Tighter Outlook and Teams integration

Users will soon be able to set their Out of Office settings and notifications from within Teams, and this will then sync with Exchange online. Microsoft Teams have for a long time been able to read the OOF status from Exchange, but with the new update announced it will also be able to write status. According to the Admin center, this feature will roll out during May There will be two ways to access this feature from Teams, one through the "Set status message" panel accessible from the user profile image, the other from the "settings" page shown in the image above.

Lock a Microsoft Teams Meeting

Creating tasks from chats or channels coming to Microsoft Teams

Orgwide custom background coming to Microsoft Teams

Multiple spotlights in Microsoft Teams

Disable participants video feed in Microsoft Teams

Updates to Breakout rooms in Microsoft Teams