MTC Weekly Roundup – September 30

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Happy Friday, MTC,  and happy end of the month! We’re heading into October, which also means Microsoft Ignite is right around the corner! Excited to share some of those highlights as we get closer to the event.

 

Now let's take a look at what’s going on in the MTC this week…

 

MTC Moments of the Week

 

To kick things off, this week’s MTC Member of the Week spotlight is on , a valued contributor who just celebrated their 5-year anniversary as a member of the MTC this month! Congrats! 

 

This week, we had another great AMA about Windows 365 with members of the Microsoft engineering and product teams, including , , , and . If you missed this one, no problem! This a monthly event, so make sure you mark your calendars for the next episode on October 18 and head to https://aka.ms/WindowsIntheCloud for all the details!

 

And speaking of Ignite, over on the blogs,  posted a helpful guide for Microsoft 365 admins to get the most value out of Ignite 2022, so check it out and make sure you have these sessions added to your agenda!

 

Unanswered Questions - Can you help them out?

 

Every week, users come to the MTC seeking guidance or technical support for their Microsoft solutions, and we want to help highlight a few of these each week in the hopes of getting these questions answered by our amazing community!

 

In the Excel forum,  is asking the community for ideas to help resolve an issue ID problem for an issue log they’re building.

 

And in the Yammer forum,  is looking for a way to boost image upload speeds for higher resolution images.

 

Meanwhile,  is looking for insights about an issue they encountered while trying to present a pdf in Teams.

 

 

Next Week in Events – Mark Your Calendars!

 

 

Today is National Chewing Gum Day, so in the spirit of the holiday, our fun fact of the week is about the history of bubble gum pink. When Walter Diemer, the inventor of what would become Dubble Bubble, finally perfected his chewing gum recipe, the only food color he had left was red, which diluted into a pink color when added to the recipe. And thus, the distinctive bubble gum pink color was born!

 

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So, chew on that, and have a great weekend, everyone! :)

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