Category Archive: Teams

May 29

Addressing the challenge presented by Channel meetings in Microsoft Teams

I’ve been working with Microsoft Teams for sometime now and it’s having  massive impact both within my own team at work (reducing e-mail and expanding collective and accessible knowledge through the persistent conversation) and with my customers. The Teams and Channel meetings experience is pretty seamless and I have a lot less technical issues with …

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May 07

Using Notification Tags in Microsoft Teams

I have been working with Teams for some time now in a mixture of team types from large and small. Each has its own interesting ways of working, but for me one of the biggest problems with larger teams is of course notifications. What generally happens is people raise a topic in the team or …

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Feb 29

Site sensitivity labels in Teams, Groups and SharePoint

##UPDATE## I’ve spent the weekend updating my session ready for SPC20 in Las Vegas in May where I’ll be demoing this updated experience along with other Conditional Access Scenarios! If you register with Speaker code HUNT or from this link here, you can get $50 off the registration price! Update to Site Collection Scoped policies …

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May 16

SharePoint Virtual Summit wrap-up

SharePoint Virtual Summit – May 16th 2017 Microsoft may have started a trend with last years May the Fourth SharePoint event where they released the SharePoint Framework, following it up with the SharePoint Virtual Summit today. Adding to some of the announcements that were made at Build last week SharePoint, OneDrive and yes even Yammer …

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Mar 14

Microsoft Teams – General Availability

Microsoft Teams reached General availability stage today, that’s the point at which Microsoft declare a product is ready for production consumption, despite the fact that a lot of us have been using the product in some form in production for some time. This is a great achievement by the Teams product group For me the …

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