Learn how to set up release option in Office 365, and how to create a team in Microsoft Teams from this week’s SharePoint Tips. You can also gain easy tricks to add a team owner and create a channel in Microsoft Teams. Have you accidentally made any change or any of your files got corrupted? See how you can restore OneDrive to a previous time.
How to set up release option in the Office 365 Admin Center?
- Sign in to Office 365 using work or school account.
- Go to the Office 365 Admin center.
- Move to Settings > Organization Profile.
- Select Edit located near Release preferences.
- Choose Standard Release to disable targeted release.
- Choose Targeted release for everyone to enable targeted release for everyone in your organization.
- Choose Targeted release for selected users to provide targeted release only for selected users.
- Click Next and confirm Yes after picking the desired options.
- Skip to the last step.
How to create a team in Microsoft Teams?
- Click Teams from the left side of the Teams Homepage.
- From the bottom of the Teams list, choose Join or create a team.
- Select Create Team from the Create a Team.
- Next step is to invite users to join it.
- Let Groups, Individual Users or the whole contact groups can be added to the newly created team.
Steps to add a team owner and create a channel
- Spot a team already created and pick More Options > Manage team.
- Go to the Members tab and discover people you wish to assign as team owners.
- Select Owner, placed under Role.
- Pick Add Channel from More Options to create a channel in the team.
- Another option is to select Manage team and add a channel from the Channels.
How to restore OneDrive to a previous time?
- Sign in to the account by visiting the OneDrive website.
- If it’s a personal account, Choose Settings > Options.
- Pick Restore your OneDrive from the left navigation.
- For work and school accounts, click Settings > Restore your OneDrive.
- Choose the date, review the activities you want to undo etc. from the Restore page.
- Click Restore when you are finished configuring the restore options.
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