Your favorite engineering team at Microsoft has been on the road this week to the Big Apple. We met with end users and customers in big and small organizations using Teams.
Every city is different, and they tend to have their own feedback theme. New York City is a finance town, so we found ourselves talking a lot about security, compliance, and IT admin features. If you want to know more about how excellent our security features are, check out our last blog post – which is also my first weekend reading recommendation:
Reading recommendation #1: Top Features of Microsoft Teams & Information Protection in Office 365
Reading recommendation #2: “How To” on Teams Meetings
From our third-party developer team, Mansoor Malik gives a deep-dive into how to best use the meetings function in Teams. Great read to aid your user adoption efforts.
Reading recommendation #3: The Microsoft Teams feedback portal
I polled our user community this week about what they wanted us to blog about next. The overwhelming response was for a comprehensive update on our top UserVoice items. I know some of you have told me it has been a bit too quiet in our Release Notes, but trust me, that doesn’t mean we’ve been quiet here in Engineering! The team is working hard and with urgency since GA to continue to improve our product. Here are some updates for you:
I want to note that even though I have only provided updates to some of the top user-requested items in this blog, please know we do not work on items solely on quantity of votes. Every request is reviewed closely.
Your feedback and engagement makes Teams better and better. Thank YOU!
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