How to restore expired and deleted Microsoft Teams meeting recordings

In today’s fast-paced digital world, Microsoft Teams has become the go-to platform for seamless communication and collaboration among teams, regardless of their physical locations. One of the valuable features of Teams is the ability to record meetings, allowing participants to revisit discussions, presentations, and decisions at their convenience.

However, to reduce the amount of storage older recordings use, OneDrive and SharePoint monitor the expiration setting on all meeting recordings and automatically move recordings to the recycle bin on their expiration date.

Restore deleted Microsoft Teams meeting


Supercharge your meetings with the all-new Meet app on Microsoft Teams!

Are you tired of juggling between multiple locations to manage your meetings effectively? Microsoft about to release a new game-changer experience available exclusively on the new Teams client.

The revolutionary Meet app, a dedicated space within Microsoft Teams that promises to transform the way you conduct, engage, and excel in your meetings. Say goodbye to scattered information and hello to streamlined productivity!

Microsoft Teams Meet app


Enhancing Meeting Etiquette: Disabling Chat Write Access for Anonymous or Unauthenticated Users in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams has revolutionized the way we collaborate and communicate in the workplace, enabling seamless virtual meetings with both internal and external participants. However, the presence of anonymous or unauthenticated users can occasionally lead to challenges, particularly when it comes to maintaining a professional and respectful meeting environment.

To address this concern, Microsoft has introduced a valuable feature that allows Microsoft Teams administrators to disable chat write access for anonymous or unauthenticated users, effectively minimizing the possibility of inappropriate content jeopardizing meeting discussions.

Disable guest access to Microsoft Teams meetings chat


Power up your presentations with Microsoft Presenter+: A comprehensive review of the must-have Microsoft Teams device

Are you someone who frequently uses Microsoft Teams for work or school? If so, you might be interested in Microsoft Presenter+, a remote designed to enhance your Teams experience. In this comprehensive review, I’ll take a closer look at the device’s features and capabilities to help you determine whether it’s the right fit for you.

Microsoft Presenter+ is a certified remote that you can use for meetings and calls in Microsoft Teams for work or school. It allows you to deliver engaging presentations during online, in-person, or hybrid Teams meetings. Furthermore, you can use Microsoft Presenter+ to quickly join Teams meetings with the touch of a button, whether you’re sitting at your computer or stepping away from it.

Microsoft Presenter +


How to configure and use Microsoft Teams avatars in meetings

Remote work models have become the norm, and with them come the challenges of finding ways to stay connected and engaged in virtual meetings. While video conferencing has become an essential tool for remote communication, it can also be a source of stress and fatigue for many.

As we spend more time in virtual meetings, it’s becoming increasingly important to find ways to make them more inclusive, efficient, and enjoyable for everyone involved. This is where Avatars for Microsoft Teams come in.

How to configure and use Microsoft Teams avatars in meetings


How to make Microsoft Teams meetings shorter and more efficient to prevent meeting exhaustion

While meetings can be an effective way to collaborate and communicate with team members, they can also be a waste of time if they are not properly planned and executed, ultimately leading to exhaustion.

Meeting exhaustion is a real phenomenon where people feel mentally and physically drained after attending too many meetings, often resulting in decreased productivity and burnout.

Microsoft Teams meeting exhaustion


I've been working with Microsoft Technologies over the last ten years, mainly focused on creating collaboration and productivity solutions that drive the adoption of Microsoft Modern Workplace.