After posting a message, you have tools to edit and delete the message. So, no message is ever really final. Learn how to delete message and make changes. You can only edit or delete messages that you posted. You can't make any changes to the messages posted by other team members.
- [Instructor] Posting a message in a conversation…on Microsoft Teams is not necessarily a final action.…You have some options for editing…and even deleting messages after you've posted them.…So, I'm here in my Web Development team…in the Home Page Redesign channel…where we have some existing conversations.…And this is a conversation thread…with more messages than is currently visible.…So, I'm going to click here where it says 3 replies,…and I can see all of the messages here in this conversation.…
So, if you point your mouse cursor…at a message that has already been posted…you'll see a few buttons will appear…over here on the far right.…If I point at a message that somebody else posted…I only see two buttons.…But if I point at a message that I posted…I see a third button,…it's this button with three dots.…And I can click on that and I get a menu.…So, I've got options here to edit and delete this message.…So, only on messages that I've sent…I can edit and delete them to fix mistakes.…
So, I'll give you an example.…
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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 team members
- Scheduling a meeting and inviting attendees
- Sharing files
- Customizing channel tabs
- Using bots to add extra functionality
- Adjusting user settings
- Accessing administrator settings
- Using the mobile app for iOS and Android