I'm brand new to Teams and need some direction. I've read that cloning a team only clones the structure. But, I have a process, with files, that I need to duplicate for every new customer. Some members of the Team will vary based on geographic location, but the process/docs remain the same. I don't want to have to recreate a Team from the basics (uploading docs, creating new plan, etc.) - that seems really inefficient. We're using OneDrive and Office 365 for Business. Any suggestions for making this 'cloning' easier?
What this does though is basically creating a new group with this plan! So what you could do if you want this plan in a new team without doing this programmatically is:
Have a template team with template files and a built planner! Copy the plan from planner and then name the group as you want! In teams create a new team from an existing group - choose the group with the copies planner plan Also just do a copy of the template files to this new teAm You can’t create the team from teams using a teams template with this method so you need to create the channels etc manually! But I guess if the template plan is extensive this will take the most time to build every time