Microsoft Teams is a dedicated hub that brings together the people, conversations, content and tools your team needs to collaborate and achieve more. Microsoft Teams allows you to readily communicate and make quick decisions in real time.
With Teams, you can initiate a private or group chat, share files and co-author content. You can also host on-line meetings with people inside or outside your organisation and you can make and transfer calls. All this communication can be done across devices, in the office or on the go!
This course is an introduction to Teams and is designed to assist existing Office 365 users who are looking to gain an understanding of the functionality available in Teams within Microsoft 365.
By actively participating in this course, you will learn about the following:
It is assumed that delegates are already familiar with the main features of Microsoft Office and Microsoft 365 and they are comfortable working in that environment. They should have previously attended the Microsoft 365 Introduction to Web Apps course or have equivalent knowledge and experience.
Getting Started with Teams
Best Practices for Organising Teams in Microsoft Teams
Create your first Teams and Channels
What is a Channel in Microsoft Teams?
Chat in Microsoft Teams
Search for Messages, People or Files
Add an App to Teams
Meeting and Calls
Permissions and Privacy in Microsoft Stream
Taking Meeting Notes in Teams
Additional Functions in a Teams Meeting
Appendix A - Participate in a Teams Meeting on Surface Hub