed beginning in July.

Another update will be sent closer to July as a reminder for tenants to review the migration status of the Block List. Beginning in June organizations will no longer have the ability to add to the Safe Links Block List in the Global Setting menu. Following this, we will attempt to migrate the Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow Block List (TABL) on behalf of the organization. For any entries that we are unable to migrate, they will be marked as such in the Block List and organizations will have the ability to take action as needed.

[When this will happen:]

Early June: Organizations will no longer have the ability to add to the URL/Domain entries to the Safe Links Block List in the Global Settings flyout and we will attempt to migrate all the entries in an organization's Safe Links Block List to TABL on their behalf

Mid-June through December: Organizations will have the ability review entries that were not able to be migrated and resolve the issue(s)

January: The Safe Links Block List will be retired

Updated October 06, 2022: As a reminder Tenants will have until January 2023 to review and take action on any entries in the Safe Links Block List that were unable to be migrated. Any entries that are unable to be migrated will be marked as such and organizations will have the ability to resolve that entry and run the migration again. In January 2023 the Safe Links Global Block List will be retired.

We have stopped the automated migration efforts to migrate all entries from your Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow Block List. Organizations will have the ability to review and take action on the entries that were unable to be migrated. Any entries that are unable to be migrated will be marked as such and organizations will have the ability to resolve that entry and run the migration again. Tenants will have until January 2023 to complete this activity, at which point the Safe Links Global Block List will be retired.

Note: Any entry migrated from the Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow/Block List will adopt the behavior of TABL. This means that any message with the URL present will be moved to Quarantine. If deleting an already migrated entry from TABL, it needs to be removed from BlockURLS to avoid migration.

As a reminder beginning in June tenants will no longer have the ability to add to the Safe Links Block List in the Global Setting menu. Then we will attempt to migrate the Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow Block List (TABL) on behalf of the organization. Any entries that are unable to be successfully migrated, they will be marked as such in the Block List and organizations will have the ability to take action as needed beginning in July.

Another update will be sent closer to July as a reminder for tenants to review the migration status of the Block List. Beginning in June organizations will no longer have the ability to add to the Safe Links Block List in the Global Setting menu. Following this, we will attempt to migrate the Safe Links Block List to the Tenant Allow Block List (TABL) on behalf of the organization. For any entries that we are unable to migrate, they will be marked as such in the Block List and organizations will have the ability to take action as needed.

[When this will happen:]

Early June: Organizations will no longer have the ability to add to the URL/Domain entries to the Safe Links Block List in the Global Settings flyout and we will attempt to migrate all the entries in an organization's Safe Links Block List to TABL on their behalf

Mid-June through December: Organizations will have the ability review entries that were not able to be migrated and resolve the issue(s)

January: The Safe Links Block List will be retired

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MC383875 (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: updates to quarantine folder storage Updated August 2, 2022: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.

Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is making some changes to quarantine folder storage. The experience for users will remain the same and users can leverage the delete action to maintain the storage folder for their quarantined messages.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93302.

[When this will happen:]

Standard: will begin rolling out in mid-June and be completed by early September (previously late June).

Government: will begin rolling out in mid-September (previously early July) and be completed by late September (previously late July).
Updated October 5, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is making some changes to quarantine folder storage. The experience for users will remain the same and users can leverage the delete action to maintain the storage folder for their quarantined messages.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93302.

[When this will happen:]

Standard: will begin rolling out in mid-June and be completed by mid-November (previously mid-September).

Government: will begin rolling out in mid-November (previously mid-September) and be completed by late November (previously late September).
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MC383876 (Updated) Collaborative Annotations on Presenter Shared Screen Updated August 5, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Collaborative Annotation helps you collaborate with others while screen sharing in Teams meetings. For example, if you want to ask for feedback on a design or if you’re working with a group on a project, Collaborative Annotation helps you get work done faster and with more voices included.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 86732

[When this will happen:]

Standard: begin rollout in mid-June and expect to complete rollout by late June. - Complete

GCC: begin rollout in early August (previously late July) and expect to complete rollout in late August (previously early August).

GCC-High: begin rollout in late September (previously late August) and expect to complete rollout by early October (previously early September).

DoD: begin rollout in late October (previously late September) and expect to complete rollout in early November (previously early October).
Updated October 7, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Collaborative Annotation helps you collaborate with others while screen sharing in Teams meetings. For example, if you want to ask for feedback on a design or if you’re working with a group on a project, Collaborative Annotation helps you get work done faster and with more voices included.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 86732

[When this will happen:]

Standard: begin rollout in mid-June and expect to complete rollout by late June. - Complete

GCC: begin rollout in early August (previously late July) and expect to complete rollout in late August (previously early August).

GCC-High: begin rollout in late September (previously late August) and expect to complete rollout by late October (previously early October).

