05-25-2019 06:54 AM
05-25-2019 06:54 AM
I hope you can help me. I'm migrating from Skype for Business to MS Teams and there's a feature I use at Skype for Business that I couldn't figure out how to do it at MS Teams, which is stopping people from downloading my PowerPoint Presentations. I work with training and the 'ppt' presentations are for real-time training purposes only, whereas the other files, such as Word, Pdfs, etc., are open for downloading.
At Skype for Business, I could both block the download of my ppt and also attach other documents to be downloaded freely.
Is there such a feature at MS Teams? If so, could you please show me the ropes?
Thanks in advance!
05-25-2019 08:11 AM
are you speaking of Documents in a Team oder just in Chats/Groupchats?
In a Team: you can go to the files tab and click on the "open in sharepoint onlin" after that your browser should pop up and you can switch rights for one file in the top section of sharepoint online.
In a Group chat: You have to edit the rights in your personal OneDrive for Business. There should be a folder named something like "Teams Chat files", right click on the file and head over to details. On the right hand side you should be able to make changes about the rights.
Hope this helps you?
05-25-2019 08:51 AM
05-25-2019 09:17 AM
Hi @SilviaRina ,
you do not need to upload the document you can open it in presenter mode.
Just go in the meeting to the screensharing and choose the powerpoint if already open oder click on the powepoint symbol to search for one file!
You can than upload it after the meeting or never if you dont want to.
05-25-2019 09:48 AM
05-27-2019 10:42 AM
05-28-2019 12:11 PMSolution
now I get your point. Maybe I did not communicate too well, try this out for you:
upload the ppt to your personal OneDrive for Business (not shared) and then when starting to present hit on the screensharing symbol. Afterwards do not share your screen! on the right side of the menu poped up, you should be able to search for files, select your ppt here.
Quality should be much better this way for the participants through streaming from OneDrive and not your personal device and internet connection!