Day 2 was kicked off by details around Microsoft Viva followed by seemingly small details around Power Platform and Power BI (such as Excel Online’s integration with Power BI pivot tables and object-level security), Lists (offline mode, what!), and Dynamics (see the Day 1 Webinars announcement) — all of which are major features, but seemingly small compared to the Mixed Reality scenes of Mesh.
Martina Grom, M365 MVP and Regional Director, and CEO of atwork gmbh, joins the This Week In Teams podcast to talk about Microsoft Ignite Day 1 and the likely direction that the vision presented during this conference points Microsoft. We discuss the incredible and unusual mixed reality keynotes, shared channels, presentation modes, webinars, and Teams Meeting overflow, but we also talk about engagement, adoption, and the importance of planning when working in a platform like this.
In this episode we are joined by Microsoft MVP and Modern Work Lead for Meltlake, Karoliina Kettukari. In her daily duties, Karoliina focuses on adoption and true understanding of how the Microsoft Teams platform can help customers no only meet their business requirements but maintain a team spirit while remote working.
In this session of This Week in Teams, Craig Jahnke and Jay Leask invited Amanda Sterner to discuss the many features and enhancements that we’ve seen over the past few months within Microsoft Teams meetings which continue to enhance how Microsoft Teams meetings support a work-from-home environment.
On Friday, January 22, 2021, Chris Hoard, Office Apps & Services MVP, is presenting a session at M365 Friday California titled “Microsoft Teams App Management Fundamentals”. During this session he will dig into the concept of Teams as a Platform (TaaP) and share with administrators the fundamentals of managing third party apps to protect your data while providing end users the best overall experience.
In this episode, Craig and Jay discuss the top 12 Gifts of Teams – oh – we cover 12 categories of Teams with a recap some of the top releases of 2020, mixed with some of the classic features of #MicrosoftTeams and why they’re still so important
This Week in Teams Craig and Jay review the November 2020 “What’s New in Teams” blog and tell you what (we think) is most important! We’ll also tell you a little about why PowerApps is insanely cool, and maybe update you on our Christmas decorations.
Joy T. Apple, or Joy of SharePoint, took time with Craig & Jay to talk about the many considerations you should have when considering the Information Architecture of your Teams.
Jay and Craig talked about of the newest features rolling out, or soon to be rolling out for the Microsoft Teams platform from Lists to Breakout Rooms to Meeting Publishing and Ignite. There’s a lot to unpack, This Week in Teams.