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Microsoft 365 & SharePoint PnP Weekly – Episode 77

In this weekly discussion of latest news and topics around Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), are joined by Wictor Wilén – global innovation lead for modern workplace at Avanade, SharePoint MVP for 10 years, SP Master, SP Certified Architect and creator of Yo Teams, to learn more about his increased focus on Microsoft Teams extensibility.

For Wictor, his latest work is in no way a departure from SharePoint rather as Azure and Microsoft 365 capabilities are working hand-in-hand, Teams opens new doors to add onto SharePoint. The group discusses the differences between developing apps for Teams vs for SharePoint.   As well as differences between the requirements of knowledge workers vs first line workers – who are keenly interested in actionable apps. The attraction of the Teams platform is wide access to a host of complementary capabilities – bots, conversations, integrations, content store, chat, video, phone all tied together by Microsoft Graph and Azure Active Directory.  Teams was built to be extensible.   Architects – are you designing apps for the remote work future in which we are finding ourselves today?

If you are interested in the topic of Microsoft Teams app single-sign-on, you will not want to miss Wictor’s demo focused on this topic during the SP Dev Ecosystem call on Thursday April 2, 2020.

As always, if you need help on an issue, want to share a discovery, or just want to say: “Job well done”, please reach out to Vesa, to Waldek or to your PnP Community.

This episode was recorded on Monday, March 30, 2020.

 

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 31st of March 2020

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