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MC617066 – (Updated) New Microsoft Teams rollout schedule, new controls, and direct deployment

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*For this entry exists the more relevant or more recent entry MC690598

check before: 2023-07-15

Product:

Azure Active Directory, Entra, Entra ID, Exchange, Microsoft 365 admin center, Microsoft 365 Apps, OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Windows Virtual Desktop

Platform:

Education, Mac, Online, US Instances, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Rolling out

Change type:

Admin impact, New feature, Updated message, User impact

Details:

Updated October 16, 2023: Moving forward, please refer to the availability schedule here: The new Microsoft Teams desktop client.
The new Teams default app has started rolling out, and for more information, please visit Upgrade to the new Teams using policies.
Since March 2023, we have continued to add features such as third-party, line-of-business (LOB) applications, breakout rooms, and new scenarios such as multi-tenant organization (MTO) to the new Teams experience. Read MC533687 for details for our March announcement. Check The new Microsoft Teams (Preview) for details on upcoming features and support for Government Clouds and platforms such as Mac, VDI, and Web.
This announcement includes three upcoming changes for rolling out the new Microsoft Teams app:
Note: We will continue to honor the admin setting for UseNewTeamsClient under Teams update policies, where admins have already deployed the policy. This is to ensure administrators are fully empowered to manage the rollout of new Teams in a manner that’s right for them.
We will begin displaying Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client where the admin policy setting of UseNewTeamsClient is set to Microsoft default value (Microsoft controlled in the Teams Admin Center (TAC) or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below.
Administrators will be able to directly deploy the new Teams client to PCs in their organization.
We will begin making new Teams as the default app for classic Teams users where the admin policy is set to Microsoft default (Microsoft controlled in TAC or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below. Administrators will be able to manage setting new Teams as the default app for their users.
[When this will happen:]
Starting mid-to late July 2023:
Microsoft will begin displaying the Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client starting in late July 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late July-early August 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Note: Admins who have already deployed the policy to display the toggle or hide the toggle for their organizations will not see any change.
Administrators can deploy the new Teams client directly to PCs in their organization starting mid-July 2023.
Administrators can deploy a new setting value to make new Teams the default app for their users starting late July 2023
Starting September 2023:
Microsoft will start making the new Teams the default app starting in late September 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late September 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client

Change Category:
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Scope:
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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2023-07-01

