In addition to the Microsoft 365 Message Center (which is only available to those who are administrators of Microsoft 365), the Microsoft 365 Roadmap is the public primary source of information when you want to get an overview of the updates and features that are under development or rolling out in Microsoft 365 .
To avoid scrolling through the entire list (because it’s a long-running list), in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, you can select the services you are interested in and filter by the status that is relevant.
If you save the filtered views that are of most interest to you, you do not have to select and filter each time. The picture below shows how to do this in a very simple way. Continue reading “Updates that are now being rolled out in Microsoft 365”
It is now May in 2020 and spring has come to the Nordic countries. Most of us still work from home. For some it works great and some feel it more cumbersome. For me, it’s more or less Business as usual and the only thing I miss sometimes is meeting my clients and colleagues in real life. Technology is our friend these days, but it is important, of course, to dare to use it and to use it properly.
Just over a year ago I wrote the article “Why do you continue to send (and reply to) email?”
When I wrote the article, I had, for a short time, made a complete conversion and more or less stopped sending internal emails. In the past year, the number of e-mails sent has been a minimum and then limited to responding to e-mails that I have received. Usually when I receive an internal email, I don’t even reply via email, but I continue the conversation in Microsoft Teams instead. Do I miss the internal email? The answer is a resounding NO. I now exclusively use Microsoft Teams and Yammer for collaboration with my colleagues and it flows on incredibly well. Continue reading “Is it difficult to adapt and to stop sending internal emails?”
On April 1, 2020, TeamsFest was held.
TeamsFest is a free online one-day event organized by the European Teams User Group. It is suitable for anyone who has any interest in Microsoft Teams. The enthusiasts behind this event are the three well-known Community Role Models Chris Hoard, Adam Deltinger and Vesa Nopanen.
I (and I think I speak for many other speakers as well) am incredibly grateful for the effort they put into organizing this event and which allows us to reach out to so many when we want to share our experiences, advice, tips and solutions. There is a big heart throughout the event, you don’t have to be a celebrity to contribute. The fact that it all takes place online is also a big advantage (not least these days).
Given that it is a whole day with different tracks, it is obviously not possible to see all sessions simultaneously and therefore it is so nice that all sessions are now available at The YouTube Channel of European Teams User Group so that you can watch in peace and quiet through all the sessions and absorb everything you are interested in.
I am already looking forward to the next TeamsFest that will be held in October 2020.
If You missed my session “Microsoft Teams is only part of an implementation of Microsoft Teams” You can view it here.
Are these login boxes familiar? Keep on reading!
They often show up if you are using Edge Chromium as your browser and, from the Microsoft Teams client, open a file in “Files”or if you try to open the Team SharePoint site. (and also sometimes when You open a tab that shows a file).
Open a File
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Open in SharePoint
Open a File
Continue reading “Microsoft Teams + Edge Chromium? Here’s how to get rid of those annoying additional logins.”
Many of you may have read some of my posts on “How to use Microsoft Teams to simplify O365 Governance” and the simple concept I have developed to make everyday life easier for those who have some form of service responsibilities in governance for Office 365.
Nothing is complete (all concepts have improvement potential) and when I read the post “Posting Microsoft 365 Roadmap Items to Teams” by Tony Redmond, I immediately saw how the governance concept I developed can be easily improved by automating the monitoring of Microsoft 365 Roadmap (and others important sources of information). Continue reading “How to improve your Governance solution by automating the monitoring of Microsoft 365 Roadmap”
Did you miss my “How to use Microsoft Teams to simplify O365 Governance” session at the Oktoberfest virtual summit, a.k.a. “TeamsFest”, hosted by European Teams User Group? Below you can see and download what you may have missed and that interests you.
(If you do not know how to use the governance plans, you can watch the session for clarity.)
Let me start by saying that I love new functionality that creates opportunities and solves concrete needs, BUT: Having a holistic perspective when managing your organization’s productivity platform is a puzzle with many pieces. In my opinion, there are mainly three pieces you need to fit together as soon as possible if you are to succeed in introducing new functionality into an organization. These pieces are: Continue reading “Things to Know Before Your Organization Opens Up to Use Private Channels in Microsoft Teams”