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This month's update focuses on a range of new and updated Microsoft Teams features and the Bookings with me scheduling tool.
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To ensure your email signature is accessible you’ll need to add alternate text for any images you’ve added.
Please note: If you can see your email signature in the ‘Compose’ window after saving the changes then this will not be up to date, you’ll need to delete this and re-add your signature to the email. Alternatively, just close the compose window and press ‘New’ to start a new email. You should find the updated signature is auto added. You can then send this to a colleague as a test.
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