MS Teams tab app not getting loading

I am new to MS teams development, I was following MS Teams Tutorial, but when I do npm start it only shows this screen.

Also, when I try to debug using F5 in my VSCode, the app does not run, instead, it opens the Apps section of Teams… Please suggest

spfx webparts – SharePoint Online – Teams Chat Messages Notifications and Conversations

Is it possible in SharePoint online instead of directing the users to teams, have a pop-up on the same screen at the bottoms of a page with the same chat experience in Teams?

If so, can someone please provide an example of an existing web-part that achieve the above?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

audio – MS Teams on Windows 10 – microphone not working when using RDP to laptop

I’m using remote desktop to go from my desktop to work laptop, but when I do this the microphone built into my work webcam disappears as an option and therefore no-one can hear me.

If I work directly on the laptop, MS Teams shows me this option which works fine:

Before Remote Desktop

But, when I remote from the desktop into the laptop, this screen changes and I don’t get any options in the microphone drop down:

During a Remote Desktop

The options I have set in the remote desktop for audio are:

Remote desktop audio settings

I have tried plugging the work webcam into my desktop and using remote audio for both playback and recording, and this does work but produces too much echo on the call for others (presumably as both the desktop and laptop are in the same room albeit on different desks). I also can’t use MS Teams on my desktop due to work policies, and I’m trying to avoid having to go between the desks so remote desktop would be ideal if I can get this microphone working.

Is there anything else I could try?

administration – “Leave the team” option is missing in MicroSoft Teams

What are the possible reasons why the Leave the team option is missing when clicking on the three dots icon for a team in the Teams tab in MicroSoft Teams?

I’ve seen the question Why is the option to leave a chat missing in MS Teams?, but the image doesn’t apply to me (actually my girlfriend, so I’ll try to update a screenshot asap).

agile – Where to chain multiple applications developed by several feature teams

I am looking how agile methods can be applied for setting up a chained-application (made of several services for example) developed by several teams. In particular, I think the common sources about release-cycle and environment layers (DEV, UAT, PROD) are missing a step where all applications should start to connect with each other.

This level could be called integration-testing, but this concept is used at a lot of levels so it would be confusing: in IoC (Spring) it simply means to connect all software modules/beans of one application together ; in the CI world, this is a place where one team automatically tests its components with respect to normalized/prepared input, that should change only if it is a business or technical requirement that has been validated.

It is missing a cycle step and associated environment where all applications (and data) evolve continuously like in prod, but can and should communicate with each other. This is also the environment that other teams will connect to while developing (in their dev env).

While several team I work with would dedicate one DEV env for that purpose (usually where CD is used), I think this isn’t the right choice because by definition DEV env are freely breakable and deployed version are not (necessary) labeled. I consider this should be done in the UAT environment, on a release or some tagged software version such as a pre-release. Why UAT? because once all parts of the chain are provided (maybe with mock), the users can access it, test it, and provide feedbacks. But maybe I am missing something, and when discussing with my colleagues, not everyone understand me or even agree with me if it doesn’t fit there method.

=> So how agile method answer that issue, and is there good sources that discuss about this?

Create menu for launching various tools in Teams

I am using Microsoft Teams to deliver some lessons. I’ve been adding tools to the “Tabs” folders, but students have trouble because they constantly change in order, so every day I get students who say “I couldn’t find that tab…” when it just was in a different place. I think it would be better to just have a tab that says “Menu”, then they click and there is a nice simple page with buttons they click that take them to the tools.

I tried creating a OneNote page for that, but ran into three issues:

  1. I couldn’t make images into a hyperlink, only text.

  2. The OneNote page is editable by all, so they can accidentally mess up the menu.

  3. OneNote hyperlinks open in Firefox and don’t stay within the Teams app like other tabs hyperlinks will.

How can I make a nice menu for launching our various tools in Teams?

Is it better for performance issues to run Microsoft Teams on macOS or in a virtual machine with windows?

Microsoft Teams is known to cause performance issues on Mac OS.

I have a MacBook Pro 13′ 2020 with 16 GB Ram and I was wondering if it would be better for overall performance to run Teams on a Virtual Machine running Windows instead.

Some discussions:

  • https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msteams/forum/all/performance-issue-on-mac-when-sharing-screen-in/9b96f652-d2d2-40f4-aaf8-a921273fd165
  • https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/why-teams-is-slowing-down-my-mac/m-p/1334064
  • https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/40410775-please-fix-desktop-app-performance-on-macos-cons

microsoft teams – PowerShell ‘Get-TeamChannelUser’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet

I am trying Get the Channels users, using the following PowerShell Comments

$ChannelUser=Get-TeamChannelUser -GroupId $GroupId -DisplayName $ChannelName

It throws an error: The term ‘Get-TeamChannelUser’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program.

I have installed the following teams package

Install-Module MicrosoftTeams

Log In to Microsoft Teams

My question is simple – how can I log in to Microsoft Teams? I previously worked for an organization and logged into the web version of Teams (using Google Chrome) using my login credentials for this information.

I have since gone to a new organization. When I try to go to Microsoft Teams (again using Chrome), I always get redirected to the same log in page for the original organization, not the new organization. I am unable to log in with my credentials for the original organization as they have been disabled.

What should I do?

Is there any way to creat a tab that contains a nice “menu” of tools in Microsoft Teams?

I am using Microsoft Teams to deliver some lessons. I’ve been adding tools to the “Tabs” folders, but students have trouble because they constantly change in order, so every day I get students who say “I couldn’t find that tab…” when it just was in a different place. I think it would be better to just have a tab that says “Menu”, then they click and there is a nice simple page with buttons they click that take them to the tools.

I tried creating a OneNote page for that, but ran into three issues:

  1. I couldn’t make images into a hyperlink, only text.

  2. The OneNote page is editable by all, so they can accidentally mess up the menu.

  3. OneNote hyperlinks open in Firefox and don’t stay within the Teams app like other tabs hyperlinks will.

How can I make a nice menu for launching our various tools in Teams?