Erwin Bierens

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Microsoft Teams - Live Events

Live Events With Microsoft Teams live events, users in your organization can broadcast video and meeting content to large online audiences. Teams delivers chat-based collaboration, calling, meetings, and with live events, so you can expand the audience of your meetings. Teams live events is an extension of Teams meetings, enabling users to broadcast video and meeting content to a large online audience. These are meant for one-to-many communications where the host of the event is leading the interactions and audience participation is primarily to view the content shared by host.

Sending Audio Messages from the Mobile Teams client

Sending Audio Messages You are now able to record and send audio messages on the Teams mobile clients. It works for both chat and channel conversations. Web and desktop clients will also support listening of the received audio clips. Audio message support has been a top customer ask since the early days of the product. (Link to uservoice)

How to use Microsoft Teams Templates

Working in project groups means standardize your workflow to work more efficient. Also this has a benefit for your employees to find everything in the same place and structure. Create a Team based on a template. In Microsoft Teams go to “Join or create a team”. Select “Create team” Click “Create a team using an existing team as a template”. Now select your base template that you want to copy.

Changing your presence from the Teams Desktop Client

Last week Microsoft released the a small but in my opinion a fundamental feature that i was using many times a day in Skype for Business. It’s now possible to change your presence status from either the system tray menu or buttons below the Aero thumbnail and changing the presence from the menu (via profile picture) also still exists. Aero thumbnail [caption id=“attachment_1989” align=“alignnone” width=“275”] Aero Thumbnail[/caption] System Tray Menu [caption id=“attachment_1990” align=“alignnone” width=“356”] System Tray[/caption]

Microsoft Teams administrator roles

Microsoft has created four new roles specifically for admins responsible for Microsoft Teams. RolesĀ give people in your organization permission to do specific tasks in the Microsoft 365 admin center. This new admin roles are now available to assign in your Microsoft 365 admin center or by using PowerShell. Teams service admin Can manage all aspects of Microsoft Teams except license assignment. This includes policies for calling, messaging, and meetings; use of call analytics tools to troubleshoot telephony issues, and management of users and their telephony settings.