The pivot includes a list of channel sites that are associated to the Teams connected site. This list will only include Private sites as of now and will expend to include other special sites in the future. Channel are view only and inherit properties from Teams that are managed in Teams admin center.
New Type column that accessible from the new Active Sites pivot.
Ability to manage Channel site storage limit.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 82161.
Rollout will begin in early December 2021 and it is expected to complete the rollout by late January 2022.
How this will affect your organization
Historically, channel sites have been only accessible to admins through PowerShell and through the Microsoft Teams client app. With these enhancements admins can now access channel sites through SharePoint online admin center UX as well.
What you need to do to prepare
No special preparation is required. Once the enhancements are available in your tenant you will be able to start using them immediately, without any impact to your day-to-day experience.
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Ganesh Sanap is a Senior Software Engineer having expertise in SharePoint, Microsoft 365, Power Platform and Azure Development.
He is an active contributor on SharePoint StackExchange, Microsoft Techcommunity and Power Platform community as he likes to help the community. He likes to stay up to date with newly released and coming features in Microsoft 365 and Azure Services.
He is a Microsoft Certified Professional holding certifications on Microsoft 365, Power Platform and Microsoft Azure AI.
Currently he is mainly focused on SharePoint Framework (SPFx), Power Platform and Azure development.
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