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- Installing the Skype for Business application
- Touring the interface
- Managing contacts
- Sending instant messages
- Switching between call types
- Starting a call from Outlook 2016 for Windows
- Starting a conversation from Outlook on the web
- Scheduling meetings with the Office 365 calendar
- Joining a scheduled meeting
- Sharing extra content during a call
- Recording a call or meeting
- Using Skype for Business via an iOS or Android mobile app
Skill Level Appropriate for all
- [Nick] Welcome to this course on Skype for Business. I'm Nick Brazzi. Skype for Business is the enterprise level version of Skype, that is used by large organizations to support instant messages, video calls, and online meetings between coworkers and business partners. I'll start by clarifying the difference between the consumer level Skype and Skype for Business. We'll talk about how Skype for Business deployments work, and how you can get the tools installed. Next, we'll go through the different types of online conversations that you can have, text-based messages, audio and video calls, and scheduled meetings.
I'll explore the additional tools that you can access during online conversations. You can share files and even edit documents together with your online collaborators. You can share your screen, and you can display a whiteboard or poll questions. And of course, we'll talk about how Skype for Business works on mobile devices, as well. So, if you work for an organization that has a Skype for Business deployment set up, this is your path to learn how to use that system. Let's get started.
Q: This course was updated on 04/28/2017. What changed?
A: The following topic was updated: coauthoring Office documents.