There are again several changes in Microsoft Teams Roadmap. While the latest info is found always at the roadmap I copy here the list of most recent changes for easier big picture. One big change, affecting lots of people, is the Virtual Breakout Rooms schedule which has been updated to November 2020. So what's changed … Continue reading Roadmap watch: latest modifications to Microsoft Teams Roadmap
Microsoft Whiteboard got nice improvements to both Teams and web-version during the summer. In this post you can see what the improvements are and how they work together with the Whiteboard app. First, the most important improvements Write text anywhere in Whiteboard at Teams & webAdd & edit notes in the whiteboardMove objects in the … Continue reading The better and improved Teams Whiteboard
Live Events are becoming more and more popular. They are however limited in collaboration side: you can interact with audience using Q&A functionality (they ask questions, you answer them). What about Whiteboards or OneNotes and Live Events? Note: No, you can't share OneNote to Live Event in a way that everyone could collaborate and ink … Continue reading Live Events, Whiteboards & one live OneNote.
I have written several articles about Microsoft Whiteboard in this blog. I really enjoy using Whiteboard for several reasons (innovative, fun, included in every Teams meeting, has great features) but there is a similar flaws in it currently than with Teams Wiki or Meeting Notes - it is not enterprise ready as a collaboration tool … Continue reading Why to OneNote instead of Whiteboard?
Using Microsoft Whiteboard in meeting is easy and I have written a couple of blogs about that earlier: https://myteamsday.com/2019/11/19/how-to-use-whiteboard-in-teams-meetings/ and https://myteamsday.com/2020/03/21/how-to-whiteboard-in-teams-meetings-efficiently-ii/ If you want to start using Whiteboard with your team in channels you can do so. In this blog I explain how you can start using that but also what needs to be noted … Continue reading How to use Microsoft WhiteBoard in teams and channels
Are you aware that every Microsoft Teams meeting includes a Microsoft Whiteboard that you can use before, during and after the meeting? When you create a meeting you can access the Whiteboard even before the meeting has started. All you need to do is to open the meeting chat and click on the Whiteboard tab, … Continue reading How to use Whiteboard in Teams meetings