It's common to share files with teammates in Teams or to simply use the file management tools in Teams to work with files on OneDrive. But, you can also integrate other file storage tools, like Dropbox and Google Drive, allowing you to access and manage those files inside of Teams.
- [Narrator] File storage is a big part of Teams.…You can use the built in tools to browse…your own files, or you can share files with team members.…If you already use a cloud storage tool like Dropbox…or Google Drive, you'll be happy to know…that you can integrate many of those…with the file storage tools in Teams.…First, I want to go to the files section just by clicking…this button in the sidebar on the left.…Here, I could go to the Teams category…to browse through the files that have been shared…with Teams that I am a member of, whether I shared them…or another team member shared them.…
Also, since Teams is part of Office 365, I can browse…my OneDrive as well, or I can hit this button…down at the bottom of the panel to add…a different cloud storage tool.…These are the cloud storage services that you can link to…as of the time of this recording.…Remember, Microsoft makes changes and updates to Teams…all the time, so these options could change.…Also, be aware that your administrator can disable…any or all of these if they need to, so it's possible…
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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.