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In this episode, the team is at Microsoft Ignite 2019 to discuss the major milestones projected and delivered in Microsoft Teams for 2018-2019. Tune in to see how Teams has evolved and what the future of communications looks like as more Team developments on the Intelligent Communications along with the top 5 takeaways and impacted features announced at Ignite 2019.

Keep watching for a Special guest flyby

Wow 30 episodes since Ignite 2018! In the episode the team discusses what we all are doing and looking forward to at Ignite 2019.

Habib's Theater Session THR2012 Microsoft Teams: Personal call routing Wed 3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

O365 Eh! Podcast recording: Microsoft Teams How did we get here? Thursday 1:10 pm - 2:10 pm The Hub: Podcast Booth 2

Come find us if you want to get our cool new sticker!

In this episode the team discusses the new updates and enhancements to Microsoft Teams calling and meeting experience.

 

In this episode, the team chats about Top 5 usability questions in Microsoft Teams some challenges, ways around them and advice.

In this episode the teams goes unplugged with our guest Karuana Gatimu, Lead for Customer Advocacy Group for Microsoft Teams Engineering

In this episode the team discusses the latest announcements around Skype for Business Online, Audio Conferencing Providers retiring.

  • What does that mean to your business?
  • What will happen to your on-premises environment?
  • Why you should start planning your upgrade?

Check out Episode #10 and Episode #12 for more detailed information on Audio Conferencing Providers.

Resources:

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams-Blog/Skype-for-Business-Online-to-Be-Retired-in-2021/ba-p/777833

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams-Blog/Skype-for-Business-phones-3PIP-support-with-Microsoft-Teams/ba-p/789351

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/skypeforbusiness/legal-and-regulatory/end-of-integration-with-3rd-party-providers

In this episode we discuss with our guest Anna Chu, Microsoft Senior Product Marketing Manager about the new Microsoft Ignite 2019 Community Call for content. With some tips and guides on how to submit your community session.

Call for Community Champions 

In an inclusive effort, the call for Community Champions will be open to members of all communities on July 9. We will be seeking:

  • Facilitators for 45-minute “Conversation Starter” sessions (this is an interactive discussion, limited to 50 attendees – you must have a reservation to attend)
  • Podcasters and Vloggers to record content in 60-minute timeslots (some may be selected by reviewers to deliver their recording live for attendees to listen into)
  • Community Reporters via an audition process

Those who are successfully selected for any one or more of these roles will be offered:

  • One full conference pass to Microsoft Ignite 2019
  • Up to 6 nights of hotel accommodation
  • Flight coverage (up to USD$600 for domestic and up to USD$2,000 for international itineraries)

Items not covered: Seat/flight upgrades, meals, ground transportation, broadband, telephony, bag/luggage fees, parking, car hire, gas, mileage for gas, any personal expenses, tips and gratuities.

Speaker Fees will not be offered as compensation for speaking at Microsoft Ignite 2019 as part of this Call for Content.

In this episode the teams goes unplugged with Principal Program Manager Scott Stubberfield as we capture his insight and experiences in the field working with large O365 enterprise customers.

 

In this episode the team discusses our current activities with Microsoft Teams, from deployments , governance, management, software development.

In this episode such as episode 36 , we recap some of the major features that were announced at Sharepoint Conference 2019 around SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams, Planner, Stream, Search, Office.  We definitely had to search multiple sources for some more details on these announcements see below for the references.