Teams include System Audio in Presentations and Desktop Sharing

Teams include System Audio in Presentations and Desktop Sharing In most of the presenations, you include e.g. Videos or other audio sources. With Microsoft Teams your are able to include the involved audio. Upon you start sharing your screen, you have to include the system audio by clicking the check box on top of your sharable option. marked in a green box.

User Adoption - Important Announcement

Hi my fellow Teams interested community. Today I have to make an important announcement. From today onwards, I will primarily focus on User Adoption. How Businesses can benefit, well how users can benefit, from a central technology platform like Microsoft Teams. Technology is moving still fast, here I'm thinking it is very important to care about the efficiency of driving businesses to the next level and participiate positivly from those modern service. Hope you will be excited like me, seeing what is possible and how to do this. Cheers Thomas

Teams Open Federation

OPEN FEDERATION in Microsoft TEAMS With Microsoft Teams, there is an important difference configuring OPEN FEDERATION . While in Skype for Business, it was a simple Option: Off, Open with blocked Domains or Blocked with Allowed Domaind In Teams, it is different. Team Open Federation is activ by default ! Soon you are adding a "Allowed Domain", the Open Federation is revoked. Only Federation with users in the allowed Domain list is possible ! SOLUTION: Remove all Allowed Domains in Teams Admin Portal Different with Blocked Domains, here the Open Federation will be kept, but blocked Domains are expluded from Federation! In Teams Admin Portal, you will find the Statement About Federation. External access lets your Teams and Skype for Business users communicate with other users that are outside of your organization. By default, your organization can communicate with all external domains. If you add blocked domains, all other domains will be allowed but if y

Teams Phone System with Office 365 Premium

With Teams you can add PSTN Calling.  Making Teams a high end telephony system.  Microsoft offer different opportunities in Cloud licensing. If you are less then 300 user in your company, you can chose from Office 365 Business in Essential or Premium. If you want to include. eg. Windows 10, you can chose Microsoft 365 Business. Now there are two options available in Teams: Audio Conferencing Add-On - allowing to dail-in and -out from audio conferences Phone System Add-On - allowing to receive and place calls into the public PSTN Within the different plan from Microsoft on Office 365 E5 and Microsoft 365 E5 both options a included. In all other plans not, like E1, E3 or Business Important : in all Business plans , the above mentioned Add-On cannot be included. You must change the plan to Enterprise! I honestly don't know why is requirement exists, but you have to be in an Enterprise Plan. You will find the Microsoft statement here:

Private Channels in Microsoft Teams

Creating and managing Teams Private Channels: After waiting for some time, we finally have Private Channels in Teams. Upon creation a new Channel, you will have to choose the way how the channel should be created. NOTE: Private Channels are NOT for a Channel-Only approach. The private channel can only be limited on team members, which are part of the larger Team, the upper hierarchy . Standard: Everyone in the Team has access Private: Accessible only to dedicated groups or users Once the new Channel is created, you have to define the groups/ users who access will be granted to The Private Channel has "lock" symbol next to the channel name: All about ADOPTION: With Private Channel, a diverse discussion appeared, if those are necessary. In the mining of user adoption and compliance, this question has to be answered with a clear YES. I give a few examples how and where you could use Private Channels in a most successful way. Example1:

Moderating Teams Channels

Working with Moderated Channels in Teams: Beside of the upcoming Private Channels, in Teams you can control channel and messaging/ collaboration in multiple ways. The optimal control what a channel shall be for, is found under Managing Channel. You want to be able in the sense of Teams Adoption controlling (other words: optimizing) collaboration.  A channel can have multiple functions:  Information Channel  Information Channel with dedicated feedback  Moderated Channel  Controlling behavior of Guest  BOT or CONNECTOR controlled Those options provide us with a greater flexibility in optimization of Teams Usage. It will drive best user experience and archive an optimal approach for Business Processes and Information Flow within a Collaboration Platform. First you have to create a channel within the Team: After its creation, select the Manage channel option. The configuration windows start with controlling Guest behavior. You can restri