In this session, we will talk to fellow M365 MVP Paul Robichaux about M365 Throttling. Specifically what it is, why it matters, why organizations should care, and what (if anything) they can do about it.
In this episode, the team discusses our lives during the past 2 weeks and our experiences supporting remote workers. Additionally, Microsoft Teams has been incurring additional load, listen in on what services and features have been throttled down temporarily.
Chat read receipts disabled in some regions, huge load on chat backend service
Azure voicemail Service - not playing greetings at times
Call Queues and Auto Attendants failing to receive calls
To best support our Microsoft 365 customers worldwide and accommodate new growth and demand during these unprecedented times, we're making temporary adjustments to select non-essential capabilities. We do not expect these changes to have a significant impact on the end-users experience but wanted to make you aware.
Examples of changes we may make include:
How often we check for presence
The interval in which we show when the other party is typing
OneNote in Teams will be read-only for commercial tenants, excluding EDU. Users can go to OneNote for the web for editing.
Download size and sync frequency of file attachments has been changed.
We are rescheduling specific backend operations to regional evening and weekend business hours. Impacted capabilities include migration, DLP and delays in file management after uploading a new file, video or image.
Reduced video resolution for playback videos.
People timeline has been disabled for newly uploaded videos. Pre-existing videos will not be impacted.
Meeting recording video resolution adjusted to 720p