At the Ignite 2019 conference in Orlando, Microsoft announced that Office 365 Groups will soon support sensitivity labels, but only to mark group containers with levels of sensitivity. The actual content of the containers, like the messages in Outlook Groups or Teams, will remain unaffected by the labels. For now.
Office 365 applications create lots of Azure Active Directory guest accounts. Here’s how to find old accounts and check their Office 365 group membership. If you know the accounts that are old and stale and aren’t members of any Office 365 group, you can consider removing them from your tenant.
You can configure Send As and Send on Behalf of permissions to allow Exchange Online users to send messages for an Office 365 Group. All is well if the messages arrive, but if they don’t, the NDRs might not get to where you think they should go, such as a folder in the Recoverable Items structure. That’s OK if the sender was told that a problem exists with a message, but they don’t know anything happened.
Office 365 Connectors are used to bring information from network sources into Office 365 Groups, Teams, and other apps. Microsoft retired the Facebook connector on September 4, so that’s one network source that won’t be used as a conversation starter in the future. Microsoft’s telemetry says that the Facebook connector isn’t used much, except by us (of course).
It’s easy to create a list of group-enabled SharePoint Online sites using the Get-SPOSite cmdlet. But it’s much more interesting to probe a little deeper to uncover extra information about the group using the GroupId property returned if you specify the Detailed parameter. This post explains a PowerShell script written to examine the possibilities, including how to highlight sites belonging to deleted groups that are kept by retention policies.