You may have started to see meeting expiry recording notifications in Microsoft Teams. Before you panic, you it is simply letting you know that the expiry date is now being enforced. Meeting recording expiry is set by the meeting policy assigned to the user who recorded the meeting. The person who recorded the meeting andContinue reading “Meeting Recording Expiry Dates”
To celebrate the 5th Birthday of Microsoft Teams on March 14th 2022, I’m publishing this article help you rediscover one of the early features of Teams. After all, a birthday is a great opportunity to send Praise!
Teams Panels are designed as meeting room companion devices to show when meeting rooms are booked
Get more chat on your screen with Team compact mode
Distractions in virtual/hybrid meetings & training courses are a big pain point, so make the most of the video focus tools to help you get the most of your Microsoft Teams meetings and webinars.
There is a new feature rolling out to Teams to allow you to mute most Teams notifications when you are in a meeting or on a call. You can either switch it on for all meetings on on a meeting by meeting basis. To mute for all meetings and calls go to Settings, choose NotificationsContinue reading “Stop Drowning in Notifications”
As we approach 2 years of intensive virtual meetings, the debate about cameras on or cameras off still rages on. This is especially true with virtual training
Testing out portrait mode on the Teams display
Getting started using Viva Learning
Recently I was asked if I knew of any busy lights for Mcirosoft Teams. Remember those days when you would walk down the office to see a colleague rather then check their Teams presence? With hybrid working the presence indicator in Teams is still important but its needs extending into our physical spaces too. PersonallyContinue reading “A Busylight with Microsoft Teams”