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  • Free Audio Conferencing for Microsoft Teams

    Free Audio Conferencing for Microsoft Teams

    Providing a call-in number for your meetings is a great way to make sure your attendees can join. Even if attendees can't use the Teams client, they can dial-in and participate. Microsoft Teams, via the Microsoft 365 Audio Conferencing add-in, allows your meeting organizers to provide a dial-in number for all attendees. Announced October 12th, 2020, Microsoft will provide a free Dial-in Audio Conferencing for Microsoft Teams option! How to Get the Free Audio Conferencing for Microsoft Teams Check out this video showing how to enable the free option! The offer details: You must order the add-on for each user you want to schedule a meeting with a dial-in number…

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    Prevent attendees from unmuting in Teams Meetings – #165

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show There are some Teams meetings you run where you wish you could have prevented attendees from unmuting. Education are happy to see this update. But it also makes it possible for organizations to run more controlled, large format meetings. Here what Daniel has to say as he covers this update. That is, if Darrell doesn't prevent him from unmuting as he organizes the meeting. – Prevent attendees from unmuting in Teams Meetings – OneNote feed in Outlook for the web – SharePoint: Organization chart web part – General availability of SharePoint Syntex – Introducing Designer in Word – Notifications coming to the…

  • M365 Cincinnati 2020 #M365Cincinnati

    M365 Friday Cincinnati 2020

    M365 Friday Cincinnati 2020 is occurring Friday October 23rd, 2020! The event will be virtual, and it will feature so many great sessions and speakers! My session, Using Your On-prem Data in a Cloud World, will showcase how you can use your data in Microsoft 365 no matter where it lives. The list of sessions is amazing with so many great speakers and sessions! Register and then check out all the sessions! Resources Using Your On-prem Data in a Cloud World – Cincinnati 2020 (Slides) Power Apps Community Plan

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    Microsoft Teams meeting recordings saved to OneDrive / SharePoint –  #164

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Sharing meeting recordings with guests is about to get easier. Microsoft Teams will soon record meetings to OneDrive or SharePoint. Then you can share the recording like to share any file with a guest. – New Power Automate for Teams – Microsoft Teams: meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePoint – Calendar view on Microsoft List and SharePoint Lists – Push notifications for work accounts in To Do – List creation from templates visual refresh – Introducing tags in the Message Center Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover the latest messages in the Microsoft 365 Message…

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    Introducing Microsoft Teams templates –  #163

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Create a new Microsoft Team based on a template and get your team off to the right start. 13 new base templates will soon be available to support activities such as managing a project, onboard employees. Use one of the 13 or as an admin, create your own template. Set channel structure, Team level settings, pin tabs and pre-install apps to show in a template.    #MSIgnite – Microsoft Teams: Windows 10 native notifications in Teams AND Introducing macOS native notifications in Teams – Introducing Microsoft Teams templates – Organizational branding of Teams custom apps store – Search Yammer using the Teams…

  • Microsoft Ignite 2020 #MSIgnite

    Microsoft Ignite Summary and Blogs

    Updated October 4th 2020 Microsoft Ignite 2020 took place September 22nd – 24th and there were MANY announcements and feature updates to go through. This post is for you to use a launching point to the Microsoft blog posts (and maybe others) showcasing all of the announcements and content shared at Microsoft Ignite this year. Microsoft Ignite Announcements There will were many announcements for Microsoft 365 technologies! These included Microsoft Teams, Azure, SharePoint, Office, Security, Power Platform, and more! There is a Microsoft Ignite book of news post that includes all announcements. I have added links to blog posts below to help give more information on the announcements, so read…

  • M365 Ottawa 2020 #M365Ottawa

    M365 Saturday Ottawa 2020

    I am happy to say I am speaking at the M365 Saturday Ottawa 2020 virtual event! The FREE event is happening October 17th, 2020 and will feature 40 other great speakers as well! My session, Gaining insights with Power BI, will highlight how you can get can utilize Power BI to see how your business is doing. The list of sessions is amazing with so many great speakers and sessions! Register and then check out all the sessions!   Resources Gaining Insights with Power BI – M365 Ottawa 2020 (Slides) Download Microsoft Power BI Desktop (non Windows Store version) Download Microsoft Power BI Desktop (Windows Store version) Microsoft on-premises data…

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    Microsoft Ignite Schedule Builder and a few other MC updates – #162

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Schedules. When they're live, we get dates and times and can make plans. In this episode we discuss a mysterious “2020 Release Wave 2” message you have to look at closer, the Gallery view for Microsoft Lists and SharePoint. We also talk about the #MSIgnite schedule builder going live, and our recommendations for sessions and tips for attending this colossal virtual conference. – Feature update: Gallery view in Microsoft Lists – New Feature: Inline message translation for Android – Microsoft Forms introduces a responder progress bar – Deployment schedule available for 2020 Release Wave 2 – #MSIgnite Schedule Builder, how to use…

  • M365 Saskatchewan 2020 #M365Sask

    M365 Saturday Saskatchewan

    * 10/3/2020 Updated at the bottom with resources from the session. M365 Saturday Saskatchewan 2020 is going virtual! The FREE event is happening October 3rd, 2020 and will feature some great content. 30 sessions in total along with a keynote by Jeff Teper! Session rooms are in the following categories: Microsoft 365 Development SharePoint Online Power Platform Microsoft Teams My session, Gaining insights with Power BI, is scheduled for 1:30pm local time / 2:30pm Central US time. The schedule is amazing with so many great speakers and sessions! Register and then check out all the sessions! Resources Gaining Insights with Power BI – M365 Saskatchewan 2020 (Slides) Download Microsoft Power…

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    Teams custom meeting images – #161

    This week on the 365 Message Center Show Welcome your attendees with your organization's logo in Microsoft Teams meeting lobby and pre-join screens. This small change confirms the organization the meeting is being hosted by. Available to meeting organizers using an Advanced Communication license. – Teams custom meeting images – Introducing floating call controls in Teams meetings – Change to the minimum iOS system requirements for Outlook for iOS and watchOS – Teams meeting participant report updates – Updates to Discover name, feed in Outlook for iOS – Introducing Yammer reactions Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell as a Service Webster as they cover the latest messages in the Microsoft 365…