Our latest podcast episode is dedicated to an in-depth discussion of the newly launched Microsoft Teams channel experience, where we provide a comprehensive overview of the extensive UI changes that have been introduced, the improved process for creating posts and announcements, the enhanced functionality for pinning channel posts, and the highly informative information panel that offers an array of valuable insights about each channel, making it easier than ever for users to stay organized and productive.
In this episode, we are thrilled to have Stephen Rose, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft, and host of the Inside Microsoft Teams podcast (https://aka.ms/insidemsteams), join us as our special guest. Stephen brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm for technology to the conversation, and we are honored to share it with our audience. During our chat, we delve into exciting topics such as the latest AI features in Teams, Teams Rooms and Devices, Teams 2.0, and Teams Premium.
In this episode, we discuss the Microsoft Teams breakout rooms, how are they used and what’s the best use case scenarios with this feature. We review how they can be configured, managed, and deployed within your tenant and how you can set it up within your meeting.
In this episode we address this question from one of our listeners: We are just beginning to use office365. We have our important documents in OneDrive. We wish to share these files with others. Should we jump to teams? Or can we start sharing the files on SharePoint.
We review the options of sharing files from OneDrive or SharePoint, and where is the best to collaborate and co-author documents. We discuss the pros and cons of each option, and we give our recommendation, taken into consideration compliance around the documents.
In this episode, we answer a question from our audience how and where I can upload files from SharePoint to Teams. We explain the architecture of Teams backend and the scenarios you can move files around or where files are stored in Teams. We expand our discussion to explain where the data storage of all the services is associated with Microsoft Teams.
In this episode, we discuss a question from our audience about the best practices on how to handle meeting notes using Microsoft 365. We review few options on how to best take meeting notes, whether you use Microsoft Teams notes classic or modern, using OneNote or even emails, we discuss options and use cases for each scenario.
With Microsoft Teams being the primary solutions for collaboration, we address the question if we ever use SharePoint Online without Teams, and would we ever use SharePoint Online for collaboration without Teams. We discuss how and where SharePoint is used best, the ability to include your SharePoint Online communication sites, intranet, and other element of content publishing to the organization via SharePoint.
In this episode, we discuss a very common question that most organizations face when it comes to opening Teams to external users and guests. We will address the best practices, what is required to better secure your tenant for external users and guests, and what are our recommendations to make sure you are on top of the ball game with Teams security settings.
In this episode, we are excited to have Laurie Pottmeyer, Senior Program Manager, Community lead for Microsoft Teams, joining us to talk about Microsoft Teams, new capabilities, latest releases, and future road map. We have taken turns to ask our guests a wide range of questions about new announcements, pro tips, personal experience with the product, and other great ways to use Teams. Laurie shares with us the best way to successfully deploy Teams, how to reach out for help from the Tech Community and what is on the menu for future releases.
Here are some online resources Laurie shared with us that can help you with your Teams adoption, planning, and deployment:
Microsoft Teams’ usage is growing daily, and we are now more dependent on it in our daily communication and collaboration than emails. But does this mean we can achieve an inbox 0 and do not need to be dependent on our outlook? In this episode we discuss different opinions on how to best manage your communication and emails. Are you a team Sarah with less than 25 in your inbox, team Antonio with less than 400 or team Mike with an infinite ∞ emails? Let us know what you think.