Ask the Experts – Microsoft Teams

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be part of the first edition of the Ask the Experts online organized by the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference.

Do you have a burning question? Or a technical issue that you just can’t solve through a Google search?

Ask the Experts – no appointment necessary!


Publish SharePoint Announcements into Microsoft Teams

The announcements you publish inside your intranet can reach a broader audience if you propagate them to Microsoft Teams.

The solution provided in this article provides a method to publish announcements from SharePoint into Microsoft Teams and it can be easily implemented by any IT-Pro as it does not require coding skills.

Combining SharePoint, Flow, Teams and Adaptive Cards IT-Pros can get super powers and revolutionize the way collaboration is done inside companies.


Run Multiple Instances of Microsoft Teams

Being able to execute multiple instances of Microsoft Teams is a long-waited feature that is affecting negatively all the users that belong to multiple organizations.

If you are doing multiple tenant swaps during the day to keep up with everything that is happening in all your organizations this article is for you, even though Microsoft Teams does not support multiple instances you will be able to execute the web version as standalone app and you will be able to be signed in in all the organizations ate the same time.


How to get Microsoft Teams tenant ID

Your Microsoft Teams tenant ID is a unique identifier that is different than the organization domain where you are connected.

You can use two different methods to get this identifier, one using Teams graphic user interface and the other one using Teams PowerShell.


Create Teams using PowerShell

Creating multiple Teams on Microsoft Teams can be a tedious process, but you can easily automate it with the use of Microsoft Graph and PowerShell.

In this article I’m providing two scripts to achieve the same result; the first one uses Teams PowerShell cmdlets while the second one uses PnP PowerShell and Microsoft Graph.

On both examples I’m creating the Team and adding two channels to it.


Hello World!!!

Ups I did it again – I’ve just launched a new blog! This time, I will be writing about Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams and how it fits – and drives – all things related to the modern workplace.

I will be regularly sharing tips and tricks to make the most of this platform as well as readymade solutions that will help you extend Teams and create new, engaging experiences for both end users and admins.

Most important – use the comment section below to share any ideas or suggestions for improving this space. I’m always happy to hear and act upon feedback from my readers.

Let’s Team Up!


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.