Notifications are now rolling out into the Teams Admin Center for Teams Administrators letting them know about the to Teams Room Licenses
Using a Microsoft Teams Shared Channel to support cross-team working within an organisation.
Comparing the 3 types of Microsoft Teams channels
Embed your Webcam into your slides within a Teams Meeting using PowerPoint Live.
Do you take your laptop or mobile into a meeting in a Teams Meeting Room? If you do this blog is for you.
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”
Shared Channels are a channel within a Microsoft Teams Team. There are two stand out features which make this type of channel so eagerly anticipated People (and Teams) can be given access to just the channel, without needing to join the team Even channels hosted by another organisation are found in the list of TeamsContinue reading “To Enable Shared Channels Between Two Organisations”
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!
Whilst we await the release of Shared Channels to Public Preview by end March 2022, there are a couple of things Administrators can be doing to prepare for, or indeed block, Shared Channels in Microsoft Teams.
Teams Panels are designed as meeting room companion devices to show when meeting rooms are booked