What are shared channels?
Shared channels have arrived in public preview at the end of March 2022 globally. Microsoft define shared channels as collaboration spaces where you can invite people in who aren’t already part of the team – internally or externally.
I want to use this post as a reference point for all things shared channel related as there is lots of information out there already.
- Shared channels in Microsoft Teams (Preview) – Microsoft Teams | Microsoft Docs
- Collaborate with external participants in a channel | Microsoft Docs
- B2B direct connect overview – Azure AD | Microsoft Docs
- Configure B2B collaboration cross-tenant access – Azure AD | Microsoft Docs
- Teams and SharePoint integration – SharePoint in Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Docs
- Sharing & permissions in the SharePoint modern experience – SharePoint in Microsoft 365 | Microsoft …
- Teams workflow in Advanced eDiscovery – Microsoft 365 Compliance | Microsoft Docs
- Search the audit log for events in Microsoft Teams – Microsoft Teams | Microsoft Docs
- Information barriers and shared channels (preview) – Microsoft Teams | Microsoft Docs
End user documentation
- Create a shared channel in Teams
- Share a channel with people in Teams
- Share a channel with a team
- Why use a shared channel versus other channel types in Teams?
- Guests and shared channels in Teams
- Shared channel owner and member roles in Teams
If there are any links you want adding, just pop a comment below.
NB: I tried out something different with the story for this post, but it didn’t turn out quite how I’d hoped – I’ll try again soon!