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MC718750 – (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Simplified sign in for iOS and Android devices

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check before: 2024-03-08

Product:

Intune, Teams

Platform:

Android, iOS, mobile, World tenant

Status:

Rolling out

Change type:

Admin impact, New feature, Updated message, User impact

Links:

383134

Details:

Microsoft Teams admins can make sign-in faster for iOS and Android users by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of shared devices. Admins can set app configuration policies to enable this feature, and users can sign in by entering the first part of their user principal name (UPN) without the domain name. The update will roll out worldwide in late March 2024.
Updated April 18, 2024: We have updated the content below with additional details. Thank you for your patience.
Note: If your organization does not support mobile devices, you can ignore this message.
Microsoft Teams admins will now have the capability to make sign in faster for iOS and Android device users by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will especially benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of a shared device.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 383134.
[When this will happen:]

Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by mid-April 2024 (previously late March).

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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2024-02-24

updated:
2024-04-19

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2024-04-19MC MessagesUpdated April 4, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Note: If your organization does not support mobile devices, you can ignore this message.
Microsoft Teams admins will now have the capability to make sign in faster for iOS and Android device users by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will especially benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of a shared device.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 383134.
[When this will happen:]

Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by mid-April 2024 (previously late March).
Updated April 18, 2024: We have updated the content below with additional details. Thank you for your patience.
Note: If your organization does not support mobile devices, you can ignore this message.
Microsoft Teams admins will now have the capability to make sign in faster for iOS and Android device users by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will especially benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of a shared device.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 383134.
[When this will happen:]

Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by mid-April 2024 (previously late March).
2024-04-19MC How AffectAfter you set the app configuration policies in Intune or any other mobile device management (MDM) provider, users will be able to sign in by entering the first part of their user principal name (UPN) without the domain name. For example, if the username is 123456@contoso.com or adelev@contoso.com, users can sign with 123456 or adelev, respectively, and their password.
If the first part of your UPN is numeric only, then admins can further simplify sign in by defaulting to numeric keypads on iOS and Android.

You will be able to set these app configuration policies:

"domain_name": A string value providing the domain of the tenant to appended. Use a semicolon delimited value to add multiple domains.

"enable_numeric_emp_id_keypad": A Boolean value used to indicate that the employee ID is all numeric and the number keypad should be enabled for easy entry. If the value isn't set, the alphanumeric keyboard opens.

If desired, users can select Other ways to sign in to enter the full email or sign in with another method such as a phone number.

Android on the left, iOS on the right
After you set the app configuration policies in Intune or any other mobile device management (MDM) provider, users will be able to sign in by entering the first part of their user principal name (UPN) without the domain name. For example, if the username is 123456@contoso.com or adelev@contoso.com, users can sign with 123456 or adelev, respectively, and their password.
If the first part of your UPN is numeric only, then admins can further simplify sign in by defaulting to numeric keypads on iOS and Android.

You will be able to set these app configuration policies:

"domain_name": A string value providing the domain of the tenant to appended. Use a semicolon delimited value to add multiple domains.

"enable_numeric_emp_id_keypad": A Boolean value used to indicate that the employee ID is all numeric and the number keypad should be enabled for easy entry. If the value isn't set, the alphanumeric keyboard opens.

If desired, users can select Other ways to sign in to enter the full email or sign in with another method such as a phone number.

Android on the left, iOS on the right:


Admins can make sign in faster on Microsoft Teams app on iOS and Android by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will especially benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of a shared device.
2024-04-19MC Last Updated04/05/2024 00:27:462024-04-19T00:54:14Z
2024-04-05MC MessagesNote: If your organization does not support mobile devices, you can ignore this message.
Microsoft Teams admins will now have the capability to make sign in faster for iOS and Android device users by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will especially benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of a shared device.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 383134.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by late March 2024.
Updated April 4, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Note: If your organization does not support mobile devices, you can ignore this message.
Microsoft Teams admins will now have the capability to make sign in faster for iOS and Android device users by prefilling domain names using app configuration policies. This change will especially benefit frontline workers who frequently sign in and out of a shared device.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 383134.
[When this will happen:]

Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by mid-April 2024 (previously late March).
2024-04-05MC TitleMicrosoft Teams: Simplified sign in for iOS and Android devices(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Simplified sign in for iOS and Android devices
2024-04-05MC How AffectAfter you set the app configuration policies in Intune or any other mobile device management (MDM) provider, users will be able to sign in by entering the first part of their user principal name (UPN) without the domain name. For example, if the username is 123456@contoso.com or adelev@contoso.com, users can sign with 123456 or adelev, respectively, and their password.
If the first part of your UPN is numeric only, then admins can further simplify sign in by defaulting to numeric keypads on iOS and Android.
You will be able to set these app configuration policies:
"domain_name": A string value providing the domain of the tenant to appended. Use a semicolon delimited value to add multiple domains.
"enable_numeric_emp_id_keypad": A Boolean value used to indicate that the employee ID is all numeric and the number keypad should be enabled for easy entry. If the value isn't set, the alphanumeric keyboard opens.
If desired, users can select Other ways to sign in to enter the full email or sign in with another method such as a phone number.
Android on the left, iOS on the right
After you set the app configuration policies in Intune or any other mobile device management (MDM) provider, users will be able to sign in by entering the first part of their user principal name (UPN) without the domain name. For example, if the username is 123456@contoso.com or adelev@contoso.com, users can sign with 123456 or adelev, respectively, and their password.
If the first part of your UPN is numeric only, then admins can further simplify sign in by defaulting to numeric keypads on iOS and Android.

You will be able to set these app configuration policies:

"domain_name": A string value providing the domain of the tenant to appended. Use a semicolon delimited value to add multiple domains.

"enable_numeric_emp_id_keypad": A Boolean value used to indicate that the employee ID is all numeric and the number keypad should be enabled for easy entry. If the value isn't set, the alphanumeric keyboard opens.

If desired, users can select Other ways to sign in to enter the full email or sign in with another method such as a phone number.

Android on the left, iOS on the right
2024-04-05MC Last Updated02/24/2024 00:03:032024-04-05T00:27:46Z
2024-04-05MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, User impact, Admin impact

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