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    Enhanced scheduling experience in Teams #128 – 365 Message Center Show

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show *Stay tuned to the end for a special interview with Susan Hanley, SharePoint consultant & Microsoft MVP, concerning default SharePoint sharing links that can now default to people with existing access* You can find Sue on Twitter, her blog, and on Computer World. Meetings are a core experience in Microsoft Teams. In the early days of the release of Teams, scheduling a meeting was a simple but limited experience. Today, the meeting scheduling form in Teams is just about at parity with the Outlook on the web scheduling form. This release gives more options for the meeting organizer. Search from the location…

  • OneDrive Storage Quota Metrics Office 365

    How to Increase Your OneDrive Storage Limit

    As your user's storage needs grow, they may find themselves needing more than the default storage allotment. Via the OneDrive Admin Center, Microsoft provides a way to increase the storage quota for your Office 365 tenant. However this change does not apply to existing users in your Office 365 tenant. So you may be asking: how do I increase my storage limit on OneDrive in Office 365? Read on! How do I check my OneDrive quota? In the video below, I show how a user can check their storage quota, as well as how you can check your Office 365 tenant quota. What is the capacity of OneDrive? Office 365's…

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    RSS feed updates for Microsoft 365 Roadmap individual features #127 – 365 Message Center Show

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show If you're patiently waiting for a coming feature in #Microsoft365, use the new feature level RSS feed in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap. One we've been waiting for is more of the SharePoint library experience in the #MicrosoftTeams Files tab. Add the RSS feed to your favorite reader and keep watch. Also in this week's show: – Outlook on the Web: Sync with Sticky Notes – Power Automate to approve hub-site joins – Power Apps custom forms integration with SharePoint libraries, still rolling out. – ZapEnabled parameter in HostedContentFilterPolicy cmdlets retirement. Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover…

  • Users Can Now Buy Office 365 Licenses via Self-Service

    Users Can Now Buy Office 365 Licenses via Self-Service

    As announced last year by Microsoft, Office 365 now allows any user in your organization to purchase a license for Power BI Pro. As Message Center post MC193609 announced, Power BI Pro is available for self-service purchase beginning on January 14th, 2020. The current price for a Power BI Pro license with annual agreement is $9.99 USD. The other Power Platform tools, Power Automate and Power Apps, will be available for self-service purchase by your users on January 28th, 2020. Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions! Why not allow self-service? There are a few reasons why you might want to disable the ability for your users to purchase licenses…

  • SharePoint Fest Discount Code is: GLENN100

    SharePoint Fest Discount Code

    Are you looking for a conference to meet top speakers, learn about Microsoft 365 technologies, and get free one-on-one guidance on your implementation? SharePoint Fest is the place to be! Discount Code is GLENN100 To get $100 off of SharePoint Fest, use the code GLENN100 when registering – or just click the link above to have the code pre-filled for you! SharePoint Fest Covers All of Microsoft 365 The conference may have ‘SharePoint' in its title, but it is so much more than just document management! Come learn Microsoft Teams, Power BI, Power Automate, Microsoft Graph, Yammer, Office, and more! #SPFestDC #SPFest SharePoint Fest Washington DC is April 13 –…

  • Office ‘What’s New’ Management #126 – 365 Message Center Show

    The What's New feature in Office displays short notifications and links to help for new features arriving in Office for Windows. This management feature is now in preview. Also in this week's show: – Updated Kaizala administration roles – Discover Office files in Outlook for Android – Updated Consent flow for custom Kaizala Action – Microsoft Teams Priority Notifications promotion extended to April 1 – eDiscovery for Yammer – Announce when dial-in users join/leave a Microsoft Teams meeting – Lobby control for dial-in attendees in Microsoft Teams – Updated FindTime back-end service (bumped again for visibility) Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell Webster as they cover the latest messages in the…

  • Email notifications for comments & @mentions in Office #125 – 365 Message Center Show

    On episode 125 of The 365 Message Center Show, we'll discuss all 14 new updates in the Microsoft 365 Message Center. – Office 365 Video to Microsoft Stream migration – retirement date and timelines – New features coming to the Office 365 app launcher and Office.com – Outlook on the web, new mobile browser experience – FindTime, updating back-end service – Outlook on the web – Files view – Office 2016 for Mac end of mainstream support – Teams meeting policies update – Custom search results pages for SharePoint sites – Image resizing in the modern SharePoint experience – SharePoint page difference visualization – Global reader experience in new SharePoint…

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    SQL Saturday Nashville 2020

    My first event of the year will be one of my favorites – SQL Saturday Nashville on January 18th, 2020. The day will be filled with learning and networking – the sessions span many categories: BI Architecture & Management Database Administration PowerShell BI Analytics and Visualization Cloud Database/Application Development & Deployment Data Science Database & Application Development Professional Development My session will focus on keeping up with all the changes that are happening in Office 365. Make sure you register soon before the event fills up! Sponsorships are also available!

  • Teams-Outlook Email Integration #124 – 365 Message Center Show

    There's 6 new Teams-Outlook email integrations coming. On episode 124 of The 365 Message Center Show, we'll discuss all 6 and the other messages from this past week's delivery. – Clutter for Outlook retirement – Microsoft Search Change to suggested Q&As – Microsoft Teams coming to existing installs for Semi-Annual Channel customers – Fluid Framework Preview for creating Fluid documents – Teams-Outlook email integrations – Retention labels, proof of disposal for records – A new account management experience in the Admin Center Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell Webster as they cover the latest messages in the #Microsoft365 Message Center. We’d like to thank our sponsor – Valo Intranet. Like us,…