Notify the tenant Admins when new features are rolled out in the tenant
Although we can see in the message center what is being rolled out we only get a very rough estimate on it will be available in our tenant. I whish there was a service that could send a confirmation/message to the tenant admins once the implementation of a new feature in Office365 was done. This will improve our ability to keep our users up to date of whats new and ready to use.
I can understand that for a feature update it is hard to tell when a specific tenant is being updated. but it should be possible to notify admin if the update has been applied. this could be via mail, but also in the Admin-portal.
Now I'm often surprised by users when they start asking questions about updates I haven't seen myself.
Yes, please!!!!!!!! This would really help to know when a feature has hit our tenant without having to test trial/error (especially when it may not be clear from prior communication exactly what a new feature should look like or what we would be looking for to see a feature has arrived).
Tina Snyder commented
We got bit big time due to this. Teams came to our tenant and turned on OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams licenses to our end users before we were ready. There was no notice that this was going to occur and only by logging into the Admin Center and seeing Teams there, did we know it was now available for us. Why can't Microsoft send out a 48 hour notice to tenant admins that a feature is about to be turned on? Makes no sense to surprise your customers that way.