Updates in Teams is an out-of-the-box app that enables people to create, submit, and review all their updates, check-ins, and reports in the flow of work. Whether those are recurring processes that happen on a regular basis, like a weekly update, store opening, or facility inspection, or in the moment updates that might be needed at any time, like a shift handoff, maintenance request, or incident report, Updates makes it easy for people to manage them all in one place. People can use the templates in the Updates app to get started and configure them for specific business or team needs.
When this will happen
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Our apologies for not meeting our commitments and communicating this change ahead of time. This feature has completed rollout.
How this will affect your organization
The Updates app is available by default for Teams users. In Teams, users can get Updates from the Teams app store and can access the app through the Updates personal app or the message extension in Chat and Channel conversations.
What you need to do to prepare
The Updates app is available by default and you can disable the app in the Teams admin center and/or use permission policies. Admins can also pin the Updates app for users by editing the global (Org-wide default) policy or create and assign a custom app setup policy.
- Get Started in Updates
- Manage the Updates app for Your Organization in Microsoft Teams
- Updates in Microsoft Teams allows users to create, submit, and review employee updates
Message ID: MC394514
Published: 21 June 2022
Updated: 21 June 2022