Powershell attribute to distinguish where a group was provisioned?

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We would like to determine where a group was provisioned, whether it was Planner, Teams, etc.  Is there a PS attribute that can help with this?

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Hi @Christophe Fiessinger , Do we have by any chance already an attribute for Planner? I guest this request more and more from our Customers and to do proper Governance one would like to know from where a Group is created to be able to govern and decide what to do with this groups.

Thanks in advance, Martijn

Hello @Christophe Fiessinger, do you have any update on this? Is it possible to distinguish the app where an Office 365 group was created? (Sharepoint, Teams, Yammer, Planner, other).
As some of our colleagues pointed out, it is becoming crucial to have this kind of information to deploy a good Governance and a robust Operation Model around O365 tools.

Thank you.

Hello @Christophe Fiessinger , in our company, as we continue to develop our Governance Teams Group, we are urgently requiring this information. Would you be so kind to share with us if there's a timeline to develop this and when are we going to be able to get the information from where the Teams was created? 

 

Thanks in advance.