Until recently, it was difficult for admins to get a list of Teams a user was a member of in an organization. Admins would have to manually check every Teams group or would have to use PowerShell to find the list of Teams a user was in. It also made things harder for admins who had limited knowledge of PowerShell.
However, that will not be the case anymore. Microsoft has launched a new update that will show a list of all Teams the user is a member of in the Teams admin center. This integration makes it very easy to see all the Teams a user is a member of as it was previously not possible without PowerShell.
How to View List of Joined Teams per User:
To view the list of Teams a user is a member of in Teams Admin Center, perform the following steps:
- Go to Teams Admin Center.
- Click on Users>Manage Users.
- Select any user. This will open the User Detail page.
- Now click on the Teams tab. You can now view all the teams that the user is a part of.
As per MC332869, this feature has been launched and is available for use in all tenants.
Get All Teams a User Is a Member of Using PowerShell:
Some admins might still prefer to use PowerShell to get a list of Teams a user is a member of. So, just to make things convenient for them, here is how you can get a list of all Teams a user is in using PowerShell:
- Firstly, connect to Microsoft Teams.
- You can use the cmdlet Get-Team, which shows all Teams a user is a member of when used with the proper attribute.
Get-Team -User AdeleV@contoso.com
This can be used to show all the Teams the user(AdeleV) is a member of.
Note: You can download the PowerShell script to generate Teams reports on all the Teams in an organization, all members and owners in a Team, and more.
Doesn’t this feel convenient? How do you feel about this new feature? Share your thoughts in the comment section.