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    on the backlog  ·  Warren responded

    This feature request is still working its way through the backlog queue.


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    Dynamic Teams or Dynamic O365 Groups is surely the way to go?! and I hope Microsoft is listening on this. Why? this is going to greatly reduce the maintenance of collaboration groups base on organisation security groups.

    We've found an unofficial way of doing this for now, loving every bit of it.
    . Do not create Dynamic Group via AzureAD or Exchange Online UI, it will create a Security Group rather than a O365 Grroup.
    . Install AzureADPreview PS module (cannot co-exist with AzureAD)
    . Create a Dynamic Office Group (O365 Group) using New-AzureADMSGroup
    . Specify your parameters: Description, DisplayName, MailEnable:True, MailNickname:NoSpacesDisplayName, SecurityEnable:False, GroupTypes:"DynamicMembership","Unified", MembershipRule:"Rule with double quote escaped".
    . This will create a Dynamic O365 Group, with mailbox and SharePoint Site instantiated.
    . wait patiently for the membership population. if this doesn't happen for many days, delete everything cleanly like you would have delete an O365 group and purge it from the recycle bin, and recreate the group repeating the above steps. remember this is unsupported way.
    . From O365 Admin UI, update the group owners, and convert the O365 Group to a Teams.
    . Wait for the sync to happen, and you need to be an over or a member to see the Team in the Team UI.

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