In Cyberday reports are summaries of data that can be distributed in read-only format outside of just admins and core team members utilizing teams insiden MS Teams. In this way, for example, certain clear summaries can be distributed to auditors or own top management.
To share reports you can choose an existing or create a new team.
New team in Microsoft Teams is created like this:
After this you can select team members and other settings one by one or start with an existing team or from 365 group.
To view reports, users must have at least contributor user status in Cyberday.
Check the boxes “Is this an external user?” and “Allow teams access with…” when you want to share reports to an auditor for example. External users are not counted into guideline stats and are not suggested as owners for other items in Cyberday.
In Teams your Cyberday account content can be seen only by users whose domain is on the allowed domains list.
When Cyberday app is added to the team it adds the report view.
Actual work in Cyberday is done using the normal “Open” or "Add" option, which will point to the user's personal scope in MS Teams. “Add to team” is dedicated for report sharing.
To add Cyberday to the Teams-team:
There is a new tab in the channel/team you selected. This tab contains the created reports, that have been marked with a star and are related to this framework. By clicking the star in the reports you can control which reports are shown in the share view and which are only inside the organization.