Teams - Private channels and privacy rules

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You can add private channels to your
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teams in teams to create targeted
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collaboration workspace within your teams.
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This can be useful, for example, a part of
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the team has to meet around the project.
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But does not want to create
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a specific team in teams.
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Or if some of the employees have
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to discuss sensitive information,
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such as budgets, strategic positions, etc.
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By default, any member of a team
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can create a private channel
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within the team except the guests.
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However.
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If you own the team in the team settings,
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you can choose to activate the right for
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your members to create private channels.
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Note, depending on the policy set
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by your administrator.
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You may also not have access to
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the creation of private channels.
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When you create a private channel,
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you own it,
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so you are the only person who can add
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or remove members in this channel.
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But you can also assign ownership
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status to other members.
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You can also add guests to the
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private channel in any case,
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owners, members and guests must
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already be part of the team in
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order to be added to that Channel.
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When you add a new member to private channel,
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they will have access to all conversations
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prior to their arrival in the channel.
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As the owner of the team,
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you have a view of all the channels,
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public and private, created in it.
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However, if you yourself are not a
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member of a private channel of your team,
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you will not have access to its content.
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Anet will not appear in your teams
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channel list in the left panel.
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But you will still be able to
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see in the channels tab on
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your teams management panel.
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From this interface.
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You will be able to view the
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owners of the private channel.
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But also to delete this channel.
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Be careful, this will erase all
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the content of this channel.
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If you remove it by mistake,
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you will have 30 days to
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restore the private channel.
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At the time of creation,
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private channels inherit the same
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permissions as the parent team.
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However, they are independent and you
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can change their settings individually.
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This includes, of course,
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the list of members of the
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channel and their status,
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but also their permissions.
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In settings you can also choose to
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allow at mentions, an fun stuff.
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Tools like GIFs and memes
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for this private channel.
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Finally. Be aware that when
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you create a private channel,
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a new collection of SharePoint sites.
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Is automatically created
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specifically for this one.
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It is independent of the general
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team SharePoint site and reserved
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for members of the private show.
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This ensures that only members
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of the private channel can access
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the files and folders contained
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in this site collection.

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