Outlook – All-Day Events from another time zone do not display consistently

If I view an all-day event in my Outlook calendar that:

  • Was created in a different time zone
  • Goes for multiple days
  • Has all-day event ticked

The event will show as one day shorter than the actual event. The hover preview shows the same (incorrect) number of days. If I open the event, it displays correctly.

Please fix this inconsistency.

Figure: Test event, created in a different time zone for Monday to Thursday – shows as Monday to Wednesday
Figure: The same event (correctly) shows as Monday to Thursday when opened

SharePoint App – help me view popular sites

In the SharePoint App, the Find page shows frequent sites and people, which is super useful for quickly getting to sites or people your often interact with. The same Frequent sites functionality can be used in other places in SharePoint with the Sites web part.

Figure: SharePoint App | Find | Frequent Sites and People

It would be great if there was also a Popular Sites section, and even a Popular People section (though that name might need some workshopping!). This would make it easier for users to find important sites quickly, even if they don’t access them often. It would be especially useful for new users.

With this addition, the existing sections may need to be renamed to be clearer, e.g. Frequent Sites would become My Frequent Sites.

Figure: Mockup of the Popular sites section

Help me see changes in the Audit logs for distribution groups

Say you add user to a group… you should be able to see this change in the Azure AD Audit logs.

Figure: New user added to a distribution group

The Audit log details work great for users. For example, when you make a change to a user in AD and sync with Azure AD (using AAD Connect), you get great visibility of what was changed.

✅ Figure: Good example: Azure AD | [user] | Audit logs | Audit Log Details with Old Value & New Value

Sadly you can’t see who changed it.

When you make a change to a distribution group in AD (e.g. add a new member) and sync, there are no details at all

❌ Figure: Bad example – Azure AD | [group] | Audit logs | Audit Log Details shows no details (you can’t see that a new user was added to the distribution group)

Suggestion: Please add the details of who changed what for both users and distribution groups in the Audit logs.

Help me find the Team’s email address on the UI (not the channel’s)

When you create a Microsoft Team, the Team has an email address associated with it. However, there is no way to see this email address from within Teams.

Note: There are Channel email addresses that you can view, but these are different.

Microsoft Teams should show the Team email address on the UI – like it does in Outlook.

Figure: Team Channels have an email address that can be viewed from Teams ✔️
Figure: Missing – The Team also have an email address, but this cannot be seen ❌
Figure: This is useful – you can see the Team email address in Outlook | Left nav | Groups | Team name