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Teams Pro: The new old service plan

This week on the 365 Message Center Show

The news initially caused a kerfuffle as the community made assumptions about a poorly written MC message announcing a new Microsoft Teams service plan. Were organization's going to need to buy different license for a pro version of Microsoft Teams?

In this episode:
Microsoft Teams: Share to Teams from Outlook
Adding taxonomy columns for modern SharePoint library views
1:1 Call recording policy introduction
Announcing a new service plan, Teams Pro
Align the experience for creating a team from different Teams interfaces
Outlook – Reactions and new notification experience

📢 Quick mentions – short updates and reminders to prepare for major updates
New lists will have versioning enabled by default
Performance Improvements in Excel for the Web
SharePoint to support lightbox for images
Introducing Microsoft Viva Topics
Dictation in Word and Outlook just got better

📞 Call back – Discuss one or twos updates that we've covered in older episode, which are arriving in tenants.
Meeting Reactions in Teams

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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