Teachers have found their own solutions to creating breakout rooms in classes, but Microsoft has announced that they will be releasing an official solution later in the year. The tentative date given is “Autumn”.
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It seems so long ago now that displaying 9 students on screen in Microsoft Teams meetings at once was just a dream, but Microsoft has just announced that they will be releasing 7 x 7 meetings in preview by the end of June for a full release in the Autumn. That makes a total of […]
You can use sections to organise pages in Microsoft OneNote, but did you know you can also use section groups to organise your sections? The sections group feature feels strangely hidden, but once you know where to find it it makes organising your OneNote notebooks so much easier. Section groups can hold sections and sections […]
When we get back to school in September, it would be optimistic to think that things will have completely returned to normal. Even when the lockdown is over It’s likely that we’re still going to have many students learning remotely and even some staff teaching from home. Outside of the inevitable changes to room layouts […]
Microsoft appears to have removed a couple of features from Teams that some users claim used to be available. Until recently, when communicating in a private channel, you could record and schedule meetings just as you can in a normal channel. Despite there being no announcement of the change from Microsoft, you can no longer […]