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MC277639: Microsoft 365 roadmap site updates

We will be making updates to the Microsoft 365 roadmap on how you view, filter, search for, and sort the information.

MC277639: Microsoft 365 roadmap site updates

Affected Workloads

  • Microsoft 365 suite

When this will happen

We will roll this out in mid-October (previously late September).

How this will affect your organization

The below changes are coming to help your organization better organize and manage key information on the Microsoft 365 roadmap.

UI changes

  • See last added will be removed from the header and can be accessed in the filters, under New/updated
  • Filters will be moving just below the header image, inline with the search bar, so it’s easier to view your selected filters and if you have search turned on
  • The features will be displayed on feature cards, as opposed to a table format, in order to optimize space and make information easier to view
  • You will be able to sort the feature cards by either preview date or Generally Available (GA) date
  • Status will be represented visually on the feature card to save space and make it easier to perform a quick scan
  • Feature cards will be easier to collapse if you want to explore looking at the status, title, and preview and GA dates
  • On the feature card;
    • you will be able to see tags organized by category (product, release phase, platform, cloud instance)
    • you will be able to initiate a feedback submission (the feedback experience does not change)
  • Mobile view – the same changes will be applicable in mobile view so you can easily view, sort, filter, and search API changes
  • Preview date will be a new data point available to you
  • The filters or tags will be prefaced by a category name

Understanding the new Preview data

  • Not all features will have public previews, however when a public preview date is available, it will be displayed
  • The status of a roadmap item (In Development, Rolling Out or Launched) will be in relation to the GA date and not the preview date

The Preview data will be available and the roadmap item’s description will be updated to read, “This item is currently available in Public Preview” when the following is true:

  • Roadmap item has a Preview Tag, Preview Date and we are in the Preview Month

Below is a sample of the updated JSON format enabling both the new preview dates and the categories for the various tags

“id”: 68731,

“title”: “Microsoft Teams: Microsoft Graph API for Teams Export (Preview)”,

“description”: “Enterprise Information Archiving (EIA) for Microsoft Teams is a key scenario for our customer as it allows them to solve for retention, indexing, e-discovery, classification, and regulatory requirements. The Teams Export API allows the export of Teams Messages (1:1 and group chat) along with attachments (file links and sticker), emojis, GIFs and user @Mentions. This API supports polling daily Teams messages and allows archiving of deleted messages up to 30 days.”,

“status”: “In development”,

“moreInfoLink”: null,

“publicRoadmapStatus”: “Include this month”,



“tagName”: “Microsoft Teams”,

“tagCategoryId”: 1



“tagName”: “Web”,

“tagCategoryId”: 2



“tagName”: “”,

“tagCategoryId”: 3



“tagName”: “Worldwide (Standard Multi-Tenant)”,

“tagCategoryId”: 4



“created”: “2020-09-22T16:34:04.613Z”,

“modified”: “2021-08-31T23:29:25.33Z”,

“publicDisclosureAvailabilityDate”: “September CY2021”,

“publicPreviewDate”: “April CY2021”


What you need to do to prepare

You might want to notify your users about these changes and update any documentation as appropriate.

Message ID: MC277639
Published: 13 August 2021
Updated: 30 September 2021

Alex Lim is a certified IT Technical Support Architect with over 15 years of experience in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting complex IT systems and networks. He has worked for leading IT companies, such as Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, providing technical support and solutions to clients across various industries and sectors. Alex has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the National University of Singapore and a master’s degree in information security from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also the author of several best-selling books on IT technical support, such as The IT Technical Support Handbook and Troubleshooting IT Systems and Networks. Alex lives in Bandar, Johore, Malaysia with his wife and two chilrdren. You can reach him at [email protected] or follow him on Website | Twitter | Facebook

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