Since the worldwide launch of Microsoft Teams a year ago, we continue to advance the vision for Intelligent Communications. This vision includes bringing a complete set of Skype for Business capabilities into Microsoft Teams and Teams as the core communications client in Office 365.
Over the last six months, we’ve made exciting progress in delivering new features and capabilities into Teams, and today, we have updated our Skype for Business to Teams Roadmap to reflect everything we’ve delivered across messaging, meetings and calling in Teams.
In the new roadmap, you’ll see updates on availability for key features including:
The Skype for Business to Teams Roadmap is available at https://aka.ms/skype2teamsroadmap. Some of the new Teams capabilities are in the process of being rolled out to users over the next coming weeks. The latest updates and additional details about released and upcoming features can be found on the Office 365 Roadmap.
For more information on how we’re revolutionizing collaboration through Microsoft Teams, check out what we’re doing across devices, calling, and retention policies. We’ve also provided several tutorials to help you learn how to plan, enable, and manage Microsoft Teams.
Recently, Microsoft Teams with Intelligent Communications was also recognized as the “Best of Enterprise Connect”. You can find more information from the recent Enterprise Connect event via the keynote and Teams on Air episode.
Get started today with Microsoft Teams as your hub for teamwork, the single place for conversations, files and meetings. To learn more about adopting Microsoft Teams, visit http://aka.ms/successwithteams. To help plan your journey from Skype for Business to Teams, please visit: http://aka.ms/skypeandteams.
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