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MC789611 – (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Message reactions in right-click menu

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check before: 2024-05-16

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Teams

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US Instances, Web, World tenant

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Change type:

New feature, Updated message, User impact

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Summary:
Microsoft Teams will soon allow users to react to messages directly from the right-click menu. This feature will be available in Teams for web and desktop, starting with a Public Preview in early June 2024 and General Availability in mid-June 2024. No admin action is required for this update.

Details:
Updated May 29, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Coming soon: In Microsoft Teams: users will be able to right-click any message and react to it directly from the right-click menu. With this rollout, we are adding reactions to the right-click menu to give users another way to react to messages. This rollout applies to Teams for the web and Teams for desktop T2.1.
[When this will happen:]
Public Preview: We will begin rolling out early June 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously early May).
General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, and DoD): We will begin rolling out mid-June 2024 (previously mid-May) and expect to complete by late June 2024 (previously late May).

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Created:
2024-05-02

updated:
2024-05-30

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2024-05-30MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, User impactUpdated message, New feature, User impact
2024-05-30MC SummaryMicrosoft Teams will soon allow users to react to messages directly from the right-click menu. This feature will be available in Teams for web and desktop, starting with a Public Preview in late April 2024 and General Availability in mid-May 2024. No admin action is required for this update.Microsoft Teams will soon allow users to react to messages directly from the right-click menu. This feature will be available in Teams for web and desktop, starting with a Public Preview in early June 2024 and General Availability in mid-June 2024. No admin action is required for this update.
2024-05-30MC Last Updated05/02/2024 06:22:122024-05-29T22:56:48Z
2024-05-30MC MessagesComing soon: In Microsoft Teams: users will be able to right-click any message and react to it directly from the right-click menu. With this rollout, we are adding reactions to the right-click menu to give users another way to react to messages. This rollout applies to Teams for the web and Teams for desktop T2.1.
[When this will happen:]
Public Preview: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 and expect to complete by early May 2024.
General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, and DoD): We will begin rolling out mid-May 2024 and expect to complete by late May 2024.
Updated May 29, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Coming soon: In Microsoft Teams: users will be able to right-click any message and react to it directly from the right-click menu. With this rollout, we are adding reactions to the right-click menu to give users another way to react to messages. This rollout applies to Teams for the web and Teams for desktop T2.1.
[When this will happen:]
Public Preview: We will begin rolling out early June 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously early May).
General Availability (Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, and DoD): We will begin rolling out mid-June 2024 (previously mid-May) and expect to complete by late June 2024 (previously late May).
2024-05-30MC TitleMicrosoft Teams: Message reactions in right-click menu(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Message reactions in right-click menu
2024-05-30MC End Time07/20/2024 09:00:002024-08-05T09:00:00Z

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