Last October, we released our first public roadmap for bringing a complete set of Skype for Business capabilities into Microsoft Teams. Since then, we have made great progress in delivering on this roadmap across calling and meetings. We’ve updated the roadmap to reflect everything we’ve delivered across meetings and calling in Teams. The latest roadmap is available here:  Additional details about the released and upcoming features can be found on the Office 365 roadmap.


In the latest roadmap, you’ll see updates regarding the following:

  • The release of new calling capabilities in Teams and support for Microsoft Calling Plans.
  • The release of new meeting capabilities, including the availability of audio conferencing in Teams and the ability to join Teams meetings via the web with expanded browser support.
  • The release of capabilities for IT admins including call analytics and Skype for Business to Teams interoperability policies.

In addition to meetings and calling enhancements, we continue to deliver new features in Teams that make it an even more powerful hub for teamwork, such as new ways to use apps, a new app Store, and the ability to customize your personal workspace as well as take quick action with the command box.


Get started today with Microsoft Teams as your hub for teamwork, the single place for conversations, files and meetings.  To learn more about adopting Microsoft Teams, visit  To help plan your journey from Skype for Business to Teams, please visit:

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