Sean Lange wrote:
Brandie Tarvin wrote:
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Corporate upgraded me to Office 365 and suddenly my Skype for Business contact list is screwed up. Not only did it suddenly decide to sort people by first name instead of last name, but then it "renamed" some contacts who don't go by their legal names. Even though Outlook has their proper "nick names," Skype is showing names that I don't recognize because that's not the name my contacts use. GAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH. Now I'm going to have to retrain myself how to read that damn contact list instead of just being able to quick-scroll through it.
It gets better(???)... MS is doing away with Skype for Business in favor of Teams.
We have had Teams for over a year but only a few people. As of today our entire company has switched over to Teams. In some ways it is better but in other ways not so much.
One of the companies I do work for was recently required to switch to O365 by a corporate mandate. It broke communications for all email in the SQL Server due to changes and omissions. And if you've never tried to use PowerPoint in O365 for the highly animated stuff that I do and making new masters, get ready... comparatively speaking, it totally sucks. Outlook also makes sucking sounds because you no longer get the temporal sections (things like "Last week", "2 weeks ago", etc) in places like your in-box, etc.
That same company is in the process of being forced into using that TEAMS and FLOW stuff. While some people might enjoy stuff like that, I don't have time for such yammering... pun intended! 😀
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How to post code problems
Create a Tally Function (fnTally)