Category: Microsoft Teams

How many Teams I have in my Office 365 Tenant?
How many Teams I have in my Office 365 Tenant?
Blog Posts

Collecting the complete list of teams in your Tenant is something that you need to do, monitor, keep track or apply some customization to the existing collection of Microsoft Teams. The reasons could be various, but the ability to have a summary is, in fact, an added value in terms of functionality. Microsoft Graph API… READ MORE

Less Commonly Used Features in Microsoft Teams
Less Commonly Used Features in Microsoft Teams
Blog Posts

Excited about new features coming to Microsoft Teams? There was certainly a lot of hype during , and post, Microsoft Ignite. While reviewing some of the new features announced at Ignite I came across some older content with tips and some suggested features of Microsoft Teams. As I clicked through I realised that there were a… READ MORE

5 Workhacks to Raise TEAMS Adoption to a New Level
5 Workhacks to Raise TEAMS Adoption to a New Level
Blog Posts

Do you want your worklife to be a little bit easier? Do you want to grow closer with your team? Do you want to deliver some TEAMS knowledge your co-workers might not know already?Perfect, then just keep on reading…. After my Session at the #teamscommunityday2020 in Cologne, I’ve been asked to publish a blog about… READ MORE

[ESPC19 Session] Microsoft Teams Architecture Deep Dive
[ESPC19 Session] Microsoft Teams Architecture Deep Dive
Blog Posts

In this session we will do a deep dive into how Microsoft Teams has been architected and how Microsoft is using existing Office 365 and Azure technology to make Teams scalable, performant and manageable. I will cover the logical architecture of Teams, where conversations, images, files, voicemails and recordings are stored, and what connections Teams… READ MORE

Microsoft Teams: The Power of Bringing People Together
Microsoft Teams: The Power of Bringing People Together
Webinars

Watch our live demonstration of Team’s powerful features. Building step-by-step, we’ll overcome common team collaboration challenges and perform live Teams usage scenarios. By using channels, tabs, bots, the command bar, extensibility options and Team’s modern collaboration features, watch us go from muddled to magnificent. Learn how to utilize Team’s features to quickly, cohesively and effectively create… READ MORE

Show any SharePoint Page as a tab in a Microsoft Teams Team
Show any SharePoint Page as a tab in a Microsoft Teams Team
Blog Posts

I’ve blogged before on how the SharePoint News Connector is limited to publishing news from the SharePoint site associated to the Microsoft Teams team, and how to work around it. It seems the SharePoint app in Teams has a similar limitation: you can only show pages and lists from the associated SharePoint site.Time for another workaround!… READ MORE

[ESPC19 Session] Intelligent Chat Bots in Microsoft Teams
[ESPC19 Session] Intelligent Chat Bots in Microsoft Teams
Blog Posts

While every team is unique, one thing that is consistent is every team will need a variety of apps and tools to get their work done. This session will guide you to understand the principles of designing conversational apps, leveraging artificial intelligence to deliver a universal hub that makes work smarter. This session will open… READ MORE

Configure Room Lists for Microsoft Teams
Configure Room Lists for Microsoft Teams
Blog Posts

Why Room Lists When planning and preparing for an Office 365 deployment you can often get lost in the weeds of features and services and forget about the user experience of the individual services. I like to ensure that we plan for delighters when the service affords me the opportunity. The are several things about Microsoft Teams that drive… READ MORE

Teams Message Cards - Part IV (Azure Health Status)
Teams Message Cards – Part IV (Azure Health Status)
Blog Posts

This is part IV of the series Teams message cards. You’ll find the previous parts here: Part I Part II Part III This is the last part of the series. This time we’ll get current service health events in the Azure subscription. The script will be run on a schedule (default is every 12 hours, but can be… READ MORE