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My Teams and Viva Blog
The purpose of this Blog is to share information and content to try and help others. All my posts are based upon my personal efforts and should be accurate at time of publication. However, as Microsoft Teams and Viva are rapidly developing services, be sure to keep up to date with the corporate blogs and documentation. I’ll also try to avoid re-hashing marketing announcements as there are plenty of other sources for these. I hope you find some of my posts useful.
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Viva Learning comes in two flavours, a version that ships with Microsoft Teams and one that is licensed. The short video below highlights the capabilities available in the included version. To enable the supported LMS Systems and additional Learning Provider subscriptions customers will need to purchase Viva Learning licenses.
In the video you will see an example of a “demo” SharePoint Framework created card, the public preview Viva Connections Dashboard site in SharePoint and the associated Microsoft Teams App. At the end of the video you’ll seen an example of the Dashboard’s mobile experience.
From an analyst’s perspective a good place to start looking at the general collaboration “health” of the company is the Ways of Working Power BI template. This is one of the 8 predefined dashboards that ships with Viva Insights.
The Viva Connections Dashboard feature, which at the time of writing has just gone into public preview, allows you to present adaptive cards to groups of end users within SharePoint and Microsoft Teams.