A targeting rule could be applied to each Microsoft Teams Template to define who can use it, based on the user profile data.

Intrinsically, targeting rules are a combination of values and expressions that are evaluated against a user profile to determine if a Business Solution is shown to him or not.

Common scenarios

You'll find here after a list Common Scenarios for the audience targeting. 

 Target: Users in France

user.country === 'FR'

Target: Users outside of Germany

user.country !== 'GE'

Target: English speakers from any country


Target: French or Belgium users from the Marketing Department

( user.country === 'FR' || user.country === 'BE' ) && user.department === 'Marketing'

Domain-based targeting: "users with @contoso.com or @contoso.fr in their domain name"

user.email.includes('@contoso.com') === true || user.email.includes('@contoso.fr') === true

Email based targeting: users with [email protected]contoso.com or [email protected]contoso.fr, etc

user.mail === '[email protected]' || user.mail === '[email protected]' || user.mail === '[email protected]'

To get more information about the naming convention and all the available tags can be found on the Tech Hub Documentation Portal

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