As you know, when on a Teams meeting, participants can raise their hand to notify the presenter they want to talk. The problem was when you have a big audience, it was not possible to follow who raised the hand first. Well, good news as now you can see a number associated with the raised […]
Teams client is now allowing end-user to discover feed in channels they are member of. The idea with this new feature is to simplify providing feeds from the various channels in one place instead of having to browse each individual channels. End-users can improve the feed by providing feedback using the ‘is this useful’ option
You can now clean up your activities feed in Teams by removing activity. You can only remove one activity at a time. Deployment is under way as per the below expected schedule: Target release expected completion by end of January Standard release starting early February and expected to be completed by mid February
If you are using Outlook on the Web (aka OWA or Outlook Web Access), you probably noticed when you could start/continue a Teams chat using the chat button available top right of OWA. But it is launching another page to use Teams on the web, making you leaving OWA. Well, good news as now you
Until now, when you wanted to create a new channel, you had first to access the Teams where you want to create the channel. Well, good news as now you can do it directly from the top level (the + sign shown on top of all your Teams). When creating the channel from the top
When using Teams to chat with someone, you already know you can use the @ symbol to add somebody else to the chat. Well, you now have an additional option available when using the @ symbol in chat: share contact’s details of somebody from your organization. This new option is being made available to
As you are probably aware a new Teams client (aka Teams client 2.0) has been made available earlier in October for both Windows and MacOS devices. End-users can choose to turn on the new Teams client using the ‘Try the new Teams’ option; or Teams administrators can use a Teams update policy to
As you know, Teams allows you to create various type of meetings – from one to one/group to webinar or Town Hall. You can also create Teams meeting from Outlook but until now the only meeting template from Outlook was the ‘meeting’. If you wanted to create a Town Hall or webinar meeting from Outlook,
You can now forward individual message from a chat. To do, just locate the conversation from the Chat section and locate the message (you received or have sent) to open the ellipsis and choose Forward.
Channel meetings are often missed as channel members may not be appropriately notified. Good news as you can now send individual meeting request to any channel members. When turning on this option when scheduling meeting, every member will get the invitation in their personal calendar.