Microsoft Teams is a place where you can have conversations online with team members from your organization. The main focus is to give you a place to organize different groups of coworkers into teams. Then, each team can have several different conversation channels with several different chat threads for different topics and projects. See the options for organizing teams and channels. Then, see how to post messages and search through existing conversations.
- [Instructor] Microsoft Teams is a tool…for having conversations online with team members…from your organization.…You can access Teams either by going…to the Teams tile here on the Office 365 landing page…or by going to teams.microsoft.com.…You could also install the desktop application,…but the functionality is nearly identical.…The main focus here is to give you a place…to organize different groups of co-workers into teams.…Then each team can have…several different conversation channels…with several different conversation threads…for different topics and projects.…
The organization and searchability in Teams means…that you can have one place for all…of the discussion related to the different projects…your company is working on.…Since it is a hub for conversation and even file sharing,…some people use Teams as their home base in Office 365.…So over on the far left side,…I want to make sure we're in the Teams section.…Then in the column in the middle,…you can see that I have one team called Web Designers.…A team is a group of people in your organization…
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- Understanding the types of Office 365 accounts
- Managing collaborative conversations with Teams
- Working in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
- Touring the interface in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Working with formatting tools
- Co-authoring documents from OneDrive or SharePoint
- Sharing files and co-authoring in Skype for Business