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Calling all #Developers #MSTeamsDev #MSTeamsDev #Office365Dev!

Get ready to dev-level-up!  Register for the online Microsoft Developer Virtual Conference on March 25, 2020 to learn about Teams App Dev from O365Eh! Podcast members Curtis Johnstone & Michael LaMontagne.  They will do two instructive live demo sessions on the following subjects:

Develop & Deploy a Teams App

Microsoft Teams has emerged as the premier hub for teamwork where people actively connect and collaborate in real time to get things done.  Teams apps play an important role in this hub.  It enables users and groups to tailor and extend their Teams workspace by adding productivity apps from Microsoft, third-parties, and internal line of business apps (LOB).

Attend this session to learn all the key steps in implementing and deploying a Microsoft Teams Apps. A simple app will be developed and deployed from start to finish illustrating the use of the Teams App Studio, the App Consent process, and Setup and Permissions policies to make the app available.  The three different types of Teams apps will be covered – Microsoft, third-party, and LOB.

Teams & the Power Platform - Better Together

This session will be an instructive walk-through of integrating Microsoft Teams and the Power Platform so users and groups can work less, and get more done.

Attend this session to learn how easy it is to integrate a Power BI dashboard and a Power App into Teams.  You will also see first-hand how to leverage a Power Automate Connector, Actions, and Triggers to build a real life Meetings Digest App that integrates with Teams to make users more productive.

Microsoft Developer Conference

In this episode, we talk with Paul Woodsfounder of AdoptAndEmbrace.comand co-author of Adopt & Embrace Microsoft Teams"A manager's guide to communication, collaboration, and coordination with Microsoft Teams"

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Wishing everyone a great 2020, 2 years later we're still having a great time covering Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365! So for this episode, the team discusses the Top 5 Improved, Released, Announced in 2019 and Hoped for features in Microsoft Teams.

• Federation (v2)
• Meeting Roles (Presenter/Attendee)
• Enhanced Browser Support
• Meet Now
• Compliance & Security

• Private Channels
• Live Captions
• Whiteboard
• SMB Calling
• Content Camera

• Direct Guest Join + Cisco
• Multi-window
• Tasks App
• Outlook integration
• Custom Background

Hope for in 2020
• Tenant Migration APIs
• Improved Contact Card for Enterprise Voice
• Improved Search (Wiki/files/chat)
• attendant console
• Multiple tenant experience

In this episode, the team is talking with Principal Program Manager of Microsoft Teams EDU Nick Smith.


Great resources for Teams EDU that Nick mentioned:


In this episode, the team talks Microsoft Teams private channels with Microsoft Teams product lead Roshin Lal Ramesan

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.