Thanks to the power of *dun, dun, dun* THE CLOUD…we are able to work from any place, at any time. While that is great for flexibility, being “always on” can become exhausting. Luckily, Microsoft has introduced Quiet Hours in the Microsoft Teams mobile app so we can make sure our work/life balance stays in check.
Tag Archives: Office365
What I’m hoping to see at Ignite 2018
As Microsoft Ignite 2018 nears, I am busy preparing my schedule for the week. Part of that preparation is planning for discussions I would like to have with product group members, MVPs, and other peers. I also have some other things that I either think (hope) will happen, or at least want to hear more about. Without further ado, here are 5 things I’m either hoping for or looking forward to at Ignite this year: Continue reading
How to Restore Deleted Files or Revert to Previous Versions When Using the Free Version of Microsoft Teams
In a previous blog post, we discussed how to restore a deleted file or previous version of a file using the fully licensed version of Microsoft Teams. However, when using the free version the process is not exactly the same. You may notice that when looking through the options for your channel, the “Open in SharePoint Online” option does not exist. Continue reading
Restoring Deleted Files or Reverting to Previous Versions in Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams has been a great tool for providing a better communication channel for our team. What happens, though, when someone deletes a file from a channel and you need to get it back? There is also a scenario where incorrect changes are made to a file and you need to restore a previous version. There isn’t currently a way to restore files or versions natively in the Teams app. Continue reading
Finding Members & Owners of an Office 365 Group or Microsoft Team
As Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams continues to explode in popularity, the ability to explore and control resources in large scale is becoming more apparent. While there are some basic controls available, those specifically included in the Teams PowerShell Beta module leave a lot to be desired. The Teams module currently only allows you to get information about Teams that you are actually in, thus very limited in the benefits to an administrator.
One of the tasks I have come across is the need to get a list of Teams, along with the members and owners of each. Continue reading