How to edit permissions in Microsoft Teams

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Here's how to set and edit permissions in Microsoft Teams:

  • Select the desired team and click More options *** → Manage team.
  • Navigate to the Settings tab and check or uncheck the permissions you want to use.

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Here's how to do it:

  • Log in to the M365 Manager Plus admin console.
  • Click the Management tab and select Team Management under Microsoft Teams.
  • Select Update Team under Team Tasks.
  • Select True to enable and False to disable the desired permissions from the drop-down.
  • Upload a CSV file with the object ID of all the teams you wish to incorporate these changes in.
  • Click Import.

How to edit permissions in Microsoft Teams

That's it! You've successfully updated the permissions for the necessary teams.

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