This video shows how to create a new team using an existing team as a template. You can decide which features you want to reuse from the existing team when creating your new team. Using the new team as a starting point, you can add more members and make other changes.
- [Instructor] You can use an existing team … as a starting point to create a new team … that has the same settings, channels, and members. … Make sure you're in the Team section. … Click the Join or create team button at the bottom, … then click Create team. … Choose the option to Create from an existing … Office 365 group or team, then choose team. … This lets you create a new team … using an existing team as a template. … Choose the existing team that you want to use, … give it a name, and choose which elements … from the original team you want applied … to the new team, then click Create. … The new team has been created. … You can add new members or skip this step. … You now have a new team that has the same settings … and channels as the original team. … This can be a great starting point. … From here, you can add or remove members or change settings. … …
- Customizing your notifications
- Using Do Not Disturb efficiently
- Using keyboard shortcuts in Teams
- Working with bookmarks
- Using the immersive reader
- Sharing files
- Forwarding an email into a channel
- Managing and archiving teams
- Tips for Teams meetings
- Using the dark theme
- Adjusting admin settings
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Teams Tips
2. Working with Messages
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3. Working with Teams
4. Meeting Tips
5. Customizing the Interface
6. Other Helpful Tips
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