Posts for Microsoft Teams

Teams governance

Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - December 23, 2022

It is a crucial factor in maximizing the value and ROI of Teams, as it helps to ensure that the platform is being used effectively and efficiently and is aligned with the overall goals and objectives of the organization. With good Teams governance, organizations can save resources, causing users confusion…

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MAKE SEARCH BIG AGAIN! What’s the most awaited bugfix in theย #MicrosoftTeams? Fix the improved search results experience!!!

Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - November 16, 2022

I believe sometime end of last year Microsoft has introduced the improved search function, where you could search for something and then search would return the single message you were searching for without ability to scroll up or down in the chat. So If you know you written something above…

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Breaking permissions in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams, Office 365 - Frane Borozan - November 7, 2022

Do you know how to break permissions in #MicrosoftTeams? Is it possible to break Permission inheritance in the #MicrosoftTeams like we use to do it in the #SharePoint? In #SharePoint when we break permissions for a list or document library that means the permissions from the parent are not inherited…

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#MicrosoftTeams Shared channels challenges

Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - October 24, 2022

Now that shared channels have moved into the production for couple of months I have few worries about #MicrosoftTeams Shared Channels (aka B2B direct connect): Shared channels require both administrators to setup trust โ€“ this is pain in the a** and practically slows down process a lot as both sides…

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#MicrosoftTeams Adds Support for scheduling chat messages

Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - October 3, 2022

#MicrosoftTeams Adds Support for scheduling chat messages ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ’ฅ ย  One of the most requested features in the teams is scheduled messages. It’s basically the same thing as delay delivery in Outlook. Messages can be typed and then by the right click on the send (or on mobile you can long…

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Microsoft Teams Shared channel review

Microsoft Teams Shared channel review

Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - September 13, 2022

Streamline your work with Microsoft Teams Shared channel: bring together the right teammates and information: all in one place, the right way.

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Is your #MicrosoftTeams client slow sometimes and you need to clear cache? ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿข

Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - August 12, 2022

Is your #MicrosoftTeams client slow sometimes? ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿข ย  Do you experience any of the following: Teams is performing slow whatever you do in the application click on the users or channels takes forever to change screen your status wonโ€™t change missing messages in channels because channels are not bolded Teams…

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Azure AD internal guest users

Azure, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, Office 365 - Frane Borozan - July 12, 2022

Did you know you can have an internal guest user? To be honest, I haven’t ever used an internal guest user, I would always use an internal account with fewer privileges (meaning giving access only to resources the account needs to have access to). There are for types of the…

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Cross tenant access type: B2B direct connect sign in logs

Microsoft Teams, Uncategorized - Frane Borozan - June 17, 2022

There is no way of telling quickly who is accessing through the B2B direct connect in the Purview audit search. If you want to check out B2B direct connect users in the Microsoft teams you need to look for the logs in the Azure AD sign-in logs: Open Azure AD…

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Do you know what is the Azure B2B direct connect?

Microsoft Teams - Frane Borozan - April 29, 2022

Do you know what is B2B direct connect user used in Microsoft Teams?   Azure AD B2B direct connect is a new feature (currently in preview) that lets you setup a trust relationship with another Azure AD (or so-called federated trust before in the active directory, who remembers it and…

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