12 Days of Microsoft Teams Recap
Happy New Year everyone! We’re kicking off 2021 with a recap of one of our most popular blog series. We threw a lot out there for everyone to absorb in December and as a present, we’ve wrapped it up into one package so you can start the new year off and running. Enjoy our 12 pro-tips for a happy Microsoft Teams universe, visible from the comfort of your desk.
An etiquette checklist to help you avoid being a Microsoft Teams Cottenheaded Ninnymuggins. No matter the size of your organization, follow these rules to avoid frustration.
A helpful guide to trimming up your Microsoft Teams stuff, even if they’re not bingle balls and Whofoo fluff.
A loving reminder that no matter how far away you roam, for the holidays you can’t beat home sweet home…sites.
More room to work! To help reduce your team’s frustrations, Microsoft Teams increases limitations.
Want better connections than a Hollywood agent? Microsoft is making spirits bright with New Beta Endpoints in Graph API.
This our best Rudolph impression. Microsoft Teams with your search so vast, help me find my information fast!
This will last a lifetime…or until you run out of space to store it. Whichever comes first.
Here’s a riddle: What do a bird, fancy handwriting, and questionnaires have in common? Hint: there’s an app for that.
Want the feeling of being together again? Joy and Prosperity Abound When We Gather ‘Round…in Together Mode.
Our helpful guide to avoiding a coal-filled stocking: How to stay off the Naughty List using Governance tools for Microsoft Teams.
A poem for you:
As our series nears its end,
we present a few ways Microsoft Teams can transcend.
Teams fans we most certainly are,
but here’s what’s left us wishing on a star.
Day 12: Give the Gift of Well-being Via MS Teams | Maybe well-being, perhaps, means a little bit more…
Here’s something that employees from 1-92 will enjoy. Maybe employee well-being, we thought, doesn’t come from a score, maybe … well-being … perhaps means a little bit more.
Looking for more Microsoft Teams tips or best practices? Have something to add to our list? A PixelMill Teams expert would love to chat!