Welcome to the Microsoft 365 Newest Updates series. Every week, we do our best to sift through the most important Message Center updates into an easy-to-digest format so you’re always up-to-date.

With that out of the way, let’s get started:

Create Word Cloud Polls in Teams

A new forms type will soon be available in Teams, word clouds! Authors will be able to pose open-ended questions and collect feedback in the form of a word cloud. Users can either enter a word or click on existing work to give it a thumbs up. The rollout will begin in late September until early October.

Microsoft 365 Updates - Microsoft Teams new feature to include word cloud polls in form selections.

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That’s it for the updates of note this week. See you again next week for more updates and changes!

Missed the updates from previous weeks? Check them out here: Microsoft 365 Newest Updates.

As always, if you have any questions regarding these new updates, or require guidance with your Microsoft 365 solution, Imaginet is here to help.

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