February 2021 Newsletter – Week 2

February 2021 Newsletter – Week 2

As communicated in MC220490 (August ’20), Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop application support will end on March 9, 2021. After support ends, Microsoft Edge Legacy will not receive new security updates.

Microsoft is simplifying how your users can sign in to mobile apps by allowing users to use a QR code to log in (instead of typing in their username and password). This experience will first be offered within Outlook on the web as a public preview.

The “In development for Microsoft Intune” page in our documentation has been updated.

In June (MC209710) we provided Teams meeting organizers with a participant report that includes join and leave times. We are making key changes to improve functionality and provide additional participant data in the report.

Microsoft Teams meeting organizers will be soon be able to create a custom registration page for any meeting, although the feature is designed for webinars. The feature is available for meeting organizers using Teams desktop applications (Win/Mac) and Teams on the web.

Your Microsoft Intune account has been updated to the latest service build.

We understand that, from time to time, you might disagree with an Exchange Online Protection (EOP) filtering verdict. With this update, you will be able to manually override Microsoft 365 filtering verdicts using the Tenant Allow/Block List (TABL) in the Security & Compliance Center.

We are updating Threat Explorer and Real-time detections within Microsoft Defender for Office 365. There are three sets of changes: improving export limits, introducing Alert ID, and improving our trial experiences.

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