While joining the #CloudCoworking experiment this week in @LoryanStrant's tenant, I noticed a new icon in the Microsoft Teams meeting. I had opened up the participants pane to see who was online in the team that I could invite to join me in the call. At the top beside the search box was a link … Continue reading Invite anyone into a Microsoft Teams meeting. No really. Anyone.
If you’re organisation is using Microsoft Teams and Planner, you would have experienced some frustration. Channels are a natural, logical way to focus conversation and content. Plans can be created within channels in a Team, to coordinate tasks within a channel. However, the Planner tab is limited to tasks and containers. Open the Planner web … Continue reading Access all your Microsoft Teams Plans from Planner web app
Microsoft Teams guest access is really useful. I can bring together a team or belong to a team of people inside and outside my organisation. All our conversations are available to catch up on. Files and other info is all together and being discussed. However, as I message a team that consists mostly of members … Continue reading Tenant switching between Teams ‘aint fun
Office Blogs announced Sway is rolling out to Office 365 beginning today. So I wanted to share my initial experiences as I take a look at what's available. Since the announcement, there's a few discussions in the Sway group on the Office 365 Network about preventing Office 365 Sway's from being shared publicly and how … Continue reading Sway starts rolling out to Office 365: Initial Reactions