Real-time video and audio conversations in Teams are referred to as meetings. You can jump into a meeting at a moment's notice, or you can schedule them a specific time. This video introduces meetings in general and focuses specifically on the on-demand meeting format.
- You can do audio and video-based meetings in teams.…If you watched the video in this course on chats,…then you've seen the interface…for audio and video calls inside of chats,…which is pretty similar to when you do…audio or video meetings.…But getting into the meeting is different.…You can start a meeting on-demand at any time,…or you can schedule meetings.…In this movie, we will focus on on-demand meetings.…To start a meeting, you'll go to…a regular conversation channel,…you'll go to a text box where you'll post a new message…or where you're replying to an existing thread.…
Below that text box, you'll see…this button with a camera on it.…That will start a new meeting.…At the time of this recording,…you cannot do video meetings in the web interface.…You can do audio only on the web,…but for the full experience,…you should use the desktop application.…Of course, video meetings only work…if your computer has a camera built in.…Most laptop computers and even some desktop computers…have microphones and cameras built in,…
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- Touring the interface
- Creating teams and adding members
- Sending, receiving, editing, and deleting messages
- Using chats for private messages
- Managing and deleting teams, channels, and conversations
- Scheduling a meeting and inviting attendees
- Sharing files
- Customizing channel tabs
- Using apps, bots, and connectors to add extra functionality
- Adjusting user settings
- Accessing administrator settings
- Using the mobile app for iOS and Android