Microsoft has recently announced a new Teams add-on license called Microsoft Teams Premium.
Teams Premium adds on number of features to enhance the Teams experience in areas such as:
The add-on is available to purchase for users with an Office 365 or Microsoft 365 subscription with Teams.
Teams Premium is now generally available, with intelligent recap features rolling out in the first half of 2023. The recommended retail price is NZD $15.10 per user per month.
One of the most exciting pieces of news around the new Microsoft’s Teams Premium service is the inclusion of GPT 3.5, which will soon feature more widely across the Microsoft tech stack.
With Teams Premium, the AI language model has the ability to automate certain tasks as part of its “intelligent recap” feature.
These tasks could include creating automatically generated meeting notes, recommended tasks or even creating chapter markings for recordings. This functionality could completely change the post-meeting actions experience typically performed by meeting attendees, freeing them up to do other tasks.
The following tables compare the full feature sets contained within Teams and Teams Premium:
There’s a number of features which are currently included in the standard Teams license which will move to Teams Premium, as well as a wide range of new features that will be available that will offer more granular controls on how customer can manage their meeting experience.
There are also a range of customisation features that are available under Teams Premium, so if you want to align your meeting room experience to your company’s brand you could utilise features such as:
By leveraging these customisations, you can really make your organisation stand out amongst the crowd and provide some differentiation to the standard Teams meeting experience.
If your users utilise these features then you will need to purchase Teams Premium licenses:
Please note that we provide this information to keep you abreast of new developments and upcoming changes but as with any new releases we recommend that you wait and see how it performs rather than dive in and risk causing problems for your business.