Add the ability to create Tabs via PowerShell.86 votes
In the Teams Powershell Module, add commands to control telephony/voice such as Call Forwarding76 votes
Please add the ability to set "Only owners can post messages" to the Microsoft Teams powershell module.
This is mostly needed from a Teams for Education perspective.18 votes
Upon searching the list of PowerShell cmdlets for Teams, it doesn't mention anything that configures Devices found in Teams Admin Center > Devices > Configuration Profiles
I'd like to request that more cmdlets be added for Teams PowerShell most especially for configuring the Devices15 votes
I would like to get the Teams usage report with PowerShell. The usage report is currently only available in Teams admin center.
Also, I would like to get the report by specifying the start date and the end date. Currently, it is only available with Last 7 days or Last 28 days.
It will be more convenient if you could implement those features.10 votes
delegates can register with Teams clients and the Teams Admin Center.
However, you cannot register with PowerShell.
Registered users cannot be confirmed.
I want to implement a function in PowerShell.
・ Registration of delegation
・ Ability to check users registered by delegation8 votes
Powershell modules should be available in the Powershell Gallery for installation with Install-Module and other management with PSGet. Rather than installed to a custom folder path, requiring an import statement like this...
Import-Module "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Skype for Business Online\Modules\SkypeOnlineConnector\SkypeOnlineConnector.psd1"8 votes
Some use MS flow to create "notification" channels where messages are posted automatically when something triggers.
It would be nice to be able to read channel messages through powershell, in order to view these messages in a shell.4 votes
Guest users are now available in Teams. The Add-TeamUser command only works for tenant addresses. Request the ability to add guest members via PowerShell.4 votes
This feature is useful when running a team with Power Shell.3 votes
Although exporting Teams chat history is available by using a content search, it would be great that PowerShell could export the chat history as well.2 votes
I would like to obtain teams which owned by the specific user by specifying the UPN in a command line.2 votes
I request to improve perofmance of processing Get/Set/Team command because I often have to exec these comand repeatedly.
It takes over 1 minute to process a single Get/Set-Team command in our production environment. There are so many objects in our tenant, so that I think it may be related.2 votes
Currently you can only assign dynamic groups from within a team, not from the admin portal or with Powershell.
This is a serious hurdle when mass-creating teams.1 vote
Add a feature that can retrieve and export information via PowerShell for the following setting items：
・Users can communicate with Skype for Business and Teams users
・Skype for Business users can communicate with Skype users
Which you can find by going to Microsoft Teams admin center > Org-wide settings > External access.
I would like to retrieve the setting information and export it with PowerShell.1 vote
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Teams PowerShell コマンドレットにおいて、チームメンバーの役割を変更できる機能実装を要望します
I want a Teams PowerShell commandlet to change roles for existing team members
現在のTeams PowerShell コマンドレットでは、「Add-TeamUser」にて役割を指定してメンバーの追加は可能な動作を確認しているが、既存メンバーに対する役割の変更が可能なモジュールが実装されておらず、管理センターのGUI上からしか操作ができない動作となっているため。管理センターとPowerShell コマンドレット双方で同じ変更操作が可能になるのが望ましいため、既存メンバーに対する役割の変更が可能なモジュールの実装を要望します。
Currently the Teams PowerShell commandlet "Add-TeamUser" can be used to add a member and specify a role for that member, but no module has been installed to change roles for existing members as this is done through admin center GUI. As its much more desirable to have the admin center and PowerShell commandlet to perform the same operation, I hope a module to change roles for existing members will be installed.1 vote
Ability to output [Team Creator], [Team Creation Date], and [Team Expiration Date] information in PowerShell
We would like to add the function to output the information of [Team creator], [Team creation date], and [Team expiry date] in PowerShell.1 vote
How to resend conference ID information for 1000+ users using power-shell ?1 vote
Some users can’t apply Teams policy through Windows PowerShell somehow. This interrupts our work with using Teams, so I would like you to improve this margin.1 vote
We want to make it easy to get the number of Teams team members and posts using PowerShell commands.
At present, activity figures such as the number of team members and conversations are available only for a limited period of time.
As a Teams Powershell command instead of AzureAD, it is very useful for companies to be able to acquire data by specifying the required period with a clear command such as (Get-number…).1 vote
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