Initial quirks with Microsoft Teams
In my first day with Microsoft Teams I’ve found a few quirks that I thought were important to share.
Skype for Business integration
Integration between Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business is only available in Office 365. So if you are using Skype for Business Server — no integration for you. Come back, one year! (No, probably not that long. Seinfeld joke.)
Integration with Office 365 Groups
This can only be done at the time of Team creation — you cannot link to an existing Office 365 Group after the Team has been created.
Select your team, and away you go:
Accessing files from Office 365 Groups
You would think that Files would show the files that are stored inside the now-linked Office 365 Group, but no.
Because Groups and SharePoint Team Sites are now integrated you need to add a SharePoint site:
From there you can then select the Document Library within the Team Site, and the files will now show up under the SharePoint tab:
Can’t find existing Plans
This is the bit that frustrates me the most, and hopefully will be addressed before Microsoft Teams goes to General Availability (remember, it’s currently in Public Preview) — even if the Team is connected to a Group, it doesn’t seem to find the associated plan from Planner. Instead you are prompted to create a new plan:
More quirks as I find them. Hopefully some of these get ironed out. If you’re experiencing something different (with the Planner integration specifically) please let me know in the comments.
Originally published at The Cloud Mouth, Loryan Strant, Office 365 MVP.