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@JMP1986 We hear you and we're doing a lot behind the scenes to improve Whiteboard on the web. We announced this week that Whiteboard Web (and in Teams) will soon be updated with new features including faster much load times, sticky notes, text, and drag and drop capabilities. These features enable ...
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I just want to echo alot of the comments on here. The browser version of Whiteboard needs significant expansion of its functionality. As a lecturer most of my students access their IT resources through the Web Browser versions of Office 365 and Teams, on a huge variety of devices. I would like to se...
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@RichardStephens Glad to hear it. I have many legacy instances in my environment, and that's exactly what I'm hoping to fix by patching through the CDN. My challenge is that we currently use a third party platform to patch, so Office updates are disabled by GPO. Changing that means having to tell a ...
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@Dave Guenthner & @EDubs Scheduling bugs aside what I can say is that servicing Office 365 Updates through the CDN has massively (i hate to say it) "flattened the curve" of legacy instances within our enterprise. I cannot fault the reliability of the upgrade mechanism itself it does exactly what it ...
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@EDubs Its a fair question but a difficult one to answer. The throttle is dynamic based on telemetry\signals we receive from our audience. Typically, when a new build is released, very conservative number is initially used and once confidence based on signals are verified, volume is turned up to get...
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