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Cloudy County Community Call - Teams Mobile App and Microsoft Ignite 2022

Cloudy County Community Call - Teams Mobile App and Microsoft Ignite 2022

You can find a direct link to the recording of this meeting here: Cloudy County Community Call October 2022 - Teams Mobile + Live from Microsoft Ignite 2022 - YouTube

It was a lot of fun and really highlighted the power of the Teams and Office mobile apps!




It's finally feeling like fall here in Florida. It was a chilly 52 degrees this morning πŸ₯Ά! Our October call is going to be a wild one. Due to some work travel Joe and I are going to focus this month's call on the Teams mobile app. The plan is to run the entire meeting from my Android smartphone! We've done this before so I'm not too worried πŸ˜‚. The power of the cloud means that you can do nearly anything from anywhere and we plan to prove that next Wednesday. Be sure to grab the Teams app for your mobile device at: https://aka.ms/GetTeamsMobile. Imagine doing your extension programming or a consultation out standing in your field 🌽🌾🚜.

Our travels will take us to Seattle Washington for the Microsoft Ignite conference. We're going to be running the call live from Ignite and hope to take you on a little tour of the venue while covering all of the news and announcements that come from this conference. I expect some big things to be announced around Teams! I'm already hearing rumors around Microsoft Mesh and the augmented reality environment that it will bring to Teams!

Ignite is free to attend digitally and there are tons of great sessions to choose from. Check out the registration page at: https://ignite.microsoft.com/

Please forward this meeting invite to your peers and encourage them to join our community. You can also share our sign-up page: https://aka.ms/joincloudycounty

If you missed the previous meetings and would like to catch up you can find them on our YouTube channel: Cloudy County Community Calls - YouTube

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