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New updates introduced this summer support video messages in Teams, multi-geo capabilities, and more.
The changes appeared in the outputs of
Get-Teams*Policy cmdlets. Some of them still don't have corresponding parameters for
Set-* cmdlets, so they cannot be used in the environments.
AllowVideoMessages - self-explanatory, but highly unexpected. Seems like we're getting video messages in chats. Wow!
That functionality seems to have been requested many years ago, based on UserVoice entries (currently only available from Google search due to administrative glitch):
AllowTasksFromTranscript - could that be AI-based task suggestion similar to what we have in My Analytics?
AllowCartCaptionsScheduling - no idea what is that one doing
ChannelRecordingDownload - related to Roadmap item 82053 which gives the ability to have view-only recordings. Possible values are
CommaSeparator - to separate... (insert your guess here) with comma. Perhaps related to the invite languages?
MeetingInviteLanguages - requires one or more supported languages. For now supported languages are: ar-SA, az-Latn-AZ, bg-BG, ca-ES, cs-CZ, cy-GB, da-DK, de-DE, el-GR, en-GB, es-ES, es-MX, et-EE, eu-ES, fi-FI, fil-PH, fr-CA, fr-FR, gl-ES, he-IL, hi-IN, hr-HR, hu-HU, id-ID, is-IS, it-IT, ja-JP, ka-GE, kk-KZ, ko-KR, lt-LT, lv-LV, mk-MK, ms-MY, nb-NO, nl-NL, nn-NO, pl-PL, pt-BR, pt-PT, ro-RO, ru-RU, sk-SK, sl-SL, sq-AL, sr-Latn-RS, sv-SE, th-TH, tr-TR, uk-UA, vi-VN, zh-CN, zh-TW
AllowCallRedirect - seems to be related to call transfer. The supporting cmdlets are described below (CsTeamsCallHoldPolicy cmdlets and CsOnlineAudioFile cmdlets).
MobileDialerPreference - takes a string value. Perhaps it will specify whether to use Teams or telephone calls while calling a number.
The following cmdlets were added on the 17th of June and removed on the 16th of July:
All 5 cmdlets were introduced in 2.4.0-preview version and removed in 2.4.1-preview.
Three cmdlets were recently removed:
New-CsOnlineSession- replaced with
Cmdlets from 6 different areas were added in the last few months.
The cmdlet tells whether the user is capable to export their messages via change notification subscription.
It allows you to check where user/group data from Teams is stored.
Examples of use:
# User $userId = (Get-CsOnlineUser 'firstname.lastname@example.org').ObjectId Get-MultiGeoRegion -EntityId $userId -EntityType user # Group $groupId = (Get-Teams -DisplayName 'teamName').GroupId Get-MultiGeoRegion -EntityId $groupId -EntityType group
The cmdlet returns a single object with one property:
Region. The property contains the region three-letter abbreviation.
The cmdlets which were added are:
The documentation for them is not yet available. It's already prepared and waiting to be merged under #7817.
The cmdlets rely on
*-CsOnlineAudioFile cmdlets, described below.
Call hold policy allows using the custom audio file to be played during the hold. If you want to learn more about music on hold, check Music on hold during Teams call transfer from Erik's blog.
These cmdlets are to view and remove audio files. You can add audio files using
New-CsOnlineAudioFile cmdlet from Skype for Business Online module.
Audio files were previously used only in Auto Attendant/Call Queue. Now the support for music on hold for consult transfer is coming (see Roadmap item 82957) and custom audio files will have a new way of use.
The cmdlet takes two parameters:
OperationId. It's currently unclear what it does.
All cmdlets to manage Shifts connection with third-party workforce management system (WFM). That functionality is currently in private preview with very limited description available.
Changes are (newest at the bottom):
It's obvious some changes to connection are coming and MS is experimenting to give us better ways to connect.
Plenty of changes introduced recently. I had a short break with documenting them. This is because of my new side-project, which provides automated and interactive way to view the changes I describe here.
Stay tuned for more updates!