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Microsoft Teams: Custom emojis and reactions

Microsoft Teams: Custom emojis and reactions

Microsoft Teams will introduce custom emojis and reactions, allowing users to upload images or GIFs. Each tenant can add up to 5,000 custom emojis. The feature will be available by default, with rollout starting late June 2024. Admins can manage this feature through the Teams Admin Center. < In Microsoft Teams, users will be able to add their own custom emojis and reactions by uploading an image or GIF file, and their emojis and reactions will be accessible to all users in the tenant alongside the standard Teams emojis and reactions. Up to 5,000 custom emojis can be added per tenant. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 80659. When this will happen: Targeted Release: We will begin rolling out late June 2024 and expect to complete by early July 2024. Worldwide, GCC: We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by late July 2024. GCC High, DoD: We will begin rolling out early August 2024 and expect to complete by late August 2024. How this will affect your organization: This new custom emojis and reactions feature will be turned on by default. Users in the tenant will be able to upload emojis that are visible to the whole tenant. You can pre-emptively turn this feature off or restrict users who can create new emojis via the Teams Admin Center controls described below. How do I use this feature? Custom emojis and reactions will be found in the emoji and reaction menus in the Custom category. Users with upload abilities can add new content through the plus (+) button. Users with delete abilities can right-click any custom emoji to delete. Please note that deleted emojis may take up to 24 hours to reflect for all users in the tenant. Deleted emojis may take up to 24 hours to reflect for other users. View image in new tab How do I manage this feature? This feature can be managed through the Teams Admin Center. Admins will have access to the following controls: Turn the feature on/off for the whole tenant via the Messaging Settings page (on […]

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