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Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams

Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams

Overview

What is Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams?

Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams is a software tool designed to enable companies to manage their internal structures while facilitating the creation of new teams on Microsoft Teams. The application ensures that users adhere to naming conventions and governance policies set by the company, which helps...

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Pricing

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XL: more than 4,000 users

€ 1.50

Cloud
per year per user

Small: 1 - 249 users

€ 1500

Cloud
per year

Medium: 250 - 999 users

€ 3780

Cloud
per year

Entry-level set up fee?

  • $2,100 one-time fee
    Optional
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Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $1,500 per year
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Product Demos

Full Teams Manager demo - detailed introduction to templates and provisioning, approval workflow, governance & more

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Quick intro demo to Teams Manager

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Product Details

What is Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams?

Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams is a software tool designed to enable companies to manage their internal structures while facilitating the creation of new teams on Microsoft Teams. The application ensures that users adhere to naming conventions and governance policies set by the company, which helps enforce standardization across all teams in the organization. The software offers pre-defined templates with channels, tabs, permissions, settings, and apps that help streamline team creation.

Teams Manager has an authorization process built-in that automatically forwards requests for new teams to predefined personnel for approval or denial. Additionally, master templates can be updated without IT support, making it easy to keep track of changes and maintain consistency throughout all existing teams in the organization. The software provides complex preconfigured templates aimed at improving collaboration and team structure right from the start. With its synchronization capabilities and one-click installation through Teams Store, Teams Manager is a valuable tool for managing internal structures while allowing users flexibility when creating new teams on Microsoft Teams.

Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams Screenshots

Screenshot of Governance Dashboard and Reports – for an overview of Microsoft 365 environmentsScreenshot of Automated request and approval process for new teams, M365 groups and SharePoint sitesScreenshot of Templates and provisioning for teams and SharePoint Sites (with channels, tabs, apps, folders, Planner with tasks, OneNote with content and more)Screenshot of Lifecycles for teams: inactive or obsolete teams can automatically be archived or even deleted after a specified period of timeScreenshot of Naming conventions for teams, OneNotes and Planners: rules for uniform, relevant names with predefined prefixes and suffixesScreenshot of Mobile view for all functionalities

Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams Videos

M365 Governance Made Simple - Quick Overview of Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams
Teams Manager: Governance and Control for Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365
Teams Manager Full Demo - Templates for Microsoft Teams, Approval Workflow, Metadata & more

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Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesGlobal
Supported LanguagesEnglish, French, German, Dutch

Frequently Asked Questions

Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams starts at $1500.

AvePoint Cloud Management, ShareGate, and SysKit Point are common alternatives for Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams.

The most common users of Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Reviews and Ratings

