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teams team clone

Creates a clone of a Microsoft Teams team

Usage

teams team clone [options]

Options

Option Description
--help output usage information
-i, --teamId <teamId> The ID of the Microsoft Teams team to clone
-n, --displayName <displayName> The display name for the new Microsoft Teams Team
-p, --partsToClone <partsToClone> A comma-separated list of the parts to clone. Allowed values are apps|channels|members|settings|tabs
-d, --description [description] The description for the new Microsoft Teams Team
-c, --classification [classification] The classification for the new Microsoft Teams Team. If not specified, will be copied from the original Microsoft Teams Team
-v, --visibility [visibility] Specify the visibility of the new Microsoft Teams Team. Allowed values are Private|Public.
-o, --output [output] Output type. json|text. Default text
--verbose Runs command with verbose logging
--debug Runs command with debug logging

Remarks

Using this command, global admins and Microsoft Teams service admins can access teams that they are not a member of.

When tabs are cloned, they are put into an unconfigured state. The first time you open them, you'll go through the configuration screen. If the person opening the tab does not have permission to configure apps, they will see a message explaining that the tab hasn't been configured.

Examples

Creates a clone of a Microsoft Teams team with mandatory parameters

teams team clone --teamId 15d7a78e-fd77-4599-97a5-dbb6372846c5 --displayName "Library Assist" --partsToClone "apps,tabs,settings,channels,members"

Creates a clone of a Microsoft Teams team with mandatory and optional parameters

teams team clone --teamId 15d7a78e-fd77-4599-97a5-dbb6372846c5 --displayName "Library Assist" --partsToClone "apps,tabs,settings,channels,members" --description "Self help community for library" --classification "Library" --visibility "public"