What you need to know
- Microsoft Teams will soon let you schedule out of office hours.
- The feature is currently available for the public preview versions of Teams on the web and desktop.
- You can use the feature to send automatic replies to people when you're away.
Microsoft Teams preview users can now set a schedule for when they're out of the office. When your schedule is set to mark you as away, it will change your status on Teams and can send a status message to people that try to reach out to you with a message. According to OnMSFT, this feature is rolling out now to the public preview versions of Teams on the web and desktop.
The Microsoft 365 roadmap describes the feature:
The roadmap currently states that the feature will roll out this month, but that's always subject to change.
The feature supports an option to send automatic replies to people when you're away. It also syncs with your Outlook calendar.
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