After last weeks post Microsoft Teams - Get all your team sites using PnP Powershell, Now my next attempt with the all new Microsoft Teams PowerShell. First steps first I had to install Microsoft Teams PowerShell. I hear you say : "Give me the Url for the installer!!!" No I'm not going to give that! Just … Continue reading Microsoft Teams – Get all YOUR teams using PowerShell ( Part 2) – Resolved!
Today, I wanted to get a full overview of all the Microsoft Teams teams sites that I have in my tenant. I decided to put PnP PowerShell to the test for this. I found that Get-PnPTenantSite didn't include my team sites and therefore I had to look for different options. Quite quickly I found a … Continue reading Microsoft Teams – Get all your Team sites using PnP PowerShell!
Within Microsoft Teams it is possible to create new teams if you have sufficient permissions to create a new Office 365 Group. However, what happens if you don't have enough permissions to create a group? What if you want to create a team and use an existing group? Currently you can see the Add team … Continue reading Microsoft Teams – How to create a Team when you can’t create Office 365 groups?
So it's all about teams and groups in Office 365 nowadays. But what should you use when and why should we use all these different options? Well it's confusing at least. In this article I'm going through the following options available in Office 365 and I'll describe my first experiences with the new Microsoft Teams. So … Continue reading First SharePoint Team Sites then Office 365 Groups and now Microsoft Teams
Today I tried to create a new site. That's easy! No blog needed for that. When I clicked on Ok I got: Sorry, something went wrong "teams" cannot be used as a site name. Site names cannot contain certain reserved words and cannot begin with an underscore. Please enter a different name. Technical Details Aaahhh, … Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint creating sites with the name ‘teams’