The new sharing experience is rolling to Microsoft Teams chat. When you drop/upload/select a file to be shared you can now define what the recipient can do with the file. This makes it possible to share files and prevent others from downloading them. And yes - this comes from the OneDrive so this capability is … Continue reading New file sharing experience: review / block download in Teams chat
It is always fun to check what Microsoft Teams features are available in Public Preview. To my surprise this time it was the Presenter Mode! Only one of modes is there: Standout but I think it will be very often used one. This means that I need to start thinking how slides are built, so … Continue reading Presenter Mode (standout) is in Public Preview!
Microsoft Build (#MSBuild if you tweet / post to social about it) information is flowing.. fluiding in! I especially love the way Collaborative applications are presented in one picture. Collaborative Experiences is a great term - ties up nicely with Employee Experience. This blog post focuses on announcements and news around Microsoft Teams. Picture from … Continue reading Microsoft Teams News and Announcements at Microsoft Build #MSBuild
Microsoft Teams announcements and news at Microsoft Build (#MSBuild if you tweet / post to social about it) focus on more at extensibility and how these result in the benefit of people using Teams. There are lots of interesting features that will make applications more rich and more versatile in Teams. One of those announcements … Continue reading How to build your own Together Mode scene to Microsoft Teams. Without coding! #NoCode
I was lucky enough to get my hands to Surface Duo device for a month. Surface Duo is a dual-screen mobile "phone" that can also be called a Modern Work Productivity Device. There has been quite a many of reviews of the device in the social for some time so I don't dive into phone … Continue reading Surface Duo : a modern employee experience device
Video control (ability to disable) attendee video is rolling to Microsoft Teams meetings. This will be possible to set in meeting options (not rolled out yet) and seems to be present only in Teams Desktop app at the moment. It tells that the rollout is in early steps and you can not prepare this in … Continue reading How to disable attendee video/camera in Microsoft Teams meetings
I got the honor to be speaking and in "virtual booths" at Microsoft Build next week. You can find me and my friends hosting a Table Talk on Tuesday, right after Satya Nadella's keynote! #MSBuild Unleash the power of Dataverse with Microsoft Teams9:30am PDT/Seattle5:30pm GMT/UK6:30pm CEST/Central Europe7:30pm EEST/Finland The space is limited on Table Talks … Continue reading I am speaking at Microsoft Build 25. – 27.5.2021!
Plenty of Webinar features have rolled into Microsoft Teams recently! Earlier the support for "overflow" meetings (=view-only attendees) have been followed by large meetings (1K) and now also registration support. What is still on the waiting list is the attendee engagement information. Some facts to get started Included in E3, E5, Business Standard, Business Premium … Continue reading How to create Webinars with Microsoft Teams
Hello my dear readers! I am presenting my Microsoft Teams what's new & upcoming webinar tomorrow. In this webinar I go through latest Microsoft Teams features and information and there are plenty of live demos in it. Since this is a Sulava (my employer) webinar I have also a few company slides in it and … Continue reading I am hosting Teams Spotlight Webinar tomorrow: Tuesday 18th at 9am CEST
You can easily present your PowerPoint directly to Teams meeting using PowerPoint Desktop. This makes it very easy to project your presentation directly to Team meeting that is open. This is most of all about usability and an another skill in PowerPoint Live's big hat. You need to have a meeting open in Microsoft Teams … Continue reading How to present from PowerPoint desktop directly to Microsoft Teams meeting
I have heard from various people, in various situations, that they would love to have a feature for Microsoft Teams that would allow them to reply to a message - but the reply would be sent later. That capability has in fact been there since last autumn, but it is now easier to add than … Continue reading How to reply to a Teams message with delay
If you are using Microsoft Teams in Public Preview then you can already try out Approvals application integration with eSign using Adobe Sign provider. It has been stated that more providers will be added in the future. However Adobe Sign is a very popular service so it is a good way to get started with … Continue reading How to use Microsoft Teams Approvals with eSign: Adobe Sign
Approval Templates are now available for testing in Microsoft Teams Public Preview. You may have to ask your administrator to enable Public Preview for you - or just wait a little longer until feature is fully tested before it rolls to generally available production. However if you are the one sharing information in your organization … Continue reading How to create and use Approval templates in Microsoft Teams