Company policies

Introduction

Powell Teams company policies allow you to request your workspace creators to opt-in a company policy written by a Powell Teams admin of your tenant during their workspace creation process. 

 

Create or update a company policy

To create or update a company policy, you should go to the "Company policies" accessible from the "Governance" section of Powell Teams menu.


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The page displays the list of all your company policies and allows you to create new ones and edit or delete existing ones.

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Creating or deleting a company policy will let you configure the company policy name description and add content in different languages.

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By selecting a language in the associated drop-down list, you will add variations that will be displayed depending on the connected user language Microsoft Teams configuration during workspace creations.

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You can also delete the language previously added in your comapny policies.

 

Associate a company policy to a Powell Teams template

Company policies can be associated to both teams and SharePoint sites templates.

To associate a company policy to a template, you must select the one you want in your template configuration wizard's "Governance" tag.

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What do team creators see on their team creation wizard?

At the last step of the team creation wizard, when the template used to create the team contains a company policy, then team creators will have to read and accept the content of the company policy to be able to click the button "Create a team" and finalize their team creation.

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When the user clicks the link or tries to confirm that they have read the company policy, a modal is opened, displaying the company policy content in the connected user's Microsoft Teams language configuration.

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