The status message lets other users know whether you are available and ready to receive messages. This video shows two ways to quickly switch between Available, Away, and Busy.
- [Instructor] Your status lets people know…whether you are available…to send and receive messages in teams.…Look at the icon for your team members.…The green badge means they are available.…The yellow badge means they are signed in…but away from their computer,…and the red badge means they are busy…or set to the Do Not Disturb mode.…From the account menu, open the Status submenu.…Then set your status.…For a quick way to set your status message,…use the command box.…
Use the keyboard shortcut control slash on Windows…or command slash on Mac.…That places a slash in the command box.…Or if you prefer, you could just click on the command box…and type in the slash.…After the slash, type in your preferred status,…like busy, away or available.…Then hit return.…After a moment, your status will change.…You can quickly change your status this way…whenever you want.…
- 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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