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JeffHurrell-5296 asked SharonZhao-MSFT commented

Teams - setting up types of teams.

We are a small business (< 20 ee's)
When we setup a team, we're asked to create one a type - one of Private, Public or Org-Wide. Until now we have made the Teams private and added employee members as needed. As we grow this its proving to be difficult to add users to each team as needed. The reason we have not used org-wide is that we do not want our contractors or clients with MS BI access to see our files (we provide BI access to some customers and they have a login with our domain extension)

My questions is - which can I use to make it faster, but also restrict access from non employees?

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@JeffHurrell-5296,

Dynamic membership for teams can be a good choice. Using this feature, a given team's members update automatically based on a specific set of criteria, instead of manually managing membership. Doing this requires Azure AD Premium P1 licenses and team membership can be assigned by a tenant admin to any user's Azure AD properties.

For more details to create a dynamic group in Azure Active Directory, please refer to the Rule builder in the Azure portal and To create a group membership rule parts in this article.


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