Microsoft Teams at Ignite 2020

Microsoft offered a ton of information around Microsoft Teams on the first day in a couple of different sessions, which I will link to at the end of this blog post. I won’t be covering every single news part, but I will try to make a point for that huge news or things I thinkContinue reading “Microsoft Teams at Ignite 2020”

Rockstar Meetings in Microsoft Teams

Meetings in Microsoft Teams are probably something you spend a lot of time with, right? Maybe you are new to online meetings? You try to improve how you participate in them or even lead some online meetings in general? Microsoft MVP Matt Wade wrote a great ebook that touches on some good tips in generalContinue reading “Rockstar Meetings in Microsoft Teams”

Inspire 2020 – Book of News Abstract

After some exciting days with the people of Microsoft at the Inspire online event, I wanted to share my favorite announcements from the Book of news. It’s definitely worth some of your time to go through the Book of News in more detail, but here is my small conclusion! As you probably knew from followingContinue reading “Inspire 2020 – Book of News Abstract”

Outlook on the web news!

Outlook on the web gets some worthwhile features again! While many people still work in the classic client, some have already realized how valuable the smart little features of the online world can be! With the latest updates, Outlook on the web gets a few standard features that you might have missed already, which makesContinue reading “Outlook on the web news!”

3 quick Tips for Microsoft Teams

So, I have seen a bunch of home office setup photos with an open Microsoft Teams client in the last couple of days, and on nearly every picture I have seen something where I thought: “I wonder if the person knows this little tip or that little nugget!” I will cover three quick tips inContinue reading “3 quick Tips for Microsoft Teams”

How to use shared lists in Microsoft To Do

Microsoft To Do is a great app to organize your day to day work and keep track of your tasks! If you have not checked it out yet, you should definitely do now! The only requirement is, you have to use an exchange online mailbox. Microsoft To Do – What’s in it for you TheContinue reading “How to use shared lists in Microsoft To Do”

How to use Outlook Web App like you are used to

Back a few days ago, Microsoft published the Outlook Web App as a progressive web app. Basically, it means you can now install the OWA app in any chromium based browser (e.g., Google Chrome) as an app and use it in a more commonly way. Wait, why should I install a web app if IContinue reading “How to use Outlook Web App like you are used to”

Microsoft Teams and Yammer – better together or one fits all?

There is a lot of confusion around the use of Teams and Yammer, especially when it comes to the use of both in the same company. The initiative to write about this topic ignited after reading an exciting blog-post called “Yammer? I don’t need it – Teams is enough for me” published on LinkedIn. YouContinue reading “Microsoft Teams and Yammer – better together or one fits all?”

How to exceed your Microsoft Teams experience with polls and surveys!

Working with many people in a team can be very time-consuming when it comes to coordination. Microsoft Teams offers us super fast ways to work together and achieve our goals. Sometimes, however, the intent may not be clear yet, or there are still small open questions. Of course we can now ask a question inContinue reading “How to exceed your Microsoft Teams experience with polls and surveys!”

Microsoft Teams private channels – the good, the bad, the ugly!

It is pretty straightforward, right now the Microsoft Teams UserVoice post “Support for Private Channels“ has 23.592 upvotes which is by far the most in the whole Microsoft Teams UserVoice list. It is pretty clear that the people really want this feature to be released! Microsoft is taking their time releasing it, but it shouldContinue reading “Microsoft Teams private channels – the good, the bad, the ugly!”