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  • 365 Message Center Show #365MCS

    Teams custom meeting images – #161

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Welcome your attendees with your organization's logo in Microsoft Teams meeting lobby and pre-join screens. This small change confirms the organization the meeting is being hosted by. Available to meeting organizers using an Advanced Communication license. – Teams custom meeting images – Introducing floating call controls in Teams meetings – Change to the minimum iOS system requirements for Outlook for iOS and watchOS – Teams meeting participant report updates – Updates to Discover name, feed in Outlook for iOS – Introducing Yammer reactions Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover the latest messages in the Microsoft 365…

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    Introducing live transcription in Microsoft Teams meetings – #160

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Live transcription for Microsoft Teams meetings offers another level of engagement. Attendees can follow along with what is said and who said it, the live transcript during the meeting. The transcript is available immediately after the meeting. – Introducing additional message labels in Message center (private preview) – Introducing live transcription in Microsoft Teams meetings – Forms coming to the Office Mobile App – Search improvements in OneDrive for Business – Outlook for Android: two-way calendar sync support – Microsoft Information Protection adding support for double-byte character set languages – Spotlight an individual video participant for all attendees in a Teams meeting…

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    Introducing Microsoft Lists home –  #153

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Announced at Microsoft Build, the first stage of Microsoft Lists will start arriving in tenants late July. The Microsoft Lists home page will bring together recently visited and favorite lists, and you can create a new list from scratch. – Retiring SharePoint 2010 Workflows – Cortana Briefing email – Introducing Microsoft Lists home (web) – Updates for Office Pro Plus – Required columns will now sync as read/write – Cortana voice assistance in Teams mobile 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…

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    General availability of the new Yammer –  #152

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show The new Yammer is shifting out of preview, with it's largest list of updates in a long time. Yammer has become a community platform, evident in it's change from Yammer groups to Yammer communities. The updates bring more community management features to encourage conversation. – Microsoft Teams gallery view – 49 participants – General availability of the new Yammer – Rename title column in SharePoint lists and libraries – New tasks experience becomes generally available in Outlook on the web – Automatically block guest access to new OneDrive and SharePoint files until scans are complete – OneDrive Sync Help Pane on macOS…

  • Subscribe to an Internet Calendar in Outlook

    Subscribe to an Internet Calendar in Outlook

    Subscribe to a Calendar in Outlook To stay informed with the happenings of your community group or sport club, you can subscribe to an internet calendar in Outlook. This will allow you to keep up with the schedule, but also any changes that happen to the calendar. Simply importing calendar entries will not accomplish the task. Don't Import Your Calendar Importing a calendar via an .ics file, for example, will most certainly give you the meetings in your calendar. However, if the creator of the calendar makes changes to the meetings in the calendar, you will not receive the updates. Outlook Makes Subscribing Easy Outlook provides a easy method of…

  • Publish Outlook Calendar to the Internet

    Publish Outlook Calendar to the Internet

    Why Publish an Outlook Calendar to the Internet? Before asking how to publish an Outlook calendar to the internet, we should know why one would want to. Many civic, sports, and community groups need a way to keep their members informed of events. Groups can invite their members to meetings to accomplish that task, but that requires keeping track of every email address needed for invites. Pull, Not Push Instead of using a push method – sending invites to members – groups can enable a ‘pull' method. Publish a calendar on the internet and have members subscribe to it. This allows for the refreshing of calendar entries and those changes…