Microsoft 365: Disabling comments per list in Microsoft Lists(I)!

AS you know, there is a great comments feature available in any Microsoft Lists list that enables user to post comments at the list item level. But it might happen, it’s required to disable this feature at the list level…so far this was not possible and you could only disable comments feature in Microsoft Lists globally. Fortunately, we can now disable comments on a per list basis by means of a setting available in the list Advanced settings:

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Once you disable comments on a list, it will not be possible to post comments any more through the comments panel that is still visible and accessible through the comments action at the list item level.

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Microsoft 365: Changing Teams meeting options from Outlook (I)!

So far, the only way we had to change meeting options for a Teams meeting was through the meeting settings page that opens when we edit a meeting from the Calendar App in the Teams client. Fortunately, for a given meeting we can do essentially the same directly from Outlook through the Settings option in the Teams meeting section of the meeting.

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[CompartiMOSS]: Disponible el número 48 y como siempre cargado de artículos más que interesantes!

Un nuevo número de la revista de habla hispana de tecnologías Microsoft ya está disponible a través de nuestro sitio web y vamos ya por 48 ediciones Smile. Podéis leer los artículos del nuevo número de la revista en el siguiente enlace:

https://www.compartimoss.com/revistas/numero-48/

Como siempre gracias a los autores y lectores de CompartiMOSS por hacer posible un nuevo número y en breve estaremos trabajando en el número 49.

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Microsoft 365: Disable reactions in Teams meetings (I)!

One of the default options provided to Teams meeting attendees is the ability to send reactions while a meeting is happening.

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While this option is useful to express how we feel about what is being talked about in the meeting, we certainly could find use cases where this feature should be disabled. Precisely this is what we can do with a new control to Allow or not reactions in Teams meetings (Note: For now, this is not a control we can configure in a Teams meeting policy).

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