Every time someone reacts to a message in a team chat or channel conversation, Teams captures an audit record and sends it to the Office 365 audit log. The Teams reactions audit records are an interesting source of information. In this article, we show how to use PowerShell to interpret the contents of the reactions, and how to use the data to find the underlying messages.
No Microsoft 365 admin portal will tell you about the set of email addresses assigned to Teams channels. Fortunately, it’s relatively easy to create a report with PowerShell and just a little Graph magic.