At the Microsoft Ignite 2019 in Orlando, Microsoft unveiled ‘Private Channels’ Microsoft Teams.
Private channels enable focused private collaboration within a team. Only owners and members of a private channel can see messages, documents and other content in a private channel.
You can find the formal Microsoft announcement about Teams Private Teams at this link:
With the introduction there are a lot of things to share when you think of:
– Who can see private channel information
– Who can manage private channels
– Private channels creation
– Members and owners
– Site management
– Teams admin
– Information protection
– Apps in private channels, PowerShell & Graph API
I created – in cooperation with the Microsoft Team product group – an infographic what explains the most relevant information. Note: this is the information available in Teams Private Channels at launch, things can change in the next months.
Teams Private Channels will start roll-out in week 45, and should be completed at the end of november.
So make sure you know all the information asap 🙂
Click down for the infographic:
Teams Private Channels 101 infographic
(…it’s a large file to make sure the resolution is the best to read for you – so be patient when opening 🙂 )