updated:
2023-10-17

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2023-10-17MC Last Updated08/17/2023 00:58:012023-10-17T07:19:39Z
2023-10-17MC MessagesUpdated August 16, 2023: The new Teams default app has started rolling out, and for more information, please visit https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy.
Since March 2023, we have continued to add features such as third-party, line-of-business (LOB) applications, breakout rooms, and new scenarios such as multi-tenant organization (MTO) to the new Teams experience. Read MC533687 for details for our March announcement. Check The new Microsoft Teams (Preview) for details on upcoming features and support for Government Clouds and platforms such as Mac, VDI, and Web.
This announcement includes three upcoming changes for rolling out the new Microsoft Teams app:
Note: We will continue to honor the admin setting for UseNewTeamsClient under Teams update policies, where admins have already deployed the policy. This is to ensure administrators are fully empowered to manage the rollout of new Teams in a manner that’s right for them.
We will begin displaying Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client where the admin policy setting of UseNewTeamsClient is set to Microsoft default value (Microsoft controlled in the Teams Admin Center (TAC) or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below.
Administrators will be able to directly deploy the new Teams client to PCs in their organization.
We will begin making new Teams as the default app for classic Teams users where the admin policy is set to Microsoft default (Microsoft controlled in TAC or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below. Administrators will be able to manage setting new Teams as the default app for their users.
[When this will happen:]
Starting mid-to late July 2023:
Microsoft will begin displaying the Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client starting in late July 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late July-early August 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Note: Admins who have already deployed the policy to display the toggle or hide the toggle for their organizations will not see any change.
Administrators can deploy the new Teams client directly to PCs in their organization starting mid-July 2023.
Administrators can deploy a new setting value to make new Teams the default app for their users starting late July 2023
Starting September 2023:
Microsoft will start making the new Teams the default app starting in late September 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late September 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Updated October 16, 2023: Moving forward, please refer to the availability schedule here: The new Microsoft Teams desktop client.
The new Teams default app has started rolling out, and for more information, please visit Upgrade to the new Teams using policies.
Since March 2023, we have continued to add features such as third-party, line-of-business (LOB) applications, breakout rooms, and new scenarios such as multi-tenant organization (MTO) to the new Teams experience. Read MC533687 for details for our March announcement. Check The new Microsoft Teams (Preview) for details on upcoming features and support for Government Clouds and platforms such as Mac, VDI, and Web.
This announcement includes three upcoming changes for rolling out the new Microsoft Teams app:
Note: We will continue to honor the admin setting for UseNewTeamsClient under Teams update policies, where admins have already deployed the policy. This is to ensure administrators are fully empowered to manage the rollout of new Teams in a manner that’s right for them.
We will begin displaying Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client where the admin policy setting of UseNewTeamsClient is set to Microsoft default value (Microsoft controlled in the Teams Admin Center (TAC) or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below.
Administrators will be able to directly deploy the new Teams client to PCs in their organization.
We will begin making new Teams as the default app for classic Teams users where the admin policy is set to Microsoft default (Microsoft controlled in TAC or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below. Administrators will be able to manage setting new Teams as the default app for their users.
[When this will happen:]
Starting mid-to late July 2023:
Microsoft will begin displaying the Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client starting in late July 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late July-early August 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Note: Admins who have already deployed the policy to display the toggle or hide the toggle for their organizations will not see any change.
Administrators can deploy the new Teams client directly to PCs in their organization starting mid-July 2023.
Administrators can deploy a new setting value to make new Teams the default app for their users starting late July 2023
Starting September 2023:
Microsoft will start making the new Teams the default app starting in late September 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late September 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
2023-10-17MC End Time11/30/2023 09:00:002024-04-24T10:00:00Z
2023-10-17MC prepareReview the resources and timeline and plan your organizations rollout plan for the new Microsoft Teams app.
https://aka.ms/newTeams
https://aka.ms/newTeamsBulkInstall
https://aka.ms/newTeamsDefaultClient
https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy
https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy
https://aka.ms/newTeamsReleaseSchedule
Review the resources and timeline and plan your organizations rollout plan for the new Microsoft Teams app.
https://aka.ms/newTeams
https://aka.ms/newTeamsBulkInstall
https://aka.ms/newTeamsDefaultClient
https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy
https://aka.ms/newTeamsReleaseSchedule
https://learn.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/new-teams-desktop-admin#new-teams-schedule-for-clients
2023-08-17MC MessagesSince March 2023, we have continued to add features such as third-party, line-of-business (LOB) applications, breakout rooms, and new scenarios such as multi-tenant organization (MTO) to the new Teams experience. Read MC533687 for details for our March announcement. Check The new Microsoft Teams (Preview) for details on upcoming features and support for Government Clouds and platforms such as Mac, VDI, and Web.
This announcement includes three upcoming changes for rolling out the new Microsoft Teams app:
Note: We will continue to honor the admin setting for UseNewTeamsClient under Teams update policies, where admins have already deployed the policy. This is to ensure administrators are fully empowered to manage the rollout of new Teams in a manner that’s right for them.
We will begin displaying Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client where the admin policy setting of UseNewTeamsClient is set to Microsoft default value (Microsoft controlled in the Teams Admin Center (TAC) or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below.
Administrators will be able to directly deploy the new Teams client to PCs in their organization.
We will begin making new Teams as the default app for classic Teams users where the admin policy is set to Microsoft default (Microsoft controlled in TAC or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below. Administrators will be able to manage setting new Teams as the default app for their users.
[When this will happen:]
Starting mid-to late July 2023:
Microsoft will begin displaying the Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client starting in late July 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late July-early August 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Note: Admins who have already deployed the policy to display the toggle or hide the toggle for their organizations will not see any change.
Administrators can deploy the new Teams client directly to PCs in their organization starting mid-July 2023.
Administrators can deploy a new setting value to make new Teams the default app for their users starting late July 2023
Starting September 2023:
Microsoft will start making the new Teams the default app starting in late September 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late September 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Updated August 16, 2023: The new Teams default app has started rolling out, and for more information, please visit https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy.
Since March 2023, we have continued to add features such as third-party, line-of-business (LOB) applications, breakout rooms, and new scenarios such as multi-tenant organization (MTO) to the new Teams experience. Read MC533687 for details for our March announcement. Check The new Microsoft Teams (Preview) for details on upcoming features and support for Government Clouds and platforms such as Mac, VDI, and Web.
This announcement includes three upcoming changes for rolling out the new Microsoft Teams app:
Note: We will continue to honor the admin setting for UseNewTeamsClient under Teams update policies, where admins have already deployed the policy. This is to ensure administrators are fully empowered to manage the rollout of new Teams in a manner that’s right for them.
We will begin displaying Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client where the admin policy setting of UseNewTeamsClient is set to Microsoft default value (Microsoft controlled in the Teams Admin Center (TAC) or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below.
Administrators will be able to directly deploy the new Teams client to PCs in their organization.
We will begin making new Teams as the default app for classic Teams users where the admin policy is set to Microsoft default (Microsoft controlled in TAC or Microsoft choice in PowerShell) based on our schedule details below. Administrators will be able to manage setting new Teams as the default app for their users.
[When this will happen:]
Starting mid-to late July 2023:
Microsoft will begin displaying the Try the new Teams toggle within the classic Microsoft Teams client starting in late July 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late July-early August 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
Note: Admins who have already deployed the policy to display the toggle or hide the toggle for their organizations will not see any change.
Administrators can deploy the new Teams client directly to PCs in their organization starting mid-July 2023.
Administrators can deploy a new setting value to make new Teams the default app for their users starting late July 2023
Starting September 2023:
Microsoft will start making the new Teams the default app starting in late September 2023. The planned rollout will be:
Business plans (for example, Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, and Teams Essentials (AAD), etc.): late September 2023
Enterprise plans (for example, E3, E5, F3, etc.): The new Microsoft Teams desktop client
2023-08-17MC TitleNew Microsoft Teams rollout schedule, new controls, and direct deployment(Updated) New Microsoft Teams rollout schedule, new controls, and direct deployment
2023-08-17MC Last Updated07/01/2023 00:55:152023-08-17T00:58:01Z
2023-08-17MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, User impact, Admin impact
2023-08-17MC prepareReview the resources and timeline and plan your organizations rollout plan for the new Microsoft Teams app.
https://aka.ms/newTeams
https://aka.ms/newTeamsBulkInstall
https://aka.ms/newTeamsDefaultClient
https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy
https://aka.ms/newTeamsReleaseSchedule
Review the resources and timeline and plan your organizations rollout plan for the new Microsoft Teams app.
https://aka.ms/newTeams
https://aka.ms/newTeamsBulkInstall
https://aka.ms/newTeamsDefaultClient
https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy
https://aka.ms/newTeamsPolicy
https://aka.ms/newTeamsReleaseSchedule

*starting April 2022

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