Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities



#Microsoft365 Day 344: Communication and Training Tips for #Microsoft365 Citizen Developers (part 6)

#Microsoft365 #Office365 As part of a mini series for #CitizenDevelopers I'll be sharing tips and tricks around Business Analysis, Project and Change Management etc. Today we'll take a look at Communication and Training. These form a crucial part of Change... Continue Reading →


#Microsoft365 Day 343: #MicrosoftTeams Provisioning Checklist

Yes, I'm that person saying not everyone should be creating #MicrosoftTeams. And I have good reasoning behind it. If you don't understand what happens in the background when a Team is built, you shouldn't just be building them. This blog... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 342: Setup Alerts on the Main Document Library in #MicrosoftTeams

The first question that gets asked when I introduce people to #MicrosoftTeams, is: 'Will the other members be able to delete my stuff'. That's a YES. People don't trust people. This causes many complicated environments to be built - unnecessarily.... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 341: Bring Governance into your #MicrosoftTeams

No one goes to some library to read a 40 page IT or Business Governance Document. Let's make it easier for our users by adding the #Governance and Tools they need to a Tab when we create the #MicrosoftTeam. I'll... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 340: Add #SharePoint Site and Full Library as Tabs to #MicrosoftTeams

We've figured out by clicking on "Open in SharePoint" under Files in your Teams, opens the #SharePoint site (library) behind the #MicrosoftTeam. But this could be confusing for your users as each channel only shows the documents in that folder.... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 339: Free Microsoft Teams, FOR EVERYONE!

"That’s right, free. As in $0. Work together with features like chat, file sharing, and video calling." It surely is a great day to be alive when #MicrosoftTeams is made available to everyone. That means people without an Office 365... Continue Reading →

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