Some people who have used SharePoint in the past are now migrating to Teams, since Teams can replace some of the communication and file sharing features of SharePoint. This video shows how to create a new team that is linked to an existing SharePoint group. You can also link the file storage library from a SharePoint group into a team.
- [Instructor] Many users switched over…to Teams after previously using SharePoint…to communicate and share files with coworkers.…This may be great moving forward,…but for many, the idea of rebuilding…old SharePoint content in Teams…is not an exciting prospect.…Fortunately, you can create a new team…based on an existing SharePoint group…and you can also link file libraries…from a SharePoint group into a team.…Let's start by looking at a SharePoint team site,…which I have open here in my web browser.…
I just set this up for demonstration purposes,…so it does not have a lot of content,…but it does have some members,…which I can see on this list,…and it also has files in the Document library.…So, first, if you want to create a new team in Teams…for this exact same group of people,…you can make a new team and link it…to the existing SharePoint group.…So, let's do that, let's go over to Teams,…I want to be in the Teams section, go down to the bottom,…click where it says Create and join team,…then I will create a new team from here.…
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- 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.