The main goal in Microsoft Teams is to send messages that your coworkers can see and respond to. This video shows the essentials of posting messages, reading messages, and replying. Learn about @mentions, which allow you to direct a message to a specific person.
- [Instructor] The main thing that most people will do…in Microsoft Teams is engage in a conversation…with other team members, so let's see how that works.…I want to make sure I'm on the Teams category…where I can see a list of my teams and the channels…contained within those teams.…If you do not see your individual channels,…just click on the triangle next to your team…to open it up to see all of your channels.…And I want to click on the General channel…here in this team.…Since our last movie, I've taken the time to fill out…some conversations here in this channel.…
We see a few conversations consisting of several messages,…some with threaded replies.…This is pretty standard, so let's switch over…to another channel and start a new conversation…to see what it takes to start building this out.…So I'm going to go to that Home Page Redesign channel…that we built, and this channel is currently empty.…Let's get started here.…To start a conversation is probably pretty obvious.…I can go to this text field down at the bottom,…
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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