A couple of new Teams features an admin might want to know about

 A couple of policies have received new settings or defaults over the past couple of weeks, and here are some of those i think you might want to look into.

Message translation:
Message translation has now been set to default "on" in the global user policy. If your users have assigned custom policies, these might not have that setting turned on by default. If you want to allow your users this handy feature, Make sure to go through your policies according to this guide.

Allow more badges in the Praise app:
You can add a little flare to the praise app by adding more custom badges for your organization. But this requires the admin to add these badges in the Teams Admin portal. This feature should be rolling out by the end of September.

Meeting policy and meeting expiration:
Teams is introducing meeting expiration to their meeting policies. Which to my understanding will ensure all meetings created by a user will no longer be accessible to anyone. Previously, the meeting policy would only affect new meetings after the policy was implemented, but the new way it will work is to expire any previously created meeting by the affected user. Read more about how this works here.

**Updated 30/8/2020 with a correct link to the meeting expiration**