Search

MC709268 – (Updated) Introducing the ability to duplicate an existing webinar

Microsoft Teams logo

check before: 2024-02-06

Product:

Teams

Platform:

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

Status:

Scheduled

Change type:

Admin impact, New feature, Updated message, User impact

Links:

375177

Details:

Updated February 2, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently with webinars, you are unable to duplicate a webinar and create a new webinar based off an existing one. This can be time consuming if organizers would like to schedule multiple events that are similar to one another. To simplify event creation Microsoft Teams is introducing the ability to create a new webinar by duplicating the information for an existing scheduled one. Information includes a webinar's details, presenters, theming, and more. The organizer can also choose to edit and update the information as needed for their new webinar.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 375177
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out mid-March 2024 (previously late February) and expect to complete by late March 2024 (previously early March).
Standard Release and GCC: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 (previously early March) and expect to complete by late April 2024 (previously late March).

Change Category:
XXXXXXX ...

Scope:
XXXXXXX ...

Release Phase:

Created:
2024-01-23

updated:
2024-02-03

the free basic plan is required to see all details. Sign up here


A cloudsocut.one plan is required to see all the changed details. If you are already a customer, choose login.
If you are new to cloudscout.one please choose a plan.


changes*

DatePropertyoldnew
2024-02-03MC MessagesCurrently with webinars, you are unable to duplicate a webinar and create a new webinar based off an existing one. This can be time consuming if organizers would like to schedule multiple events that are similar to one another. To simplify event creation Microsoft Teams is introducing the ability to create a new webinar by duplicating the information for an existing scheduled one. Information includes a webinar's details, presenters, theming, and more. The organizer can also choose to edit and update the information as needed for their new webinar.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 375177
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late February 2024 and expect to complete by early March 2024.
Standard Release and GCC: We will begin rolling out early March 2024 and expect to complete by late March 2024.
Updated February 2, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Currently with webinars, you are unable to duplicate a webinar and create a new webinar based off an existing one. This can be time consuming if organizers would like to schedule multiple events that are similar to one another. To simplify event creation Microsoft Teams is introducing the ability to create a new webinar by duplicating the information for an existing scheduled one. Information includes a webinar's details, presenters, theming, and more. The organizer can also choose to edit and update the information as needed for their new webinar.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 375177
[When this will happen:]
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out mid-March 2024 (previously late February) and expect to complete by late March 2024 (previously early March).
Standard Release and GCC: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 (previously early March) and expect to complete by late April 2024 (previously late March).
2024-02-03MC TitleIntroducing the ability to duplicate an existing webinar(Updated) Introducing the ability to duplicate an existing webinar
2024-02-03MC Last Updated01/23/2024 01:43:092024-02-02T22:22:22Z
2024-02-03MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, User impact, Admin impact
2024-02-03MC End Time04/29/2024 09:00:002024-06-03T09:00:00Z

*starting April 2022

Last updated 4 weeks ago

Share to MS Teams

Login to your account

Welcome Back, We Missed You!