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  1. Add ability to create/modify teams with PowerShell

    The lack of any options for creating/modifying teams with PowerShell makes it much harder to support.

    In my company, users will not be able to create teams themselves due to business requirements but will need to submit a request for a team to be created. As Office 365 administrators, we would rather use a PowerShell script to automate this than do it manually in the GUI.

    The same is true for updating existing teams - our options are very limited when it comes to modifying an existing team that we are not an owner of. With other Office 365 services,…

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    10 comments  ·  IT Pro - Powershell  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    completed  ·  Warren responded

    You’ve been waiting for this feature and now we have it for you!

    IT Professionals always look for ways to automate tasks and make daily operations simpler. In November, we released a new PowerShell module for Microsoft Teams that enables you to leverage PowerShell to configure and manage Teams.
    The first version of the Microsoft Teams module – version 0.9.0 –includes 23 PowerShell cmdlets that make the administration of Teams easier. You can use the cmdlets for example to automate the creation of teams and channels, to bulk edit users or to set options such as a picture, and member permissions. The PowerShell module for Teams is a big step in our efforts to enable you to manage Microsoft Teams more effectively.

    You can read more about it at the Teams’ blog.
    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/skypehybridguy/2017/11/07/microsoft-teams-powershell-support/

    -Warren

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