I think most of us, at some point, have missed the opportunity to add and use document templates in Microsoft Teams. It would have been great if, in “Files”, you could just click “New” and then choose an Office template that you want to start from when creating a new document.
For those of you who lacked this functionality, I can inform you that there is a solution for this. Continue reading “Easy use of Office Document templates in Microsoft Teams”
How hard can it be? (my favorite phrase, in addition to “It depends”)
Isn’t it just about opening Windows Explorer and dragging over the files where they should be? Or can you not only use a script or a tool to copy all files to SharePoint and then start cleaning? Continue reading “Do you need a plan for how you can (and should) migrate files to Office 365?”
Do you mount old tires on your new car?
Are you buying new shoes and moving over the soles of your old ones?
Then you are also likely to run Office 365 with your old, traditional network settings
If you experience that one or more Office 365 services are slow, you may want to analyze your settings and make some corrections.
I recommend reading Tony Redmond’s article “Network Principles for Office 365 Connectivity” where he is describing a common problem. Perhaps you can easily do something about it
Have you ever experienced challenges and problems with Microsoft Teams and had difficulties finding a solution quickly? Perhaps you have had questions about functionality that your nearest network contacts have not been able to answer?
A good source of knowledge that is constantly updated with the most common, and most well-known issues, are “Known Issues for Microsoft Teams.” If you do not immediately find the right answer there, you can always proceed to Microsoft Tech Community and search for answers and/or ask a question that reaches to thousands of active contributors, and you’ll probably get the solution quickly.
A constant recurring issue that I often encounter with many of the companies I work with is that their end users find it annoying that they often have to log in multiple times when they work in Office 365. This also applies to those who have just started using Microsoft Teams.
I want user adoption to work as smoothly as possible and I think one of the key success factors is that the end users should experience a seamlessness between Office 365 services / workloads. In order to accomplish this, it is important that you initially always begin to ensure that all end-users have the necessary Office 365 URLs and required Trusted sites rolled out on their clients.
More about this topic here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams/When-multiple-logins-are-a-problem/m-p/184710#M13282