DoD: begin rollout in late January (previously late October) and expect to complete rollout in late February (previously early November).
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MC383901 (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Hourly option for notifications Updated September 7, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We are adding a new hourly option to end user quarantine notifications, which will allow users to rely on receiving prompt notifications about quarantined items when appropriate. With this feature, users will be updated frequently once new items land in their quarantine folder.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93304.

[When this will happen:]

Standard: will begin rolling out in early October (previously early September) and be completed by early November (previously mid-September).

Government: will begin rolling out in early November (previously late September) and be completed by late November (previously early October).
Updated October 5, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We are adding a new hourly option to end user quarantine notifications, which will allow users to rely on receiving prompt notifications about quarantined items when appropriate. With this feature, users will be updated frequently once new items land in their quarantine folder.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93304.

[When this will happen:]

Standard: will begin rolling out in late November (previously early October) and be completed by late February 2023 (previously early November).

Government: will begin rolling out in early March 2023 (previously early November) and be completed by late March 2023 (previously late November).
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MC384326 (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Quarantine asynchronous update Updated June 30, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is introducing a new way of interacting with quarantined messages through an asynchronous approach. Previously, quarantine operations were carried out in a synchronous model on the technical execution side.

Note: This change is a major step towards introducing partial string search functionality and 1,000 message bulk operation support in quarantine.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93303.

[When this will happen]

Standard: will begin rolling out in late July (previously late June) and be completed by late August (previously mid-July).

Government: will begin rolling out in early September (previously late July) and be completed by late September (previously early August).
Updated October 3, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is introducing a new way of interacting with quarantined messages through an asynchronous approach. Previously, quarantine operations were carried out in a synchronous model on the technical execution side.

Note: This change is a major step towards introducing partial string search functionality and 1,000 message bulk operation support in quarantine.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93303.

[When this will happen]

Standard: will begin rolling out in late July 2022 (previously late June 2022) and be completed by late February 2023 (previously late August 2022).

Government: will begin rolling out in early March 2023 (previously early September 2022) and be completed by early April 2023 (previously late September 2022).
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MC389615 (Updated) Microsoft Feed on the Outlook Mobile Search Page Updated August 10, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

The Search Page in Outlook Mobile is being enhanced with a new feed that aims to help users stay on top of things. The feed looks at what is happening in Microsoft 365 and surfaces updates and insights about colleagues, documents, and other artifacts in a vertical feed view, ranked personally for each user.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93317

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid June and expect to complete rollout by late September (previously early August).

Updated October 5, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

The Search Page in Outlook Mobile is being enhanced with a new feed that aims to help users stay on top of things. The feed looks at what is happening in Microsoft 365 and surfaces updates and insights about colleagues, documents, and other artifacts in a vertical feed view, ranked personally for each user.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93317

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid-June and expect to complete rollout by mid-October (previously late September).

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MC394785 (Updated) Speaker Coach in Microsoft Teams Meetings Updated September 30, 2022: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your patience.

Speaker Coach provides private, personalized feedback on your speaking and presentation skills in both real-time as well as post-meeting in a summary.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88253

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid-August (previously early July) and expect to complete rollout by late September (previously mid-September).

Note: This feature is currently available in Preview.
Updated October 5, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Speaker Coach provides private, personalized feedback on your speaking and presentation skills in both real-time as well as post-meeting in a summary.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 88253

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid-August (previously early July) and expect to complete rollout by late October (previously late September).

Note: This feature is currently available in Preview.
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MC400204 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: External Access Chat Invitation Flow for Managed Organizations Updated September 7, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Teams users will now see an invitation pop-up to accept or block an external user when receiving new chats from external users.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 94646

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rollout for this feature in mid-August and expect rollout to be completed by late September (previously early September).
Updated October 3, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

Teams users will now see an invitation pop-up to accept or block an external user when receiving new chats from external users.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 94646

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rollout for this feature in mid-August and expect rollout to be completed by mid-November (previously late September).
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MC402423 (Updated) Ability to manage third-party app subscriptions from Teams Admin Updated August 16, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We will soon enable a centralized location in both Teams Admin Center and the Teams app store, where admins and end-users can view and manage all the third-party app subscriptions they’ve purchased. This update improves the existing subscription management flow and makes it easier and more intuitive.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap IDs 92484 and 95920.

[When will this happen:]

This feature is expected to be launched by September end (previously August end).
Updated October 4, 2022: We are not releasing the ability for end-users to manage app subscriptions (Roadmap ID 92484) at this time. We will communicate via Message center when we are ready to proceed.

We will soon enable a centralized location in both Teams Admin Center and the Teams app store, where admins can view and manage all the third-party app subscriptions they’ve purchased. This update improves the existing subscription management flow and makes it easier and more intuitive.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap IDs 95920.

[When will this happen:]

This feature is expected to be launched by September end (previously August end).
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MC405572 (Updated) Microsoft Purview Data Lifecycle Updated September 1, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

In order to improve the consistency of how retention labels and policies work in SharePoint sites, going forward retention labels published to a group-connected SharePoint site will require the retention label publish policy to select the “Microsoft 365 Groups” location. Once this change rolls out, only those retention labels published to “Microsoft 365 Groups” locations will appear within the dropdown selection menu for the corresponding group-connected sites.

