Teams Updates and Announcements

Some users may receive unexpected Test notifications on their mobile devices

Users may receive notifications that state: “FCM Messagess : Test Notifications”. Microsoft is currently analyzing detailed forensics within the Teams mobile notification infrastructure to identify the cause of impact. This issue may potentially impact any user with Microsoft Teams installed on a mobile device ...
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Microsoft rolls out new Teams updates for September

This month, the University of Toronto community can expect to see several updates to their Microsoft Teams experience. With these updates come several new and useful features that will enable staff and faculty across the University to make the most of their online meetings.  The most significant of these updates is the introduction of new Teams ...
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Microsoft Teams Update Required

In the second half of July, users who are on old versions of Teams (below version numbers containing 1.2.00.XXXX) will receive in-app notifications advising them to update to the latest version. After 28 days of receiving the first notification, these users will see a redirect page which will inform them ...
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Retiring Teams support for devices running on Android 4.4

Microsoft will be retiring the Teams support on Android 4.4. Instead they recommend that users upgrade to newer Android builds. The exiting Teams build 1.0.0.2020050801 will continue to work on Android 4.4 for the next 2 months but there won’t be any app updates going forward. Instead of using Android ...
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Microsoft releases new features to improve your Teams video conferencing experience

This May, Microsoft launched several new important features to the University of Toronto’s Teams environment. These updates cover new features such as background effects, downloadable attendance lists and a larger nine-person video grid.  Providing value to both staff and faculty, this array of Microsoft Teams updates will enhance the video conferencing experiences of U of T’s community of Teams users. Please review this ...
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