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Ahmad jan | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Microsoft Teams Manager is an online collaboration tool to connect within anyone with ease within and outside the organization it helps people to share their projects and thoughts through online video call and Audio call. I am currently the user of Microsoft Teams, and we use this for the internal conversation of organization you can see the employee current status their organization hierarchy their email address and their other contact details.
  • AUdio calls
  • Video calls
  • Meetings
  • Microsoft Teams should add some more features like locking the personal conversation chat.
  • Delete chat Options
Overall the Experience with Microsoft Teams is good. it has made our Job very easy we can quickly share file with audio and video calls it helps us to brainstorm and comeup with final decision.
Mukhtiyar Ahmed | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We use Teams Manager to manage Microsoft Teams across the organization, we are able to comply with the templates, channels. Users can raise a request to us to create new teams channel, planners according to these templates.
  • Effective management of Users and Teams group.
  • Creating templates for Groups, planner.
  • Naming convention to make sure the inactive groups are archived.
  • None
Teams Manager is well suited for both small and large organisations, MS Teams can be used as a communication medium to contact other users across the organization, or in case the domain is federated you can contact employees of other organisations as well. Teams Manager helps us to create new templates and manage users according.
Rehan Ansari | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams helps create different teams, giving them permission of what to access and define their limit. It is a platform that keeps the whole organization at one place. Previously when Work from home started it was a tough task to handle different teams in one place. You have to separately take the feedbacks of the projects etc. Now through this everything is centralized. Assigning tasks and seeing the progress of any project is easy now.
  • Handles different teams and teams members
  • Giving them permissions as per their job profile and necessity
  • Seeing the projects' progress through one platform
  • There should be a privacy for users chat in a team
  • Every user should not be allowed to create a team, but only Team managers should do this
  • Many channels which are inactive for long time should send notifications to the manager about the inactivity and thus should be deleted if not in use
For different projects in a big organization different teams can be formed and thus their internal tasks assignments can be done there. It is easy to manage, assign tasks to people in a particular project. People or team leads in multiple projects can share different channels thus maintaining different projects. Users should be refrained of creating new teams just for fun purpose etc. to avoid to much chaos.
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
It was mainly used to track a 2-year onsite construction project and to facilitate meetings with many professionals at many locations.
  • Organize
  • Gather
  • Facilitate
  • Adding features like Zoom has where the user can add a background.
  • Improve video quality in team meetings.
  • A robust "help" key or artificial intelligence-driven chat bot.
For the most part, Teams Manager does what's expected of it as a standard package. It is great for PC users but if one operates on Apple products with no word for Mac programs loaded, it can be cumbersome.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We create a 'team' for each new project. Microsoft Teams Manager allows me to manage templates for new channels and organize the different groups. Archiving channels that are no longer needed once a project is completed.
  • Helps me tidy up and keep structure to our team channels.
  • Helps me structure channels to prevent unnecessary channels from being created.
  • Sometimes a little slow but works well.
Microsoft Teams Manager is especially useful where most of our employees are working from home now. We're a small-medium tech company and find it helpful as I can make templates without coding anything.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams helps monitor the remote work effectively. It enables users to request new teams based on templates. It helps us to communicate within the organization audio and video calling, screen share facilities to a particular team are most useful features. Its easy to manage owners of team sites along with members and guests.
  • easy to manage team sites along with members and guest users
  • helps managers to track the usage of apps and work done remotely
  • user interface can be enhanced to seperate the color coding for different channels
  • It would be great to receive notifications in Outlook for Shifts and be able to approve/deny requests and schedule changes there while it's synced with the Outlook calendar.
If your team has more than 3 people, you should have someone assigned as the Teams Manager. That way, you're guaranteed to have your channels and team site set up for success. If you are an employee that is only using Teams for quick chats, you and your team might be able to get away with not having a Teams Manager for Microsoft Teams.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Microsoft Teams is user-friendly and convenient for all employees within your company. It allows employees to chat, send documents, schedule meetings, reminders, and SO much more. Microsoft Teams helps our organization be more efficient in a timely manner. We use it on a daily basis several times a day.
  • Allows employees to chat
  • Allows employees to send documents
  • Schedule meetings/reminders
  • Allows to use emojis, which makes light of any situation :)
  • Allows to video chat and call with multiple coworkers
  • Learn the platform
  • Use the platform to your advantage
It allows the employees to use any team as a template. Channels can be added, which is also extremely helpful. Our organization uses planner and OneNote. Both planner and OneNote sync up to your work within Microsoft Teams.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Teams Manager is being used across our organization by each department manager. It addresses many business concerns such as approving requested time off (shifts), creating and assigning staff to specific channels so folks can communicate with the proper individuals, and controlling how staff can communicate (using emoji, memes, GIFs, etc).
  • Manage channels - the level of detail of managing what channels are created and how they function is great.
  • Manage users - it's easy to manage owners of team sites, along with members and guests.
  • Analytics - being able to review how each team site and the channel is being used is extremely helpful and can point out areas of weakness or concern.
  • I feel like the Shifts app could be more advanced to sync with Microsoft Outlook. It would be great to receive notifications in Outlook for Shifts and be able to approve/deny requests and schedule changes there while it's synced with the Outlook calendar.
  • It would be nice if the interface allowed further customization such as assigning colors to the separate channels. Some channels within team sites are rather lengthy and it would be great to group them into color groups.
  • Another nice feature would be the option to log in as one of your teammates so you can properly set up their Team account before they log in for the first time.
If your team has more than 3 people, you should have someone assigned as the Teams Manager. That way, you're guaranteed to have your channels and team site set up for success. If you are an employee that is only using Teams for quick chats, you and your team might be able to get away with not having a Teams Manager.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Microsoft Teams is used across the entire organization. It has been a reliable source for communication given the remote environment we work in. Additionally, it is convenient as it can be accessed from any desktop as well as through an app on our phones. We are able to centralize documents within Teams and restrict access. This has been helpful in relaying information in real-time and easy access.
  • Easily accessible from any device without interruption of service.
  • Ability to have IM conversations with multiple people.
  • Ability to organize those IM conversations so you can go back to retrieve them.
  • Ability to have video conferences.
  • The video conferencing feature could afford to me a little more user friendly.
  • Branding of Microsoft Teams over Skype Needs done.
  • Making calls through Teams has not been very successful.
Microsoft Teams has been great for our organization because a lot of departments are remote. Teams have been reliable without service interruptions which have allowed communication to continue with those remote departments. We switched from Skype which has proven to be the right move. However, we do not use the video conferencing feature though as that has not been as reliable as Zoom.
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