Here’s what’s announced as coming to Microsoft 365 this week

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It’s Friday! This means it’s time for us to recap some of the neat features that Microsoft announced as coming to the Microsoft 365 suite this week. Let’s dive in.

View Video Recordings and Attendance Reports Inside LMS

Microsoft has announced that Teams users will soon be able to access both meeting video recordings and attendance reports directly through the Microsoft Teams Meeting LTI app. The feature tagged 96402 in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap will be accessible in all of the LMS’ that are incorporating the Teams Meeting LTI app.

Here’s what’s announced as coming to Microsoft 365 this week - OnMSFT.com - December 23, 2022

The feature is expected to start rolling out in early January 2023 and hit general availability by late January 2023.

Manage result layouts for SharePoint results in Microsoft Search

Microsoft Search admins are getting new capabilities. They’ll now be able to change result layouts for select SharePoint content using adaptive cards with Result Type feature.

Microsoft further added that “The default result layouts for SharePoint sites, pages, list items, and Portable document format (PDF) results can now be replaced with layouts built using adaptive cards. The changes can be made for Organization level search applicable to Office.com and SharePoint home as well as site level search on SharePoint sites.”

The feature tagged 81952 is expected to start rolling out beginning late December 2022 to Targeted Release and will hit general availability in mid-January 2023. The changes will also be rolling out for Microsoft Search in Bing soon.

It is worth noting that this feature will not allow you to change Office file search results. That’s it for this week folks! In the meantime, we invite you to check out last week’s recap in case you missed it.

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