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Posted by on Apr 16, 2021 in Microsoft Teams | 0 comments

Microsoft announces new feature request site for Microsoft Graph and Office Platform developers, to replace UserVoice

Microsoft announces new feature request site for Microsoft Graph and Office Platform developers, to replace UserVoice

We’ve known for a few weeks now that Microsoft has decided to move away from UserVoice pages and will be migrating services to “1st party solutions” throughout 2021.

Now, we have the location for a new feature request site for Microsoft Graph and Office Platform developer feature requests, thanks to a recent blog post announcement by the Microsoft 365 Platform Team.

This seems like it will cover all developer platform features across Microsoft Graph, Microsoft Teams and the rest of the Microsoft Office platform. However, I’m not 100% sure if it definitely covers Microsoft Teams platform development at this point, because it is listed in the Tech Community under “Microsoft 365” and not “Microsoft Teams”. I’m trying to clarify that and will update here if I can find out more.

At the time of publishing, there are only 9 ideas listed, so it does not look like the existing ideas from UserVoice have been migrated (yet). I really hope they do manage to import the wealth of ideas and feedback captured over the years in those existing UV sites:

The site is live now for your ideas, and can also be found in the Microsoft 365 section of Tech Community, under a new “Ideas” tab:

 

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