1. Preplan

Preplanning is always a good idea before undergoing Teams migration. As soon as you give a heads up for migrating to Teams, make sure your source and destination are ready to undergo the process.

  1. Maintain admin accounts to monitor the migration process.

The migration tool takes care 491 visa processing times of the aspects of the migration process successfully but keeping a check on it manually always helps. Create dedicated admin accounts beforehand on the source and destination platforms to help you easily track them.

  1. Restrict Teams usage during migration to prevent data alteration

Teams’ usage during migration can result in data alteration that might lead During Teams migration, each aspect such as users, group names, channel permissions etc. 

  1. Resolve duplicate names

The source and destination might have few commonly named users or groups. These may or may not be intentionally same and might have different permissions sets or purposes. If you find same-named group names in the destination that you might not like to be merged to the new one, making little changes in their names can be a quick and easy fix.

5.Make a list of Users to be mapped

The source might bring along some orphan users who are present in the source but not in the destination. In such a case, Microsoft teams best practices include a bit of offline work on your part too to tackle any rare case of a technical glitch. It is recommended to maintain a personal checklist too to serve in an event of an emergency.