As you probably already know, in Microsoft Teams, any user in the organization can sign up for Public Teams while Private teams require the owner of the team to invite members to the team. Unless users know which private teams already exist, the risk of unnecessarily establishing new teams, with the same purpose and similar content, increases. Continue reading “How to reduce teams sprawl by making the existence of Private Teams visible for all users”
Private channels in Microsoft Teams are now launched and rolled out to your tenant. You can create private channels for a specific group of team members in a team. Only those people that are added to the private channel will be able to see and write messages in it.
In my previous blog post “Private channels in Microsoft Teams are here but are you ready to release it in your organization yet?” i wrote about what to think of in order to start using it properly.
Have you informed your users about your guidelines for using this Private channels? If you haven’t done so, now is the time to do it. In the meantime, you can (read: should) disable Private Channels for a time until everyone knows how it works and how to use it.
How do you do this then? It is easier than you think: Continue reading “How to temporarily disable private channels”
Do you have trouble keeping your nose above the surface of the stream of updates that are now spreading across websites and social platforms? Perhaps you try to keep up with the news/updates that is being launched on Ignite but feel that you have trouble filtering everything? Continue reading “A seemingly never-ending flood of news from Microsoft Ignite is spreading fast”
Are you in the situation that you feel you do not have sufficient control of Office 365 and its applications? Does it feel a bit overwhelming and you don’t know where to start looking for how to take control and, not least, what to take control of? It may be time to take the first steps when it comes to Office 365 Governance? Continue reading “Helpful tips and useful sources of information about Office 365 Governance”
Before rolling out a new product you should always familiarize yourself with the product’s functionality, benefits and potential shortcomings.
Once you have done this, you can plan how it will be rolled out, how education should be conducted and last but not least, how it should be managed.
“We assume that your organization already has control over how you secure devices, users, apps and information. This is as basic as taking a shower and having breakfast before going to work.”
If you have not yet implemented Microsoft Teams and are wondering about functionality and what scenarios it is suitable for, I have, below, made a simple summary of the basic functionality you get with Microsoft Teams. Continue reading “Are you in the starting blocks and about to implement Microsoft Teams?”
If you, like me, have just come back from vacation and been more or less offline, I can inform you that there has been a lot of information about Microsoft Teams during the summer.
I was going to summarize all the news today and post here on my blog but Vesa Nopanen got ahead of me and wrote a really good update so I share it with you here:
Thank you Vesa for making this compilation!
We all have different personalities and different preferences. In this small series of blog posts, we will look more closely at how we set ourselves to different technologies and solutions and how to implement and use different solutions in Office 365 so that you can really improve the satisfaction and quality of an organization. Continue reading “Classic or Modern? Part 1: Who are You?”