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MC800837 – (Updated) Microsoft Purview compliance portal: Blanket custom retention policies which apply to all Audit recordTypes

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Purview Communication Compliance, Teams

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

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In development

Change type:

Admin impact, New feature, Updated message

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394670

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Summary:
The Microsoft Purview compliance portal is updating custom retention policies for all Audit recordTypes. The rollout includes enhancements to the Share-in-Meeting control, allowing users to share content to future Teams meetings and combining it with the Share to Teams dialog. Developers can opt into these features, which will be available on Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac. Rollout timelines have been updated, with Public Developer Preview in early June, Targeted Release in late August, and General Availability in late September 2024. No admin action is required before the rollout.

Details:
Updated July 23, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Microsoft Purview is enhancing the Audit custom retention policy experience to make it easier for customers to change the default retention policy across all their Audit logs. With this change, customers can now create blanket custom retention policies that apply to all Audit recordTypes. This capability will become available in addition to the existing support of manually selecting specific recordTypes in a custom policy.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 395215
[When this will happen:]
Public Preview: We will begin rolling out late August 2024 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by mid-September 2024 (previously late July).
General Availability: We will begin rolling out late September2024 (previously mid-August) and expect to complete by late October 2024 (previously late August).

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Release Phase:
General Availability, Preview, Targeted Release

Created:
2024-06-12

updated:
2024-07-24

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2024-07-24MC prepareThis rollout will happen by the specified date with no admin action required before the rollout. Please notify your app developers about this change and update any relevant documentation as appropriate.
Before rollout, we will update this post with revised documentation.
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=394670
To apply a custom retention policy to all recordType logs, an admin can simply select All under the recordTypes field to apply the custom retention policy to all existing and future recordTypes.
More information is available here: Manage audit log retention policies | Microsoft Learn
https://learn.microsoft.com/purview/audit-log-retention-policies?tabs=microsoft-purview-portal
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=395215
2024-07-24MC SummaryThe Microsoft Purview compliance portal is updating custom retention policies for all Audit recordTypes. The rollout includes enhancements to the Share-in-Meeting control, allowing users to share content to future Teams meetings and combining it with the Share to Teams dialog. Developers can opt into these features, which will be available on Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac. Rollout timelines have been updated, with Public Developer Preview in early June, Targeted Release in early August, and General Availability in mid-August 2024. No admin action is required before the rollout.The Microsoft Purview compliance portal is updating custom retention policies for all Audit recordTypes. The rollout includes enhancements to the Share-in-Meeting control, allowing users to share content to future Teams meetings and combining it with the Share to Teams dialog. Developers can opt into these features, which will be available on Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac. Rollout timelines have been updated, with Public Developer Preview in early June, Targeted Release in late August, and General Availability in late September 2024. No admin action is required before the rollout.
2024-07-24MC Last Updated06/28/2024 22:05:422024-07-23T22:54:28Z
2024-07-24MC MessagesUpdated June 28, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Today, users can share content to a Microsoft Teams meeting directly from a standalone webapp (in the browser) if developers have embedded a Share-in-Meeting control in their webapps. Today, this control allows users to share content only to an ongoing Teams meeting (or a new ad-hoc meeting) on the same device. In this rollout, we will retain the control's existing capabilities, and we will enhance the control to enable users to share content to a meeting scheduled for the future. We will combine the Share-in-Meeting controls with the existing Share to Teams dialog box, so users can use one dialog box to share from a Teams app to Teams chats, channels, or meetings. We are also introducing the ability for users to choose Present Now from the dialog to present content in a Teams meeting. Developers can choose to opt into the features in this rollout. This rollout applies to Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 394670.
[When this will happen:]
Public Developer Preview: We will begin rolling out early June 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024.
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out early August 2024 (previously early July) and expect to complete by mid-August 2024 (previously mid-July).
General Availability (Worldwide, GCC): We will begin rolling out mid-August 2024 (previously early July) and expect to complete by late August 2024 (previously mid-July).
Updated July 23, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Microsoft Purview is enhancing the Audit custom retention policy experience to make it easier for customers to change the default retention policy across all their Audit logs. With this change, customers can now create blanket custom retention policies that apply to all Audit recordTypes. This capability will become available in addition to the existing support of manually selecting specific recordTypes in a custom policy.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 395215
[When this will happen:]
Public Preview: We will begin rolling out late August 2024 (previously mid-July) and expect to complete by mid-September 2024 (previously late July).
General Availability: We will begin rolling out late September2024 (previously mid-August) and expect to complete by late October 2024 (previously late August).
2024-07-24MC End Time10/31/2024 08:00:002024-12-09T08:00:00Z
2024-07-24MC How AffectAdditional enhancements for developers in this this rollout:
When a meeting begins, the app side panel is opened automatically for the user who shared the content to the meeting.
Exposes shared content information for the app to get the list of content shared, display the content, and have it readily available in the side panel.
Notifies the meeting participants through an experience in the meeting chat that a user has shared content in the meeting.
App developers can embed the Share to Teams control on their external webapp:

