Microsoft List on Teams

Hi there Today I'm walking you through the Microsoft Lists (Lists on Microsoft Teams) There are three main views for lists: grid, gallery, and calendar. The primary grid view includes rows and columns that can be configured and reordered. Gallery view will largely be used for lists that include images, and calendar is ideal for … Continue reading Microsoft List on Teams

Teams: add phone to users.

Hi there In this article we're adding phone to users that allows them to make and receive calls to PSTN using a local DID. Prerequisites have a Microsoft 365 Phone System - Virtual User available for E3 users (E5 users don't need this) have a Microsoft 365 Domestic Calling Plan for E3 or E5 users … Continue reading Teams: add phone to users.

Microsoft Teams – Pilot tips #2

Hi thereThis article will cover a crucial tip to succeed on a Microsoft Teams Alpha or Pilot phase on a project regarding to interoperability between Skype for Business Online and Microsoft Teams.During an Alpha/Pilot phase we kept the client environment as follows:Teams Upgrade mode: islands (all users that are not part of the Pilot are … Continue reading Microsoft Teams – Pilot tips #2

Microsoft Teams – Pilot tips #1

Hi thereWith the covid-19 pandemic we have seen home users, companies and government working hard to follow along with with all needs and changes that this moment has brought to us globally. One of the biggest challenges it's to keep people working from home with security, collaboration using great technologies and Microsoft Teams is playing … Continue reading Microsoft Teams – Pilot tips #1

Teams – Locations

Hi theretoday I'm talking about Microsoft Teams Locations and demonstrating how to use powershell script to populate subnets and trusted public ips.Microsoft Teams Locations are dividing into:Reporting Labels: Reporting labels are used to give an IP subnet a name that links it to a physical location such as offices, buildings, or organizational sites within your … Continue reading Teams – Locations