Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Discovering Private Teams Part 1
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by microsoft365pro
4M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 24/03/2024 | Updated: N/A Back in the day – around the time I first started engaging with the Teams community – Microsoft introduced the ability to discover private teams. If I remember correctly, the first iteration of whether a private team was discoverable was set at the team level which could be toggled on or off whenever a team was created, or when it were edited. This allowed org users to see private teams which were defined as discoverable by team owners who chose to do so whether they wanted to make th ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: More value with Duplicate Webinars, Unique Join Links, Email Reminders and Hiding Attendee Names
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by microsoft365pro
5M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 25/02/2024 | Updated: N/A Having had a look tonight its been awhile since I last wrote about Teams Webinars. When they were first released within the Teams Premium SKU at the start of 2023 I looked at how to setup and configure them. I then looked at them in the context of meeting customisations. After that? I never really went back – which is odd given I use them all the time in my corp role. So why now? Why Teams Webinars again? I have been, let’s say, actively monitoring the progress of the ability to dupic ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: 5 File Management Features I’m enjoying in the New Teams
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by microsoft365pro
5M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 18/02/2024 | Updated: N/A I’m not gonna lie; there hasn’t been much left in the tank the past few weeks. I fully intended to have written this prior to the Super Bowl coverage last Sunday – but I decided to watch the game as its been full on with Copilot, Mesh, Sentinel, Defender for Cloud and all that other good stuff. I guess I could have easily written something about any one of those things. But when I do a lot of what I would call forward facing work, a part of me likes to almost pivot back to the fundame ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Share Contact Info, Domain Specific Search, Turn Off Activity Mails and Read By in Group Chat
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by microsoft365pro
5M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 04/02/2024 | Updated: N/A After many years of writing I decided I needed a bit of an extended break from the blog. January has been unlike anything I have experienced over fifteen years in the Industry. Our firm is rolling out into multiple countries around Europe; I’ve been in Norway supporting that. But then there is Teams Nation 2024 in February (please register and help us spread the word), multiple CCP’s and of course a little matter of that beast Copilot dropping into the market for CSP. All this adds up ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Simple Channel Creation & Using Microsoft Entra via TAC to easily create Frontline Teams at scale
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by microsoft365pro
7M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 17/12/2023 | Updated: N/A 2023 is almost over. Almost. And if you haven’t already left for your Christmas vacation I can only hope you are starting to wrap it all up for the break. I know I am. The ebbing off of work is a great opportunity to catch up or pack in some fun stuff, and for me one of those things is getting personally reacquainted with Microsoft Teams which is changing rapidly shipping some great new adds into 2.1. Last time, we looked at personal invites to everyone in a channel meeting which ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Send Personal Invites to everyone in a Channel Meeting
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by microsoft365pro
8M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 03/12/2023 | Updated: N/A Teams has had a lot of big adds in the past year: Mesh, Copilot, the transition of Live Events to Town Halls, the integration with Microsoft Defender XDR, and so much more. The cadence is as rapid and exciting as ever. And when we see these big ticket items released, it is also quite natural to wonder: these are awesome, but hey, what is going on with that unresolved or underdeveloped item I keep feeding back about and which appears to be lost in the backlog? Busy on busy was like tha ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Links open preference & Hiding chat message preview
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by microsoft365pro
8M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 26/11/2023 | Updated: N/A Back from an unexpected month off: so what happened? The double dip of Airlift and Ignite happened. Several big transitions at work happened. Several Microsoft CCP’s running great guns. And a rebrand of Microsoft 365 Defender to Microsoft Defender XDR, in the middle of rebrand from Azure AD to Entra ID, and Copilot. More Copilot. And even more Copilot. 2023 has been a big year. A perfect storm of sorts. And I don’t mind admitting I’ve needed every one of my fifteen years experience in ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Setting up a Mesh Event and Installing the Mesh App
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by microsoft365pro
9M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 29/10/2023 | Updated: N/A Last week, a cocktail of corp work and Airlift meant I had to skip my usual sunday night blog spot: but having swallowed much of that the last few days I am keen to get back on it and pick up where we left off with Microsoft Mesh. Previously we took a first glance at Immersive Spaces and how these could be accessed through a Microsoft Teams Meeting whether that meeting were scheduled or ad-hoc. We looked at the features. We looked at the pre-reqs. How you can transition between the di ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: A first look at Mesh Immersive Spaces
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by microsoft365pro
10M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 15/10/2023 | Updated: N/A Last week we looked at the new Town Hall functionality set to replace Teams Live Events. And as promised we are going to venture again into the meeting/events space by looking at the introduction of Mesh Immersive Spaces into public preview. For many, these spaces will constitute the next step forward with Microsoft Mesh after the introduction of Avatars into Teams. But what are they? By definition they are ‘three-dimensional (3D) immersive space(s), helping virtual meetings/even ..read more
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Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Goodbye Live Events, Hello Town Halls
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by microsoft365pro
10M ago
This blog is part of a series on Teams. For more articles, check back often Written: 08/10/2023 | Updated: N/A Gran Canaria was awesome. It had the weather. It had the rugged scenary. Good hotel. Good food. And we got plenty of time with our son in the pool. So we very much got everything that we could ask for. But as is the way of things this year it flew by way too fast; and so here we are one week back and ready to get the blog underway. So in that time what’s happened with Teams? A lot. Teams 2.1 went GA. Microsoft is gearing up for Ignite and Immersive spaces for Mesh is now in public pre ..read more
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