Using the Share to Teams control, users can select a chat, channel, or meeting to share their content to. Users can also choose to present the content onto in a Teams meeting with the Present Now feature.
This change now allows security admins in your organization to apply a default retention policy to all of the Audit recordTypes. Previously, an admin had to manually select every single recordType in the dropdown menu of a custom retention policy. Moreover, it did not automatically include any new recordTypes added to the Audit log at a future time.
With this change, an admin can simply select All under the recordTypes field to apply the custom retention policy to all existing and future recordTypes.
2024-06-29MC prepareTo apply a custom retention policy to all recordType logs, an admin can simply select All under the recordTypes field to apply the custom retention policy to all existing and future recordTypes.
More information is available here: Manage audit log retention policies | Microsoft Learn
https://learn.microsoft.com/purview/audit-log-retention-policies?tabs=microsoft-purview-portal
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=395215
This rollout will happen by the specified date with no admin action required before the rollout. Please notify your app developers about this change and update any relevant documentation as appropriate.
Before rollout, we will update this post with revised documentation.
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=394670
2024-06-29MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, Admin impact
2024-06-29MC SummaryMicrosoft Purview compliance portal introduces a feature allowing blanket custom retention policies for all Audit recordTypes, simplifying the process for admins. This update is part of Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 395215, with a Public Preview in mid-June 2024 and General Availability in mid-July 2024. For preparation, admins can select 'All' under the recordTypes field. More information is available on the Microsoft Learn website.The Microsoft Purview compliance portal is updating custom retention policies for all Audit recordTypes. The rollout includes enhancements to the Share-in-Meeting control, allowing users to share content to future Teams meetings and combining it with the Share to Teams dialog. Developers can opt into these features, which will be available on Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac. Rollout timelines have been updated, with Public Developer Preview in early June, Targeted Release in early August, and General Availability in mid-August 2024. No admin action is required before the rollout.
2024-06-29MC Last Updated06/12/2024 01:16:522024-06-28T22:05:42Z
2024-06-29MC MessagesMicrosoft Purview is enhancing the Audit custom retention policy experience to make it easier for customers to change the default retention policy across all their Audit logs. With this change, customers can now create blanket custom retention policies that apply to all Audit recordTypes. This capability will become available in addition to the existing support of manually selecting specific recordTypes in a custom policy.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 395215
[When this will happen:]
Public Preview: We will begin rolling out mid-June 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024.
General Availability: We will begin rolling out mid-July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024.
Updated June 28, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Today, users can share content to a Microsoft Teams meeting directly from a standalone webapp (in the browser) if developers have embedded a Share-in-Meeting control in their webapps. Today, this control allows users to share content only to an ongoing Teams meeting (or a new ad-hoc meeting) on the same device. In this rollout, we will retain the control's existing capabilities, and we will enhance the control to enable users to share content to a meeting scheduled for the future. We will combine the Share-in-Meeting controls with the existing Share to Teams dialog box, so users can use one dialog box to share from a Teams app to Teams chats, channels, or meetings. We are also introducing the ability for users to choose Present Now from the dialog to present content in a Teams meeting. Developers can choose to opt into the features in this rollout. This rollout applies to Teams for Windows, the web, and Mac.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 394670.
[When this will happen:]
Public Developer Preview: We will begin rolling out early June 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024.
Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out early August 2024 (previously early July) and expect to complete by mid-August 2024 (previously mid-July).
General Availability (Worldwide, GCC): We will begin rolling out mid-August 2024 (previously early July) and expect to complete by late August 2024 (previously mid-July).
2024-06-29MC TitleMicrosoft Purview compliance portal: Blanket custom retention policies which apply to all Audit recordTypes(Updated) Microsoft Purview compliance portal: Blanket custom retention policies which apply to all Audit recordTypes
2024-06-29MC How AffectThis change now allows security admins in your organization to apply a default retention policy to all of the Audit recordTypes. Previously, an admin had to manually select every single recordType in the dropdown menu of a custom retention policy. Moreover, it did not automatically include any new recordTypes added to the Audit log at a future time.
With this change, an admin can simply select All under the recordTypes field to apply the custom retention policy to all existing and future recordTypes.
Additional enhancements for developers in this this rollout:
When a meeting begins, the app side panel is opened automatically for the user who shared the content to the meeting.
Exposes shared content information for the app to get the list of content shared, display the content, and have it readily available in the side panel.
Notifies the meeting participants through an experience in the meeting chat that a user has shared content in the meeting.
App developers can embed the Share to Teams control on their external webapp:

Using the Share to Teams control, users can select a chat, channel, or meeting to share their content to. Users can also choose to present the content onto in a Teams meeting with the Present Now feature.

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