What you need to know
- Microsoft Teams is experiencing various issues.
- Users are "unable to perform various actions" across the service.
- Microsoft is investigating the issue.
Microsoft Teams users are "unable to perform various actions" on the service according to a recent tweet from the official Microsoft 365 Status account. The tweet doesn't add much detail about the issues users currently face.
We're investigating an issue where users are unable to perform various actions across the Microsoft Teams service. Additional information can be found in admin centre under the SI: TM185677.We're investigating an issue where users are unable to perform various actions across the Microsoft Teams service. Additional information can be found in admin centre under the SI: TM185677.— Microsoft 365 Status (@MSFT365Status) July 11, 2019July 11, 2019
If you're an admin for a Microsoft Teams account, you can find out more in admin center under SI: TM185677.
Microsoft Teams allows you to collaborate with colleagues, upload files, send messages, and chat through video. It integrates with Office 365 and several other cloud services.
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Interesting. I was unable to schedule a meeting with Teams. I thought maybe my IT Admin had disabled that functionality since the majority of users here still use Skype for Business.
Our company switched totally over to teams. Nobody like Skype for business, especially the mobile app, it was trash. Teams is light years ahead.
Until it goes belly up.
Aaaand it's back up again!
Our company had lost outgoing phone calls. Back now.
And this is where technology like this falls down.
You don't get this problem with a person to person meeting.
My company switched from MS to Google, and now we are switching back to MS, but this time we're using MS Office 365 and Teams. When we were using Google, I only used Gmail and Hangouts, but still used Office for documents. Now if only or company would ditch anything using Oracle databases our Oracle EBS user interfaces and use MS SQLserver and Windows user interfaces.
Looks like it wasn't everybody. We didn't see any disruption. 15K users all over the world.
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