Simplify your work by using filtered views in the new Microsoft 365 Roadmap to focus on the updates of your core area

Are you one of the "chosen ones" with responsibility to keep track of changes in one or more services in Office 365? Congratulations, then your job has just become a little easier. With the new "Microsoft 365 Roadmap" it is now much easier to create filtered views that show the updates that are relevant to … Continue reading Simplify your work by using filtered views in the new Microsoft 365 Roadmap to focus on the updates of your core area

If you experience that one or more Office 365 services are slow

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 … Continue reading If you experience that one or more Office 365 services are slow

Do you want to be disturbed (but only by some people)?

When you work in Microsoft Teams and your status is set to "do not disturb", it's logical that you will not receive any notifications. However, there is a feature that allows you to override this feature. Despite the status "Do not disturb" you can receive notifications from specific (and extra important) people, such as your … Continue reading Do you want to be disturbed (but only by some people)?

Microsoft Teams + Microsoft Forms and the beauty in simplicity

Have you thought of how easy it is to combine the strengths of Microsoft Forms and Microsoft Teams when you need to analyze and document the services you use in Microsoft 365? If not then you should read my new article on Microsoft Tech Community: Combine Microsoft Forms and Microsoft Teams to analyze and document governance

Great news for those who work with document management solutions in modern libraries in Sharepoint Online

Content types with office templates in modern libraries in SharePoint Online. Over the years, many of us have used content types to structure and keep track of the documents we work with in document libraries. We have often linked official templates to these content types, sometimes locally in the respective document libraries and sometimes in … Continue reading Great news for those who work with document management solutions in modern libraries in Sharepoint Online

Where to find quick answers to questions about Microsoft Teams

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 … Continue reading Where to find quick answers to questions about Microsoft Teams

Do you want to archive a Team? This is how you do it!

If you've been using Microsoft Teams for a while now you've probably missed the ability to archive those teams that are not active. Ever since I started working with teams, I have missed the opportunity to easily,  manually (and without complicated automation and lots of rules) let the owners themselves archive a team when it no … Continue reading Do you want to archive a Team? This is how you do it!