Users are prompted to create a Team even though users are prevented from creating O365 Groups
In our organization we disabled the ability for users to create O365 Groups. All groups are created by an admin and then assigned to the owner. When the owner goes to add a Team to their Group, the first time experience for users is to create a dream team in large print even though they don't have access to do that. At the bottom of the prompt in small print is the option to add Teams to an existing Office 365 Group, which is easily overlooked. Our users are mistakenly trying to create a team for their Group, receive an access denied message resulting in user frustration and calls to the help desk.
I would like to see this welcome page updated so that if a user does not have access to create Teams, they aren't prompted with the option to create one. By default, if the user is an owner of an Office 365 Group they should be prompted to add a Team to their Group.
Marc Vanderhaegen commented
I second that, we have exactly the same problem here in our company.
Please allow us to either avoid this welcome email or either allow us to customize it.