It's easy for the Teams interface to get cluttered if you are a member of several teams or if you have some teams with lots of different channels. This video shows how to remove teams and channels from the favorites category, essentially hiding them from your view. This can be a great way to clean up the interface.
- [Instructor] If you are a member…of lots of teams with lots of channels,…your interface can get pretty cluttered.…If there are any teams, or even specific channels…that you don't use very often,…you can hide them to clean up your interface.…Of course, you can delete channels…or leave a team that you don't want to be a member of,…but this movie is about keeping teams and channels around,…but removing them from your field of view…to minimize clutter.…First, let's talk about hiding a team,…or, to be more accurate, what we're doing…is removing a team from Favorites.…
Find the team that you want to remove…and you'll see there's a menu next to the name of the team;…we'll click on that, and there's an option here…to Remove Favorite.…When you create or join a team,…that team is automatically considered a favorite.…You may not have noticed,…but there is a category header…up here at the top of your teams called Favorites.…So this is not necessarily a list of all of your teams,…it's actually a list of your favorite teams.…
- Saving time with bots
- Extending the functionality of Teams with apps
- Forwarding emails to Teams
- Modifying your notifications and alerts
- Using Teams as the hub for all of your Office 365 apps
- Hiding channels and teams you don't use
- Helpful keyboard shortcuts
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 10/22/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: keyboard shortcuts in Teams, commands for the command box, using the Who app to get info about teammates, and using bots in Teams.