A building block for a complete telephone directory in the company is finally available again: Contact objects in M365 are now taken into account at various points in the Microsoft Teams search.
As the number of Microsoft Teams Phone users grows at an astonishing rate, it’s no longer just desk phones and softphones stealing the limelight.
Microsoft’s focus on enabling and empowering deskless workers is clear as the certified devices program now extends to a variety of cordless devices.
The VR world is still waiting for the long-awaited Microsoft Mesh. So far, only Hololens 2 owners and a few selected tenants can enjoy a preview. The VR glasses owners are currently still left empty-handed. But YouTuber John Moore now shows a way to participate in a Microsoft Teams meeting with his avatar and at least recreate the Mesh feeling. We’ll show you how easy it is in the following article.
After Microsoft Inspire, impressive figures on Teams usage were published and shared, especially about the explosion of Teams Phone users. This makes it all the more sad, that basic or helpful functions are still not fully available.
Recently I read about the Teams Toolkit to develop Teams apps in Visual Studio Code. I immediately wanted to have a look at it, but I did not find the extension inside VS Code. So I had to perform a Visual Studio Code Extension offline installation. I want to show you in this article, how this worked out for me. This workaround also works for VS Codium, which I used for the screenshots in this blog post.