Microsoft Teams is a collaboration application found in Microsoft 365. It enables your workgroups to stay organized and have discussions all in one place. Join us and learn more.
Successful organizations appreciate the importance of constant communication and notes-sharing among their staff. It ensures that all units channel their efforts towards a common goal. However, with a mobile workforce – or teams that are far apart – collaboration becomes challenging. Microsoft Teams is a group chat solution based in the cloud. It helps users manage and share documents, store files online, create collaborative groups, and receive real-time notifications. The platform, which has improved on Skype for Business, is ideal for video conferencing, calling, instant messaging, and file sharing. It allows you to shift between messaging and video conferencing seamlessly while simultaneously working with its powerful inbuilt integration of the Microsoft 365 suite.
It combines application integration, workplace chat, file storage, and video meetings to form a single business-oriented platform for communication and collaboration.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration space for colleagues. It works as a communication center to get more tasks done together, besides giving you the ability to work privately on individual projects. It also provides secure enterprise-level document storage spaces that your teams work from.
What can your users do with Microsoft Teams?
The platform has an easy-to-use and user-friendly interface that consists of:
1. Teams: These are different workgroups. Each of your users will be a part of various groups based on their roles and responsibilities. The teams are distinguished by projects, departments, programs, or initiatives.
2. Channels: Different workstreams that happen within a group. They are more of project phases or separate departmental functions. It’s in channels where you hold meetings, have team conversations, and share files.
At the top of each channel, there are Tabs (links to your favorite files, app, and services).
3. Calendar: Here, you can see everything you got lined up for the day or week, and even schedule other meetings. It syncs with your Outlook Calendar.
4. Activity: This is where you catch up on your unread messages, mentions, replies, and more. It has a command box for searching specific items or people, taking quick actions, and visiting apps.
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