Greetings and Salutations
Apologies for the late newsletter this month, it has been a very busy time and it seems to be only speeding up!
This month we have Daniel Anderson (MVP) who will be presenting “Getting started with Teams Shared Channels” to the group. Registration for tomorrow’s event can be found at https://ao365ug170522.eventbrite.com.au
Also, do not forget to check out the Adelaide Office 365 User Group sessions, available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQ73wGm6YTJd6TNX4-XPF5lFAFJmLdlqm
-Adelaide Office 365 User Group Team
You can register for next month’s meeting at:
The agenda for next month’s activities are: https://ao365ug170522.eventbrite.com.au
Shared channels in Microsoft Teams create collaboration spaces where you can invite people who are not in the team.
Traditionally this has been a not so perfect user experience
The release of shared channels is big news for organisations working together, a new model of external federation that makes it seamless and easy.
In this session you will learn the basics of how to get started
About Daniel Anderson
Every day I get to work in an industry, with people and businesses where I can make a difference in the way everyday work is experienced. I believe in inspiring businesses and individuals to re-evaluate how they operate, communicate, collaborate, and function. I believe in industry disruption and as a Microsoft MVP (Most Valued Professional), I have the experience, platform, and opportunity to do that.
Microsoft MVPs are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community. We are always on the "bleeding edge" and have an unstoppable urge to get our hands on new, exciting technologies. We have very deep knowledge of Microsoft 365 products, services and ecosystem, while also being able to bring together diverse platforms, products and solutions, to solve real world problems to individuals and entire organizations
I am a highly experienced, passionate and driven Microsoft 365 specialist and enjoy helping businesses grow through employee engagement and empowering talent to achieve more with Microsoft 365. I specialise in Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, modern workplace, employee engagement, as well as the overarching employee experience.
I have a proven track record in leading technical development and delivery, consulting on productivity optimization, as well as boosting collaboration, business processes, and employee experience. Over the past 20 years, I have helped hundreds of organisations and thousands of individuals plan, architect, develop, implement, and adopt Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and other areas of Microsoft 365 through effective planning, strategic analysis, communication, training and execution and in doing so been able to build my own following and community.
I have also contributed greatly to the wider community by sharing my knowledge into the community through many different platforms.
I believe that I have a particular talent for encouraging open dialogue, which helps everyone feel well informed and comfortable navigating their technology platforms to achieve their desired business outcomes.
With a passion for teaching, technology, business strategy, change management, adoption, process and a keen eye for detail, I enjoy the challenges of bringing people together and translating technical jargon into easy terminology so end users, and businesses can understand and grow together.
You can register for next month’s meeting at: https://ao365ug170522.eventbrite.com.au
Direct Microsoft Teams link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_YTRiNmFhYjUtNDRkYi00MjNlLTlhZTItZGQyYWQ5ZWU1YmUz%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22e2cac47a-5f69-429f-8d39-034d28385e21%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22d8341916-8ecd-4676-9e6e-b111d09b7698%22%7d
We have published the slide decks and recording from our previous meetings this year in case you were not able to attend a session
August 2021 meeting details
May 2021 meetings details:
April 2021 meeting details:
September 2020 meetings details
April’s 2020 meeting details
March’s 2020 meeting details
February 2020 Meetings details
Do you have a topic request that you would like to see presented at the Adelaide Office 365 User Group? Let us know by filling out the form at https://forms.microsoft.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=esTK4mlfn0KNOQNNKDheIRYZNNjNjnZGnm6xEdCbdphUNEhBTlVSTkM0NjJTWk9KN0NKOE1GS1ZWOC4u
Do not forget to check out https://events.microsoft.com/ for the latest training session – Most fundamental training courses, split over 2 days will result in you being eligible for a free exam for the corresponding qualification free of charge!
The great thing with these sessions is you are just not limited to Australia! You can join sessions all over the world and different time zones to suit your needs!
SharePoint 2010 Support has ended from Microsoft on April 13, 2021.
The following products are now NOT supported by Microsoft and you should look at migrating as soon as possible:
More details can be found at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-sharepoint-blog/revised-end-of-support-date-for-sharepoint-server-2010-april-13/ba-p/1285559
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