The “classic” version of Microsoft Teams will be retired at the end of March. In April, anyone still using classic Teams will be automatically updated to the new version. Learn more about the change and find out how to give new Teams a try.
Keep in mind: You’ll lose access to your @wisc.edu email and other Microsoft 365 data 9 months after you leave the university. Take note of things to do to prepare for this change and preserve your data.
Are you teaching this semester? Get acquainted with how class email groups work—including how they are created, how students are added and removed, and how to add teaching assistants.
Jira and Confluence services will be discontinued in Jan 2025. Stop by office hours to learn about alternatives and tools for migrating your content. Tuesdays, 10:30am via Zoom.
Did you know UW–Madison has a Doodle license? Log in with your NetID and schedule meetings easily in an ad-free environment. With Doodle, you can poll your meeting participants and find a day and time that works for the majority.
Google, Yahoo and Apple are cracking down on spam email. These new requirements impact anyone who sends communications via a 3rd party marketing platform like Mailchimp, Constant Contact or Emma.
Get the answers to 3 of our most frequently asked questions. Over the quota and still need to reduce your storage? See our linked resources for guidance on moving or deleting data.
Exciting news! Wireless printing is now available across all InfoLab (computer lab) locations. Additionally, students can use the Morphic toolbar on computers and laptops to easily access built-in accessibility and usability features.
Beginning Nov 27, newly-created Microsoft Teams meeting recordings will be available for 30 days and then moved to your recycle bin. Learn more about the expiration policy and how to access the recordings.
Get the latest on changes to My Drive, shared drives and service accounts.