Category: Microsoft Teams

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Microsoft Teams chat grey and blue icons explained

Onboarding people to Teams in these #WFH (Work From Home) times is exciting! I get questions that I haven’t even thought about, or that I just didn’t see. One of those questions is why there are grey and blue icons in the Teams chat. What is the difference and how do I get this icon? …

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10 Ideas that prove #WFH doesn’t have to be boring

Office 365 Distilled ep 21: Community is awesome… from SPS Belgium

Steve and Marijn act as roaving reporters on SPS belgium! We are also becoming whisky snobs.. We did a live podcast, which didn’t go as well as we thought.. People had a long day, sound was not good from the back and Steve was on a roll. So let’s not try that again 🙂 Numbers …

Minimum viable license: external Teams owner

A customer, who is the intermediate party between the governement and organisation working in a specific sector wants to use Microsoft Teams as the preferred way of communicating with those organisations. They are planning to use a Teams for HR, Communications, IT and other common fields that sector wants support in. The intermediate party only …


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Office 365 Distilled ep2: Microsoft Teams & a nice bourbon

Welcome to another laid back, chill, distilled conversation about Office 365 and end with a nice Bourbon! We had an awesome turnout for our first episode, over 85 plays! Let us know what your thoughts were about our first episode and this second one in the comments, or talk to us on twitter: @marijnsomers and …