I put together this demonstration to run through the Syntex Form Processing model creation process. I also triggered a Power Automate flow to perform additional processing using some of the outputs of my model.
I created this short video to provide an introductory overview of this functionality. As you’ll see it’s really easy to configure from an admin perspective and the resulting “Call” tab automatically appears in the assigned Teams Channel.
This video does exactly what it says on the tin! I created this snapshot of the tools available in the Microsoft Teams Admin Console to share with anyone who was new to this topic.
There are loads of technically minded people out there who are not familiar with PowerShell and who are Microsoft Teams owners. This post is aimed at these folks.
As you may already be aware the shift from “classic” Stream to “new” Stream, which uses OneDrive for Private Teams Meetings (Channel Meetings use SharePoint) has been ongoing since last year. To give you a taster I’ve put together a 2 minute video.
If you’ve not used it before it’s worth taking a look as it works! All you need to do is to register and configure your profile settings. You should be up and running in minutes and the link you need is: https://calendar.help/
Even though they may have Microsoft Calling Plan use rights some customers/partners may still want to assign an on-premises phone number to one or more of their users.
This feature is especially useful in a Front Line worker or Operational environment when staff have to take breaks or are not on their shift. Using Tags they can let colleagues know who is covering for them.
Microsoft Teams Channel Calendars provide a simple way to track meetings for a specific channel community. Entries are also integrated into personal calendars so individual’s always have a single source of truth for their daily schedules.
On-network conferencing for Microsoft Teams is simply the ability to make calls to Audio Conferencing Service numbers across an organisation’s Direct
The Microsoft Teams Approval App uses the underlying Power Automate infrastructure but makes it really easy for end users to create and use approvals directly from their Teams Channels, Chats or from the Approval App itself.
The video demonstration below provides a basic overview of how I created the sensitivity labels and the associated policy that I used during my Part 1 of 2: The End User Experience post.
One way of providing end users the ability to choose their Guest policy as they create (or edit) a team is via the assignment of a Sensitivity Label.