One very often heard challenge with Teams is that it is difficult to handle work when you have to use multiple identities (accounts). Usually you have your homebase (home tenant) where you have your work account. And I agree - using Teams with just one account is the most simple use case. However, it is … Jatka lukemista Survival Guide to Microsoft Teams with multiple accounts
You may already be aware that you can export a PowerApps to Teams. In case you haven't heard about this part check this URL: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/add-your-canvas-apps-to-teams/ However, the real interest is in what we can do with PowerApps once we have uploaded the application to Teams App Catalog. You need to figure out, before progressing, a … Jatka lukemista Adding PowerApps as Teams application to Teams via Graph API
There are lots of interesting features of Teams that ought to come out during the first two quarters of 2020. I know we all are waiting for a few of them, like multiwindow functionality and new Tasks application. What I really look forward and hope multiwindow fulfills the need to "spread out" the meeting to … Jatka lukemista What's next on Teams' radar
While there has been possible to create personal approvals using Power Automate, there is also a possibility to divert those requests to Team Channel and so anyone who is a member of that team can approve the request. This can create speed, transparency and flexibility into decision making - especially if there is any discussion … Jatka lukemista Approvals in Team Channel using Power Automate and Adaptive Cards
Have you thought about creating a private channel in Teams using a API? Yes, it is possible to do so in case you were wondering is that really supported or not. Using Graph Explorer is simple, fast and easy for this testing. First you need to figure out a few IDs: Team ID (for example … Jatka lukemista Create a Teams Private Channel using Graph API and Power Automate (Flow)
Year 2020 is here tomorrow. Or most likely - when you are reading this - it is no longer the dark/inspiring future but the exciting present day. I thought it would be nice to take a look what is cooking and boiling for Teams during next year. But first, looking from 80s, 90s 00s and … Jatka lukemista What is cooking for Teams 2020?
Teams Presence information is now available via Graph API beta interface. It is fairly simply to test using Graph Explorer by calling /beta/me/presence. Note: you will need to give a admin consent to these API calls. You can not do this with delegated user permissions. You may want to refer for Presence API documentation in … Jatka lukemista Testing Microsoft Teams Graph Presence API