To start exploring features and reports, navigate to the Microsoft Teams screen and select your tenant.
Available management actions for Microsoft Teams are contextually related to the selected object, which means users can click on or hover over something to get a contextual menu that offers actions related to the selected item.
Gives a general overview of the Teams on your tenant. The report will show you the team's display name, privacy level, site URL, number of channels, team members, owners and guests, and the date when the team was created.
Clone Team – Create a team using an existing team as a template.
Update Settings – Update the properties of the selected team.
Remove – Remove the selected team from SysKit Security Manager.
Delete – Delete the selected team from your tenant.
On this report, you can see the set values for all the Team settings. They are grouped in 4 sections: Messaging, External Access, Guest Access, and Teams Settings.
The Audit tab on the All Teams report will show you events related to global actions or other teams events such as, team creation, deletion, updates and membership changes. This includes team member added and team member removed events, the same applies for modifying the owner of a Team. Here you can also explore the Teams’ organization-wide setting changes, like adding or changing Meeting, Messaging, Calling or Upgrade policies.
Add Owner – Add owner to an Office 365 group. User availability in the Teams app depends on Team settings and Microsoft user synchronization between Office 365 and Microsoft Teams; this can take up to 48 hours.
Add Member – Add member to an Office 365 group. User availability in the Teams app depends on Team settings and Microsoft user synchronization between Office 365 and Microsoft Teams; this can take up to 48 hours.
Go to Group – Open the associated Office 365 group for a given team.
Go to Site Collection – Open the associated site collection for a given team.
A detailed overview of a single Microsoft Team, that is, a list of all the team members. The report will show you the users' Display name, email, username, and role.
Remove – Remove the selected user from the team.
On this report, you can see a list of all the channels in one Team. We provide you with the channels Display name, description, URL, and email.
The Audit tab on the Single Team report will show you recent activity for the selected Team. Here you can explore all analytics, security and configuration events that happened. Most organizations want to change the chat, bots, apps, connector, channel and other default Teams settings, based on their needs and configuration. Keep track of configuration and policy changes to see what has changed and by whom.
Audited activities include:
File accessed, shared, modified, deleted, malware detected …
Added members to team, removed, changed role of members in team …
Sharing access invitation, blocked, anonymous links …
Team Level Settings – Shows Microsoft Teams settings by Team. Team settings are showed for all Microsoft Teams on a selected tenant.
Teams With Guests – Shows all Microsoft Teams that have guests or external users as owners or members.
Orphaned Teams – Shows all Microsoft Teams that don't have any active owners.