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One of the features I noticed being called out in the 2019 update was the ability to control some Skype for Business attributes for a user.

Looking at users in my environment, I don't see those options exposed. Are these features only for Skype for Business on prem? If it can be used to manage online users, what admin roles are required on Office 365?

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Hello,

One of the features I noticed being called out in the 2019 update was the ability to control some Skype for Business attributes for a user.

As we understand, you mean the enhancement of the Enable for Skype for Business action for automated workflows. It includes the ability to assign the Dial plan and Voice policies when enabling users for Skype for Business using the action.

Looking at users in my environment, I don't see those options exposed. Are these features only for Skype for Business on prem? If it can be used to manage online users, what admin roles are required on Office 365?

Yes, the action can only be used for Skype for Business on-premise.

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