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MC402423: Ability to manage third-party app subscriptions from Teams Admin

Updated October 4, 2022: We are not releasing the ability for end-users to manage app subscriptions (Roadmap ID 92484) at this time. We will communicate via Message center when we are ready to proceed.

Updated August 16, 2022: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

We will soon enable a centralized location in both Teams Admin Center and the Teams app store, where admins and end-users can view and manage all the third-party app subscriptions they’ve purchased. This update improves the existing subscription management flow and makes it easier and more intuitive. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap IDs 92484 and 95920.

Ability for Teams users to view and manage in single place all third-party app subscriptions they’ve purchased in the Teams app store, without leaving the Teams client. Easily adding more licenses for the purchased subscriptions, cancel, upgrade and downgrade subscriptions and access invoices.

Ability for Admins to view and manage in single place all third-party app subscriptions they’ve purchased from Teams Admin Center, easily adding more licenses for the purchased subscriptions, cancel, upgrade and downgrade subscriptions and access invoices.

MC402423: Ability to manage third-party app subscriptions from Teams Admin

When will this happen

This feature is expected to be launched by September end (previously August end).

How this will affect your organization

Subscribers of third-party Teams applications will be able to view and manage all their subscriptions from a convenient, centralized location (Teams App Store for end-users and Teams Admin Center for Teams Admins).

Teams Admin Center

Admins will soon have a single place to view all app subscriptions they’ve purchased from Teams Admin Center. They can also initiate actions like buy additional licenses, change plans, and update payment method and be directed to the right page in Microsoft Admin Center to complete each action. To use this new feature, navigate to Teams Apps > Manage apps > Subscriptions.

Teams Admin Center

Teams App Store

End-users will soon have a single place to view all app subscriptions they’ve purchased in the Teams app store, without leaving the Teams client. Users can initiate actions on their subscriptions like buy additional licenses, change plans, and update payment method and be directed to the right place in Microsoft Admin Center to complete the action. To use this new feature, navigate to Apps > Manage your apps > Subscriptions.

Teams App Store

What you need to do to prepare

Consider updating your end-user documentation and alert your help desk of this upcoming feature.

Learn more

Message ID: MC402423
Published: 19 July 2022
Updated: 04 October 2022
Platform: Web, World tenant

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