Updated January 5, 2023: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Updated December 13, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Updated November 18, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
New org-wide application permissions and RSC application permissions have been introduced to make sure that apps can access meeting transcripts for a specific meeting. Resource specific consent (RSC) permissions, specifically enables admins to authorize users to provide consent to apps, so they get specific access to a Teams meeting’s transcripts to which it is installed to, rather than providing them access across the entire tenant.
This message is specifically associated with post-meeting transcripts access for apps – Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 95788 that allows authorized apps to access Teams Meetings transcripts once the meeting is over.
Graph API to access Teams Meetings transcript once the meeting is over.
When will this happen?
This API will be published to beta in end of July 2022 and to GA in early April (previously late February)
How will this affect your organization?
As a tenant admin, you now have separate org-wide application permissions to access meeting transcripts across the organization. You can now switch to a more restrictive permission for apps to access only transcripts. Alternatively, you could opt for a self-serve model wherein meeting organizers/presenters can authorize individual apps to access the transcripts for specific meetings. This is possible via the feature Resource-Specific Consent.
To enable the new meeting transcripts-related org-wide application permissions:
You can review and accept org-wide application permissions for apps that require access to Teams meeting transcripts in your organization through the Azure portal (Azure Active Directory > Enterprise applications > Permissions)
To enable the new meeting transcripts-related meeting specific RSC application permissions:
As a tenant admin, you will have the ability to turn on/off resource-specific consent for apps in chats/meeting using a master switch. Once enabled, authorized users can now authorize a Teams app in a meeting, to access for that specific meeting using these permissions. More details can be found here.
What do you need to do to prepare?
Org-wide Application permissions:
Review and accept permissions for apps that require access to Teams Meetings transcripts in your organization (both app and delegated context) through the AAD portal through Enterprise Applications > App Name > Permissions.
Meeting specific RSC Application Permissions:
- Read this to understand how you can control whether you want to allow resource owners to grant RSC permission for apps in meetings directly.
- You can also view the list of RSC permissions for a Teams app in the Teams Admin Center (Team Apps ->Manage apps-> -> Permissions tab).
- Take into consideration whether to notify your users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as appropriate.
- Utilize Teams data with Microsoft Graph > Resource-specific consent
Message ID: MC400569
Published: 14 July 2022
Updated: 05 January 2023
Product: Azure Active Directory, Graph API, Microsoft 365 admin center, Teams
Platform: Developer, Online, US Instances, World tenant
Status: In development