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This small change will help secure Microsoft Teams on the web

Teams on the web is changing how it handles permissions for devices.

What you need to know

Teams on the web will soon require native device permissions on a per-app basis.
This change will help secure Teams on the web.
The desktop and mobile versions of Teams already require people to approve device permissions on a per-app basis.

is bringing a security feature to Teams on the web that’s already in place on the desktop and mobile versions of the app. Soon, you’ll have to grant device permissions on a per-app basis in Microsoft Teams on the web. Microsoft explains that this will help secure Teams when apps ask for permission to use devices like webcams, microphones, and location data.

“In order to better secure Teams third-party applications that request native device permissions – such as camera, microphone or location access – we will be requiring users to manually opt-in for these permissions per app in the Microsoft Teams web browser experience,” states the Microsoft 365 Roadmap. “We are already doing this on the Teams desktop and mobile clients.”

The feature was added to the 365 roadmap on November 19, 2021. It’s currently scheduled to hit general availability in February 2022, but that date is subject to change. The Microsoft 365 Roadmap lists the current plans for features, not a firm release date for when they’ll come out.

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Teams is a popular app for messaging, video calls, and collaborating for work. Soon, its web version will require people to grant device permissions on a per app basis. This move will improve the security of Teams on the web.

Teams on the web is changing how it handles permissions for devices.

What you need to know

Microsoft Teams on the web will soon require native device permissions on a per-app basis.
This change will help secure Microsoft Teams on the web.
The desktop and mobile versions of Microsoft Teams already require people to approve device permissions on a per-app basis.

Microsoft is bringing a security feature to Teams on the web that’s already in place on the desktop and mobile versions of the app. Soon, you’ll have to grant device permissions on a per-app basis in Microsoft Teams on the web. Microsoft explains that this will help secure Teams when apps ask for permission to use devices like webcams, microphones, and location data.

“In order to better secure Microsoft Teams third-party applications that request native device permissions – such as camera, microphone or location access – we will be requiring users to manually opt-in for these permissions per app in the Microsof…

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