Microsoft has released the first public preview of the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK V2.0. Although the new version delivers some welcome functionality, it contains some contentious proposals such as dividing the SDK into V1.0 and beta modules and using different names for the beta cmdlets. It would be nice if Microsoft fixed some of the basic group and user cmdlets before they imposed more work on PowerShell developers.
Teams supports the ability to allow selected users to enable Public Preview features in the desktop and browser clients for an early view of functionality. You’ll need to create a new update policy in the Teams admin center and assign it to the people you want to access public preview. It’s all very easy and very useful, which is nice.