In Teams, you can share files with your team members. See how to upload files, how to view files that have been shared, and we'll explore a few management tools for the files you have uploaded to your Team.
- [Instructor] Sharing files with your teammates…in Microsoft Teams is pretty easy,…and if you share a Microsoft Office document,…your team can collaborate and edit that file together.…In this movie, I want to focus specifically…on sharing files with your teammates.…So, first to share a file, you want to go to a text field,…either to reply to an existing conversation,…or to start a new conversation.…You do not need to type in some text,…but I think it's nice to give some context…to the file that I'm uploading.…So I'm going to type something in here.…
So, you don't have to type in text,…but what you do need to do is find the paper ciip button.…Remember this row of buttons directly below the text box?…We want to click on the paper clip button,…which will open up the interface to upload the file.…We've got a few options here.…The Recents category shows me a list of recent files…that I've uploaded to Microsoft Teams.…If you use OneDrive, you can navigate…to the files and folders on your OneDrive from here.…And then there's this category for Microsoft Teams,…
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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