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Microsoft Planner for GCC

Microsoft Planner for GCC

Microsoft Planner helps users efficiently organize their teamwork. Teams can create new plans, organize and assign tasks, set due dates and update status. Planner also offers the ability to attach documents to specific tasks, edit them together and have conversations around tasks. Planner’s visual dashboards and email notifications help keep everyone informed on the overall progress of their initiative. Planner will be available in Office 365 US Government Community (GCC) when it meets the compliance commitments of the offering.

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  • Featured ID: 14986
  • Added to Roadmap: 06/13/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: O365, Planner, GCC
In development
O365
Planner
GCC
December CY2018

Live events in Yammer

Live events in Yammer

Allow users to host and drive conversations through live townhall events, broadcasted directly on Yammer's feed using Stream.

  • Featured ID: 18503
  • Added to Roadmap: 07/11/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Yammer
In development
Yammer
December CY2018

Email sender rewriting of unverified domains for EOP relayed emails

Email sender rewriting of unverified domains for EOP relayed emails

In the past, emails sent from customers' on-premises servers and devices could have a sender email address for a domain that had not been verified as theirs. This opens up the possibility for abuse and spoofing of unowned domains. Customers should only send emails for domains they own. Domain ownership is verified for Office 365 tenants by using the Accepted Domains list. That list of domains can be viewed by going to the Mail Flow section in the Exchange Admin Center. Moving forward, any emails sent with an unverified domain in the Mail From field will have that email address changed. This applies to emails from customers' own email servers (also called "on-premises servers"), devices such as multi-function printers, and applications that send out emails that all make use of an Office 365 connector. The Mail From field is the sender address that email servers use to check who sent the email. This is different to the From header which is shown in email clients for recipients to see who sent it. Normally, the Mail From field and From header have the same email address, but not always. The From header will not be rewritten by this change. Problem email addresses in the Mail From field will be rewritten to use the default domain of the tenant together and any non-delivery reports will be directed back to customers' tenants to the email address bounces@contoso.com where contoso.com is the default domain of the tenant.

  • Featured ID: 23805
  • Added to Roadmap: 10/25/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: O365 Information Protection, All environments, Online
In development
O365 Information Protection
All environments
Online
December CY2018

Microsoft Teams - Call Queues

Microsoft Teams - Call Queues

Phase 1 of Call Queues is now available for Teams. The work primarily focused on enabling the same set of features previously available to Skype for Business Online. Additional work is ongoing for support for phone number usage via Direct Routing and is expected next quarter.

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  • Featured ID: 24174
  • Added to Roadmap: 10/24/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Microsoft Teams
Launched
Microsoft Teams
December CY2018

Shared Line Appearance for Microsoft Teams

Shared Line Appearance for Microsoft Teams

Shared Line Appearance handles multiple calls on a specific number called a shared number. SLA can configure any enterprise voice enabled user as a shared number with multiple lines to respond to multiple calls. The calls are not actually received on the shared number, instead they are forwarded to users that act as delegates for the shared number. Any one of the delegates can pick up the call while the rest of the delegates get a notification on their phone about who picked up the call and which line has become busy as a result.

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  • Featured ID: 24181
  • Added to Roadmap: 10/24/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Microsoft Teams
In development
Microsoft Teams
December CY2018

Call Park for Microsoft Teams

Call Park for Microsoft Teams

Call Park is a feature that enables you to place a call on hold in the cloud rather than on your phone, for you or someone else to retrieve from another endpoint in your organization using a unique code. Example scenarios to use Call Park are: (1) A receptionist parking a call for someone on the factory floor so they can retrieve froma nearby device. (2) parking a call on the mobile Teams App as her phone battery is dying, and then retrieving from a meeting room, and (3) A support representative parking a customer call and sending an announcement on a Teams channel for an expert to retrieve the call and assist the customer.

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  • Featured ID: 24201
  • Added to Roadmap: 11/02/2018
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Microsoft Teams, All environments
In development
Microsoft Teams
All environments
December CY2018

Group Call Pickup in Microsoft Teams

Group Call Pickup in Microsoft Teams

Group Call Pickup enables users to answer incoming calls to their colleagues from their own phones. This increases the availability of a user's line by enabling other users to answer an incoming call. When Group Call Pickup is deployed, the number of incoming calls that are routed to voice mail can be significantly reduced, which is particularly useful for calls from customers who are external to your organization.

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  • Featured ID: 24203
  • Added to Roadmap: 10/24/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Microsoft Teams
In development
Microsoft Teams
December CY2018

Microsoft Teams - Outlook meeting schedule from other platforms (OWA, OLK mobile)

Microsoft Teams - Outlook meeting schedule from other platforms (OWA, OLK mobile)

This is one of the SfB meeting capabilities coming to Teams. This feature will enable meeting scheduling on mobile, web, and Mac platforms. This feature is targeted for availability by Q2 CY 2018.

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  • Featured ID: 24221
  • Added to Roadmap: 10/24/2017
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Microsoft Teams
In development
Microsoft Teams
December CY2018

Outlook for Mac: Shared calendar improvements

Outlook for Mac: Shared calendar improvements

Introducing a new service backed model for sharing calendars with other Office 365 subscribers that improves performance and reliability and keeps all calendars in sync.

  • Featured ID: 26356
  • Added to Roadmap: 04/16/2018
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Mac, Outlook
In development
Mac
Outlook
December CY2018

Outlook for Mac: Teams Integration

Outlook for Mac: Teams Integration

Schedule a Teams meeting and enable one click join for attendees.

  • Featured ID: 26736
  • Added to Roadmap: 05/04/2018
  • Last Modified: 12/14/2018
  • Tags: Outlook, Mac
In development
Outlook
Mac
December CY2018

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