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You need to use /_api/groupsitemanager/HideTeamifyPrompt method to disable the Teamify banner. You can use it in PnP PowerShell as below: Connect-PnPOnline -Url "https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/TestTeamSite" $jsonBody = "{'siteUrl':'https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/TestTeamSite'}" Invoke-PnPSPRestMethod -Method Post -Url "/_api/groupsitemanager/...


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The question is really a Yammer group vs an Office group. And for all intents and purposes, an Office group is superior to a Yammer group. You have more functionality (Yammer or outlook for conversations, file storage, Planner, Power BI, Teams, OneNote) versus what Yammer offers.


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For our company, the factors that we took into account to choose between Yammer and Teams, are as follow, Sharing Files. We have a hard time in sharing files in Yammer but Teams is integrated with SharePoint Libraries. Cost: Yammer is free for external users. For Teams, you need to pay for each member as of now. Planner: In Teams you could use Planner for ...


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No, there's no default webpart and as far as I know there are no announcements regarding an out of the box webpart. One way to go is to build your own custom webpart with SPFx, but there's no api yet to read converstations. However, it is on the roadmap. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams/Teams-REST-API-Support-for-reading-conversation-...


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There is no out of the box capability to do this with SharePoint Server. You would need to create something like a [Remote] Event Receiver that called the Graph API to CreateEvent with an online meeting. Since your question is general and open ended, investigate this method and come back with specific questions you might have.


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Nope, it's not true. Microsoft Teams = SharePoint Online (Team Site) + Exchange Mailbox + Office 365 Group + Teams mashed together. You can create a standalone SharePoint site without any association to other Office 365 products. There are 2 common templates: Communication Site and Team Site. Communication Site usually being deployed for building a company ...


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This can be done via PowerShell: $tenant = "https://tenant-admin.sharepoint.com" $web = "https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/ModernTeam" Connect-PnPOnline -Url $tenant -SPOManagementShell $site = Get-PnPTenantSite -Detailed -Url $web if ($site.DenyAddAndCustomizePages -ne 'Disabled') { $site.DenyAddAndCustomizePages = 'Disabled' $site.Update() $...


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Yes, the SPO site I use at work (it's a Teams site, like yours) has a few SP2010 and SP2013 workflows that we use for some utility functions. I would... Check to see if scripting is enabled for that site collection with either PowerShell or Central Admin Ensure you have all the correct features turned on (in both Site and Site Collection features) It ...


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We came across your question while researching a similar problem. To my knowledge there is no simple way of doing this. In the end we decided on a combination of the Microsoft Graph API to retrieve all of the Microsoft Team IDs and then we used the DO_NOT_DELETE_SPLIST_TENANTADMIN_AGGREGATED_SITECOLLECTIONS list from the SharePoint admin center to connect ...


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it won't work with the Dynamic expression of "File name" for contains you need your value to be a string, implement this as below screenshot that should work EDIT- I tried playing with Flow output and here is my find the Dynamic property File Name is actually the mapped to x-ms-file-name-encoded which is the ID and not x-ms-file-name which contains the ...


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there is no OOTB method available which will let you migrate a site to others. But still, you have a couple of options. Use any 3rd party tools which let you migrate the content along with metadata from one site to other. i.e. metaglogix, sharegate etc Another option is, You can manually move the content from one site to team. Like open the library with ...


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You use "Document Library" for Document Libraries, "SharePoint" for SharePoint pages or generic lists, and "Website" for non-SharePoint webpages. Additionally, you can add a document library as a special folder inside the Files tab by clicking the "Add cloud storage" button. So, the most suitable tab to add would be the first one, unless you want it to ...


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This question is primarily seeking opinions since there is no "right answer", but I'll give my thoughts: Folders are OK. Even subfolders. Just watch your URL limits (and if using OD sync, your Windows Explorer or Office client limits). Let users control how their data is organized and displayed, but offer guidance/best practices. Don't require metadata ...


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You could create a simple SharePoint Designer Workflow for this. Use SharePoint 2013 workflow, put the Email action in it and set it to run after an item has been created. In the email action you can define all the recipients, subject and the body of the email message.


