• Office 365 Drama Vol. 1 – Team up

    Office 365 Drama Vol. 1 – Team up

    Adoption for the young or remained young. To be less afraid of IT. Making people smile. That’s what afraIT is all about and so a new idea has evolved into the Office 365 Drama comic book. In this first episode, Jack is helping his colleagues in the office to reduce the drama about Microsoft Teams. There is also already a second edition Office 365 Drama Vol. 2 – Hand up, Hand down and also a third edition Office 365 Drama Vol. 3 – Am I secure? – So go ahead and check them out. They are gooooood! 😉 Thank you If

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  • The hidden Microsoft Teams menu

    The hidden Microsoft Teams menu

    This is a huge one! How many of you have tried to get more information in Microsoft Teams? Especially developers are probably now nodding. This is what this article is for. The hidden Microsoft Teams menu / developer mode / debug mode. UPDATE: The menu has changed. Microsoft changed the elements in the menu. It still exists, but it has not that many elements anymore. In this hidden menu, you get logs, rollback updates, get the Electron version, zoom in or out, set your status indicator, and even more. One critical note before you find out how to access this

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  • Do you speak Microsoft Teams?

    Do you speak Microsoft Teams?

    No matter if you just started using Microsoft Teams or you’re a pro, there are many new words and terms when using Microsoft Teams. This is a short article where you find resources to look up many of those used words. We’ve been there, or at least I have… Time to give a short intro to another person and the pure amount of new words is dazzling on their heads. Team, Channel, Channel-Tabs, Conversations, Files, Notes, Groupchat, Apps, Pin, Unpin, Sticker, etc. and their response: I also have heard that Microsoft doesn’t help users and companies to introduce new technology.

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  • Time to start moving

    Time to start moving

    Skype for Business Online will be retiring on July 31, 2021. Microsoft Teams will be the future, but how do you keep track on the latest updates? Rethink productivity, streamline business processes, and protect the business with Microsoft 365. What a great sentence right? Just get Microsoft 365 and all your problems are gone like magic 🙂 You probably know that this is not the case and especially if you are using Skype for Business Online. The transition from Skype to Teams is a crazy journey and you need some visability into the roadmap of Microsoft Teams. I’m glad Microsoft

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  • Microsoft Teams – The New Engine

    Microsoft Teams – The New Engine

    This is the concept for the (from my point of view) new engine called Microsoft Teams as handout / infographic / one-pager. I think Microsoft is pushing hard into this direction and the recent numbers showed, that Microsoft Teams is in fact a huge motor / engine for overall cloud usage 🙂 You can download the high resolution files below as JPG, PDF and PNG file. In addition, I’m able to share the Figma file with you if needed. You find my all my flyers / one-pagers / infographics on my dedicated infographic page. I hope this graphic can help

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  • A Modern Intranet and the Magic Portion

    A Modern Intranet and the Magic Portion

    The magic portion? More like, the magic potion, right? 🙂 How important is user adoption? Well, many say, that it is the most important part of a project and I agree 100% on that, but too often, even if people are aware of that, the amount of time and love that went into a training center is not enough. With this article I will show you, that you don’t need to spend as much time as you might think to achieve something cool. If you are just here to see my answer for “what is the magic potion?” you are

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  • A Modern Intranet and the Chamber of Teamwork

    A Modern Intranet and the Chamber of Teamwork

    Welcome back to my series about the modern intranet. Long time no see, I know. This time we’re opening the door to the chamber of teamwork with Microsoft Teams. If you haven’t used Microsoft Teams before and you want to get an overview, you can check my articles from the series “Mastering common challenges in Office 365” and read part four and six to get insights on Microsoft Teams. In this article we are building our next part for the modern intranet and combining Microsoft Teams with the services from the previous article, a modern intranet and the sorcerer’s conflict. News

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  • Mastering common challenges in Office 365 – Part 6: Teams reloaded (en)

    Mastering common challenges in Office 365 – Part 6: Teams reloaded (en)

    Welcome to another article in the Mastering Office 365 series. This time: Microsoft Teams reloaded, where I show you a bunch of new things in Microsoft Teams. I also have a feeling, that this will not be the last update 😉 If you want to start your digital transformation, start with yourself and check my article on that. Check out the other parts of this series Mastering common challenges in Office 365 about PowerShell, OneDrive, SharePoint, SharePoint Hub Sites the first original article about Microsoft Teams and my latest article about Microsoft Forms. You know by now what’s next, right? The table of contents

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  • How to use 7 tools to create 1 simple survey (en)

    How to use 7 tools to create 1 simple survey (en)

    Recently I tweeted a way of How I create surveys which had a few likes after a while. #FollowMeOnTwitter 🙂 The funny part is, that I tweeted such a complicated way of doing a survey and the tweet still got likes for that. Maybe you can call it collaboration as well… So in this article I show you the crazy way if you really want to use seven tools or even more for one simple survey. If you want to see the German version click here. If you want to get started with Microsoft Forms, I wrote a new, three parted

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  • Mastering common challenges in Office 365 – Part 4: Teams (en)

    Mastering common challenges in Office 365 – Part 4: Teams (en)

    Microsoft Teams is now out of it’s baby shoes! In this article I want to cover the most common tasks and guidelines you should know when working with Microsoft Teams. An update is already online on my blog with more features and a first view into the new admin center! If you want to check out the other parts of this series “Mastering common challenges in Office 365” don’t be afraIT to check out the articles about PowerShell, OneDrive, SharePoint, SharePoint Hub Sites and the next part of Teams – Teams Reloaded. As always, a brief overview of the topics and links to

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