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MC542827 – (Updated) Visio Organizational Trial offering (archived)

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check before: 2023-05-02

Product:

Azure Active Directory, Entra, Entra ID, Microsoft 365 admin center, Microsoft 365 Apps, Microsoft 365 suite, Project, Visio

Platform:

Education, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Launched

Change type:

Admin impact, Feature update, Updated message, User impact

Links:

MC306669

Details:

Updated August 24, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expected to complete by mid-October 2023 (previously mid-August 2023).

Change Category:
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Scope:
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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2023-04-18

updated:
2023-08-25

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2023-08-25MC Last Updated08/22/2023 22:56:482023-08-24T19:54:21Z
2023-08-25MC MessagesUpdated August 22, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expected to complete by mid-September 2023 (previously mid-August 2023).
Updated August 24, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expected to complete by mid-October 2023 (previously mid-August 2023).
2023-08-25MC End Time10/23/2023 09:00:002023-11-27T08:00:00Z
2023-08-23MC Last Updated07/18/2023 21:50:452023-08-22T22:56:48Z
2023-08-23MC MessagesUpdated July 18, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expected to complete by mid-August 2023 (previously early August).
Updated August 22, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expected to complete by mid-September 2023 (previously mid-August 2023).
2023-08-23MC End Time09/25/2023 09:00:002023-10-23T09:00:00Z
2023-07-19MC Last Updated06/20/2023 19:53:182023-07-18T21:50:45Z
2023-07-19MC MessagesUpdated June 20, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting mid-July (previously late May) and expected to complete by early August (previously late June).
Updated July 18, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late July 2023 (previously mid-July) and expected to complete by mid-August 2023 (previously early August).
2023-07-19MC End Time09/04/2023 09:00:002023-09-25T09:00:00Z
2023-06-21MC Last Updated05/09/2023 20:35:282023-06-20T19:53:18Z
2023-06-21MC MessagesUpdated May 9, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting mid-May (previously late April) and expected to complete by early June (previously mid-May).
Updated June 20, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting mid-July (previously late May) and expected to complete by early August (previously late June).
2023-06-21MC End Time07/14/2023 09:00:002023-09-04T09:00:00Z
2023-05-10MC MessagesBeginning in April, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting late April and expected to complete by mid-May.
Updated May 9, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Beginning in May, we are enhancing our trial offering for Visio (MC306669, December 2021) by allowing users to sign up for a trial license, or request for a paid license with their AAD account. This update gives admins oversight and control over self-service trials and license requests. It also removes the need for users to input payment information when initiating a Visio trial.

Previously, self-service trials required a user to input payment information, requiring admins to take additional steps to manage billing and licensing. With this new enhancement, users will be able to start a trial without payment information or submit a request for a license directly in-product. Once a request is submitted by a user, admins will see a notification on the Microsoft 365 admin center’s home page.
To access the license request page in the admin center, go to the Billing > Licenses page, then select the Requests tab. Multiple requests can be approved/rejected at once.

[When this will happen:]

These capabilities will be rolled out starting mid-May (previously late April) and expected to complete by early June (previously mid-May).
2023-05-10MC TitleVisio Organizational Trial offering(Updated) Visio Organizational Trial offering
2023-05-10MC Last Updated04/18/2023 00:25:472023-05-09T20:35:28Z
2023-05-10MC MessageTagNamesFeature update, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, Feature update, User impact, Admin impact
2023-05-10MC End Time06/30/2023 09:00:002023-07-14T09:00:00Z

*starting April 2022

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