It’s 3am. I’m in Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa. Home of the ‘Supertube’ waves that are famously ridden by world-class surfing champions. I have been blessed to be on the #365TourZA … Continue reading My hopes for Microsoft Teams Private Channels
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 … 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 … Continue reading Tenant switching between Teams ‘aint fun
Using @mentions in conversation has become a norm in lots of communication platforms. Even Outlook has found a way to use @mentions, adding the mentioned person to the To: line … Continue reading Are you talking to me?
Adopt and Embrace just finished hosting their Christmas party using Microsoft Teams. I had just finished running my last Skype workshop for the day in Hamilton, New Zealand. Everyone else … Continue reading International Christmas party using Microsoft Teams
Announcements at Microsoft Ignite are sure to create a new wave of “what to use when” discussions. But one discussion became much clearer as SharePoint, Yammer and Microsoft Teams were … Continue reading Sharing your story with SharePoint, Yammer and Microsoft Teams.
If you’re one of the lucky members of your team attending MS Ignite, do you have a plan for sharing what you have learned? They probably expect you to give … Continue reading Using Microsoft Teams or Yammer with team members during a conference
Teams discuss documents. Discussions enrich documents and documents enrich discussions. Discussions refine documents. If you don’t believe me, there is documented proof. I just don’t have it on me at … Continue reading Conversations about documents in Microsoft Teams