This week we’re talking about our one of our favourites – Microsoft Teams. Hard not to of course when we’ve supported so many clients with Teams migration. And the platform keeps on getting fab new updates:
- Make sure you’re regularly reviewing your Microsoft Teams to check they’re still relevant and active. If you need to archive a Team use the ever-useful Tom Arbuthnot’s guide – and think about following Tom on Twitter.
- Do you have a templated style to create a standardized approach to Microsoft Teams? If you let each project owner build their own team differently, you could make it tough for colleagues who work across different projects
- Put together an archive strategy for the content you put in Microsoft Teams. Teams should be more a temporary project space in many situations and use your wider SharePoint for effective document storage and records.
- Who can set up new Microsoft Teams in your company? Have you managed your permissions in the back end to make sure you’re on top of creating new sites. You don’t want Teams sprawl!
- Keep your own Microsoft Teams desktop in order by pinning channels. It helps you track the activity that’s most important to you.
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