Analyzing Delayed Roll-Outs for New Office 365 Features

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I've heard people give Microsoft Teams a bad press because they feel that Microsoft announces new features for Teams and then delays the roll-out, sometimes for significant periods. When you look at the data, it seems that a good proportion of Teams updates are delayed, but so are those for SharePoint. Maybe it's the number of Teams updates (and delays) that cause the fuss.

 

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@Tony Redmond  thanks for the perspective