• 365 Message Center Show #365MCS

    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…

  • 365 Message Center Show #365MCS

    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…