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As of today, there is provision for using Stream videos only in SharePoint Online. Link - Microsoft Stream webpart for SharePoint Online But, we can expect Microsoft to release their administrative controls soon in Steam, so that we can leverage REST API and use the videos in SharePoint onpremises. The transition from Office 365 videos entirely into MS ...


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As for your approach you are right I think. Creating content in Microsoft Teams Wiki means it gets stored in underlaying SharePoint Online site in library "Teams Wiki Data" as .mht files. You can open them in SharePoint Online by click, but they will sadly open in your client software "Microsoft Word". How we solve sharing information between "Microsoft ...


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All the approaches you outlined are identical. If you add them to the Office 365 Group in the various ways you can do so, they will have the appropriate access to Teams, SharePoint, and any other associated applications (Planner, Yammer, Stream, etc.).


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Does the site already have a Group? If not, do that first. To do this step, there should be a link on the settings menu with the text "connect to new office 365 group. Full instructions are here. If the Site is already connected to a Group, then when you create the Team, on the screen where it asks for a Team name, leave that blank and instead click the ...


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Try using if (this.context.sdks.microsoftTeams) instead of if (this.context.microsoftTeams). Property this.context.microsoftTeams has been deprecated starting from the v1.10 release and you should be using this.context.sdks.microsoftTeams. Source: Detecting if web part is in Teams context. Additional Reference: Get context for your Microsoft Teams tab. ...


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There was a user voice about this and below is the last update from there : "Yes, just create Teams/Channels as you need and add for each of them the existing SharePoint site as additional cloud provider." Source : https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/multiple-teams-for-the-same-sharepoint/m-p/235678 However, if it allows for multiple ...


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It really depends on the permissions on the library you want to include, and if you want it to look like a part of the channels Files tab or not. For the end users, if you use the cloud storage approach, it will not be easy to see that this is in fact a completely separate library. It is only indicated by a faint link symbol on the folder itself. I would ...


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Unfortunately this is not yet possible. On Uservoice, that is currently in fourth place of most wanted feature - with status "in the plans" (Reference) Alternative: Use dynamic groups for your teams. Membership will be based on user properties, for example which department the users belong to.


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Unfortunately it isn't possible to change those settings in Teams nor am I aware of anything on the roadmap to allow you to do so. I would suggest posting this on the Teams Uservoice although if you search on Uservoice for 'reorder tabs', you'll find open requests.


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You can use the New-PnPTeamsTeam command to create a new Team. To use that, you can do that as below: Connect-PnPOnline -Scopes "Group.ReadWrite.All" and then New-PnPTeamsTeam -DisplayName "<Your-team-name>" Reference - New-PnPTeamsTeam If you want to add additional parameters like owner, team settings etc. just follow the link ...


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You could use the Microsoft Graph to interact with Microsoft Teams from your SharePoint 2016 environment. You would need to create your own custom solution to call the API and update your SharePoint calendar accordingly. More information on using the Microsoft Graph with Microsoft Teams can be found here: Use the Microsoft Graph API to work with Microsoft ...


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You can set the newly added user to be an owner of the team using "Add a member to a team" action. Set Should the newly added user be an owner of the team to Yes Microsoft documentation: Add a member to a team


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Actually, there are 4 places, not 3 to manage external collaboration and guest access in Teams. Azure Active Directory Settings. Guest Access Settings in Microsoft Teams. Guest Settings in Microsoft 365 Groups. SharePoint Sharing Settings for organization and sites So to avoid such confusion, you have first to understand Guest access Vs External access in ...


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I am able to get a an ellipse in Teams chat on Windows 10 by pressing ALT (and holding) and then 0 1 3 3 (on the numeric keypad). This blog also mentions a way of changing to unicode input.


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No, it will not create a Microsoft teams team automatically. When you create a SharePoint online team site it will show you option to create a Microsoft teams and connect the SharePoint site to it in the lower left corner of the home page of your team site: Or you can find the Add real-time chat entry point in the “Next Steps” panel which is accessible from ...


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No, there is no desktop app for SharePoint online. However there is mobile app for SharePoint. Related SharePoint UserVoice: SharePoint Desktop App


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