[When this will happen:]

Rollout will start in mid-August and is expected to be complete by the end of September (previously end of August).

Updated October 5, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

In order to improve the consistency of how retention labels and policies work in SharePoint sites, going forward retention labels published to a group-connected SharePoint site will require the retention label publish policy to select the “Microsoft 365 Groups” location. Once this change rolls out, only those retention labels published to “Microsoft 365 Groups” locations will appear within the dropdown selection menu for the corresponding group-connected sites.

[When this will happen:]

Rollout will start in mid-August and is expected to be complete by the end of October (previously end of September).

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MC408994 (Updated) Private drafts for SharePoint pages and news Updated August 4, 2022: We have updated the linked resources to provide additional information.

We’re adding the ability to create private drafts for pages and news posts. A private draft is visible only to the page author, the people the author chooses to share it with, and site admins. It's great for creating and editing content that’s not ready for others to see except the people you want to collaborate with.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85629

[When this will happen:]

This update will roll out to Targeted Release customers starting early August and to all customers by mid-September.

Updated October 6, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We’re adding the ability to create private drafts for pages and news posts. A private draft is visible only to the page author, the people the author chooses to share it with, and site admins. It's great for creating and editing content that’s not ready for others to see except the people you want to collaborate with.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85629

[When this will happen:]

This update will roll out to Targeted Release customers starting early August and to all customers by mid-November (previously mid-September).

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MC440117 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs We will be releasing a new feature in Microsoft Teams that will now enable users to pop out the scheduling form as a separate window.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 99197

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in late October and expect rollout to be completed by late November.
Updated October 4, 2022: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.

We will be releasing a new feature in Microsoft Teams that will now enable users to pop out the scheduling form as a separate window.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 99197

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid-October and expect rollout to be completed by late November.
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MC440117 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs Updated October 4, 2022: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.

We will be releasing a new feature in Microsoft Teams that will now enable users to pop out the scheduling form as a separate window.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 99197

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid-October and expect rollout to be completed by late November.
Updated October 06, 2022: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.

We will be releasing a new feature in Microsoft Teams that will now enable users to pop out the scheduling form as a separate window.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 99197

[When this will happen:]

We will begin rolling out in mid-October and expect rollout to be completed by late November.
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MC MessageTagNames changes

MC ID MC Title Old Value New Value MC Action required by
MC440117 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs New feature, User impact Updated message, New feature, User impact N/A

MC prepare changes

MC ID MC Title Old Value New Value MC Action required by
MC402423 (Updated) Ability to manage third-party app subscriptions from Teams Admin Consider updating your end-user documentation and alert your help desk of this upcoming feature.

https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?rtc=1%26filters=&searchterms=92484

https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?rtc=1%26filters=&searchterms=95920
Consider updating your end-user documentation and alert your help desk of this upcoming feature.

https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?rtc=1%26filters=&searchterms=95920

https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?rtc=1&searchterms=92484&filters=&searchterms=92484
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MC Title changes

MC ID MC Title Old Value New Value MC Action required by
MC440117 (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Teams Calendar Now Includes Scheduling Form Pop-Outs N/A

CW41 New Office 365 Message Center items

MC ID MC Title MC Category MC Workload MC Major Change MC Action required by
MC442112 Microsoft Purview | Insider Risk Management: General availability of security and compliance user activity reports Stay Informed Microsoft 365 suite False N/A
MC442111 Microsoft Purview Information Protection: User-defined permissions support domain name restrictions Stay Informed Microsoft 365 suite False N/A
MC442107 Microsoft Excel Online: Support for the Furigana (Phonetics) Feature Stay Informed Microsoft 365 Apps False N/A
MC442077 Power Platform admin center - Planned maintenance impacting support case creation Stay Informed Dynamics 365 Apps, Power Apps, Microsoft Power Automate False N/A
MC442480 Creation of Contact Groups in Calls App Stay Informed Microsoft Teams False N/A
MC442477 Plan for Change: Take a Test app updates to leverage Edge Chromium browser Plan For Change Microsoft Intune False N/A
MC443390 Conditional Access Improvements for the Microsoft Lists App for Android Stay Informed SharePoint Online, Microsoft 365 Apps False N/A
MC443905 Microsoft Purview compliance portal: General availability of Credential SITs Stay Informed Microsoft 365 suite False N/A
MC443901 Insert Links/URL support for Microsoft Whiteboard Stay Informed Microsoft 365 suite False N/A
MC443900 Insert Online Videos for Microsoft Whiteboard Stay Informed Microsoft 365 suite False N/A
MC443899 Microsoft Purview | Data Loss Prevention: Performance improvement for Microsoft Teams DLP policies Stay Informed Microsoft 365 suite False N/A

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