Category: Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and Office - The Ideal Threesome for Co-Authoring Documents
Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and Office – The Ideal Threesome for Co-Authoring Documents
Webinars

Learn how this can be done smarter and with a lot more fun by using a mix of great features in Office 365 tools: Different reviewing options, inking, version management, speak to text, translation, thesaurus, conversation in Teams, document sharing, among many other cool features. I will show you how to re-think the tools and practices teams use today, with all the old & new possibilities Office 365 offers to improve the co-authoring of documents groups of people have to do every day.

Using Multiple Languages in Microsoft Teams
Using Multiple Languages in Microsoft Teams
Blog Posts

Collaborating with Microsoft Teams is very easy, and I’m using it at several customers. At one customer the teams are getting multi-language where before every conversation was in Dutch, now with new team members that are not speaking Dutch they have trouble going back into the conversations and do not understand what is written. Luckily… READ MORE

Webinars this June
Webinars this June
Blog Posts

We’re pleased to invite you to join us for two top-class upcoming webinars this June. To book your place, simply register below. On Thursday, June 13, join Usama wahab Khan CTO & Microsoft MVP, Evolution Technologies, United Arab Emirates for a detailed session looking at Modern SharePoint Tools. This level 300 demonstration will cover how to use and set up Flow, PowerBI, PowerApps and… READ MORE

Ask the Experts - Microsoft Teams Edition
Ask the Experts – Microsoft Teams Edition
Blog Posts

Following its roaring success at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference in Copenhagen last year, we decided to take the Ask The Experts event online. This is your chance to get in touch with top experts from around the world and get your technical questions answered. For our first Ask the Experts session… READ MORE

Channel vs Chat ? When to use what in Microsoft Teams
Channel vs Chat ? When to use what in Microsoft Teams
Blog Posts

When Microsoft Teams Users tend to chat privately naturally, using the conversation feature, some guidance shall be provided. Summary of some important features : Channels are public to the team, conversation are privated to their members. A Channel message do not notifies users by default, conversations do. Chat history is shown automatically in a channel… READ MORE