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MTC Weekly Roundup – December 22

This post has been republished via RSS; it originally appeared at: New blog articles in Microsoft Community Hub.

Hello hello, everyone! I hope you’re all having a good week without too much on your plate.


Speaking of plates, before I log off to partake in some festive feasting, lets recap some highlights from the past few days in the MTC and start looking ahead to the new year :)


MTC Moments of the Week


We are putting this week’s MTC Member of the Week spotlight on , a longtime Tech Community member and Microsoft MVP. We sincerely appreciate all the knowledge and guidance you share across so many different MTC forums!


Over on the blogs this week,  shared an announcement about a brand new webinar series coming January 25, 2023: the Security Experts Roundtable! This series will bring together top experts across the industry to talk about recent, impactful security topics of all sorts, starting with the first webinar which will include a breakdown of top threats seen over the holidays and more. So register now so you don’t miss out!


Lastly, as we enter the last couple weeks of 2022, Community Events are taking a short break for the holidays. We will be back in the new year with more AMAs, so mark your calendars and RSVP to join our Microsoft product experts and engineers to learn more about a variety of solutions:





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 looking for help with a pivot table report so that it displays the difference between audits for various parks.


Meanwhile, over in the Teams forum,  has run into an issue when using the Teams app for video calls on their Macbook Pro where for the first few minutes, they can’t see anyone but can hear them.




And for our fact of the week… did you know that the famous, red-nosed reindeer Rudolph could have had a different name? Author Robert L. May also considered other names before settling on Rudolph, including Reginald, Rollo, and Romeo. Imagine that next time you hear the song!



And with that, I wish you all a wonderful weekend, Happy Holidays to those who celebrate, and I’ll see y’all back here next week!

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