#Microsoft365 #Office365 #Microsoft Team Only released a couple of days ago, this is yet another feature update that I’m VERY happy with. Creating Teams from Templates will save a lot of time and ensure ‘governance’ and standards. Still a manual process, but this is a step in the right direction for sure!! Think Project and Forum Templates.
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New Microsoft Team
When a new Team is created you will only receive the General Channel and need to setup all the Channels, Tabs, Members, Settings etc.
It’s not often that your Teams will have the same Channels and Settings – but think of Project Teams or Forums which do look the same. This means you can setup the Project Standard and then always use that to copy the Team from.
Use a Template
Step 1: Create Team – click on “Join or Create a Team”
Step 2: Select “Create a Team using an Existing Team as a Template”
Step 3: Choose the existing Team
Step 4: Choose the features / settings to be copied (remember to change the name)
Note: Tabs might be copied, but you’ll still have to set them up again. This makes sense as you’ll have “placeholders” to remind the team to modify and use these
Something I would love (and yes I need to go add that on the UserVoice) is that the relevant Planner and OneNote gets added by default. This is a great addition – thanks Microsoft!
Have fun saving time 🙂
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