The Who command gives you the ability to retrieve information about your coworkers from your organization's directory. See how to search for somebody and work with the information that is provided in the Who search results.
- [Instructor] You can find information…about your coworkers using the Who command.…Click on the Command box at the top of the screen.…Type the slash key followed by the word who,…then a space.…Then just type in the name of somebody…in your Office 365 organization and hit enter.…If this is your first time,…you may be prompted to install the Who app.…And you'll also be prompted to give the app permission.…Information about that person…from your company's Office 365 directory will be displayed.…
If your organization does not maintain a directory…with Office 365,…there will be nothing there.…There are several options from here…for sending messages to this person.…Or you can invite them to a meeting.…You can see who they work with,…or if you click the Org chart button,…you can get an idea of where this person is…in the organization.…If you receive messages or see posts from a person…you don't know,…the Who command helps you identify them.…
- 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
Target people with @mentions1m 19s
3. Working with Teams
4. Meeting Tips
5. Customizing the Interface
6. Other Helpful Tips
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