Category: Training & Adoption

Find File Versions in MS Teams

Yes, you can view version history of files in MS Teams! Over the past few months, I have been actively volunteering my time at virtual community events sharing knowledge and best practices for end users and IT Pros in #MicrosoftTeams. The most popular session thus far is – “Empower your Organization with MS Teams and

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Teams Detox for the Holidays

As I reflect back on the year, the prominence of Teams in my life has become quite apparent. I am likely not the only one who wakes up to Teams before Outlook, and I am likely not the only one who spends 75% of my day in Teams. Given the holidays have arrived, I would

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Email meet MS Teams – Teams meet Email

Does your typical day look something like… Outlook, Alt + Tab – Teams, Alt + Tab – Outlook, Alt + tab Teams. Add in a few more applications to flip through in between, and that sums up the day of the average corporate employee. (minus coffee, lunch, coffee, coffee breaks) According to McKinsey, high-skill knowledge

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The beginners guide to AI in the workplace with Office 365

One of the biggest struggles employees are facing in today’s world of a digital and modern workplace is – fear. Fear of changing the way we are accustomed to working, the way our brains think, the way we complete repetitive tasks, and the fear of allowing a machine, an intelligent machine, to take over jobs.

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Adoption and SharePoint migrations – it’s a thing!

The majority of organizations are starting to dip their feet in Office 365 and SharePoint Online, and have realized it’s time to get serious about the dreaded migrations. A good friend of mine, Joanne Klein has posted an incredibly easy-to understand infographic for those of you prepping for migrations from Shared Drives and/or SharePoint on-premises.

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Training a team on Microsoft Teams – for reals.

I would like to start by saying, this post will include the word teams multiple times, with varying contexts. If this is confusing to you – you are not alone! I have trained an abundance of users in Microsoft Teams over the past year, within large national corporations and small businesses. The biggest hurdle for

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