Join Teams work meetings from Microsoft Teams (free) and vice versa

Microsoft Teams (Free) users can currently join Teams for work (or school) meetings only as guests, which requires them to use a browser and results in a sub-optimal experience. The new feature rolling out will allow these users to join Teams for work (or school) meetings in one click, without being redirected to the browser or asked to fill in their name/surname. They will also be able to continue collaborating with the meeting organizer and other participants via meeting chat after the meeting.  The feature will work in the opposite way as well, so Teams for work (or school) will just as easily be able to join meetings hosted by a Teams Free user with one click. This is associated with Roadmap ID: 167326

An "important" lesson from day one at Lync 2013 Ignite

Lync 2013 comes with new features and new functionality. To support all of these new functions, there has been introduced a big set of new PowerShell cmdlets.
This didn't come as a surprise to me, as I have been playing around with the preview for a bit, and I have been reading Tom Arbuthnot's excellent post on the subject.
One of these "important" new cmdlets is the "Invoke-CsManagementServerFailover" command. Why?
Well, If you are anything like me, you type as little as possible, and you use the TAB as much as possible, you might to look out for this one. My "default" is to type "invoke-csma" + TAB. to get to the Invoke-"CsManagementStoreReplication" and then hit enter.

Unless I now hit enter twice, i will start the process of failing over the CMS.

I have no idea of how many times I'll fail over the CMS before I actually learn to hit tab twice, but I know I'll get there in the end.

So what was the important lesson here? It's not what you have to learn, but what you have to unlearn :)

For future reference, here's a list of all the cmdlets for Lync 2013