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Self-service purchase capabilities for Windows 365 - 365 Message Center Show #204
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Self-service purchase capabilities for Windows 365

Windows 365 is a new service that will provide virtual PCs to run a desktop environment from any device. They will be easy to provision, so much so that the service will allow your people to acquire a subscription using a self-service purchase capability. Find out what you need to do to control purchases.

This week on the 365 Message Center Show

In this episode:

– Announcing self-service purchase capabilities for Windows 365 – MC271483
– Registration available for View Only Attendees – MC271632
– Outlook on the web – Project Moca migrating to Outlook board view – MC271629
– New default native notification setting for new Teams users – MC271919
– Pin a chat message – MC272447
– New Side-by-side and Reporter Presenter modes with desktop and window sharing – MC272447

📢 Quick mentions – short updates and reminders to prepare for major updates
– Variable playback speed for Teams meeting recordings – MC271911
– Image Tags in SharePoint – MC272451
– A number of updated messages that have delivery pushed to late August


Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover the latest messages in the Microsoft 365 Message Center.

Check out Daniel and Darrell's own YouTube channels at:
Daniel – https://www.youtube.com/DanielGlenn
Darrell – https://www.youtube.com/modernworkplacescenarios


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