Category: Microsoft Teams

Create a QnA Teams Bot
Create a QnA Teams Bot
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Creating a QnA Teams Bot. In these difficult times, we see an increase in Teams usage. For some users, this is a new experience, and it is important to help them out. I see a lot of people and companies hold webinars for helping out. This is good and drives user adoption. But in Teams,… READ MORE

Manage your Teams Notifications
Manage your Teams Notifications
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On your desktop, Teams gives you a choice between three levels of notifications: Emails, banners and a notifications feed in the app. Select your notification level for all of teams in Settings > Notifications Email sends a notification of any Teams activity to your associated email. Banners are pop-up windows with a preview of the… READ MORE

Microsoft Teams Audio Conferencing & Toll Numbers
Microsoft Teams Audio Conferencing & Toll Numbers
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In this blog post, I’m going to talk about the different ways you can join a Microsoft Teams meeting and explore the option of Microsoft Teams Audio Conferencing. You got a poor internet connection? or perhaps you are driving your car and want audio access to the meeting, worry no more. I am going to… READ MORE

How to Make your Teams Bots Richer with Markdown
How to Make your Teams Bots Richer with Markdown
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Microsoft Teams comes with excellent lowcode/nocode tool for bots: Power Virtual Agents. Project Oakdale, which is now in preview, brought these bots directly to Teams licensed users to create bots that help tackle , for example, overload on people answering routine questions. When you are creating the bot dialogue it is easy to use richer… READ MORE