Microsoft Teams is a communication and collaboration tool designed to connect team members and enhance collaboration.
Key Features and Benefits
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Removing a User from a Team's Channel
Team owners get to decide which team members can delete and restore channels. To delete a channel, go to the channel name and click More options > Delete this channel. Keep in mind that once you delete a channel, you also lose its entire conversation history. However, the OneNote sections associated with that channel will still show up on your team's SharePoint site.
Note: If you’re considering deleting a channel because you’re being inundated by notifications about new messages, you can instead just turn off notifications.
Can’t Make a Call or Chat
You can make one-on-one or group calls with anyone in your organization directly from a chat without having to host a team meeting. These calls are private and won't appear in any team conversation. However, entries for the calls will appear in your chat. To learn how to make calls click here
Scheduling a Teams meeting using Outlook
Microsoft Teams includes the Outlook add-in, which lets you create new Teams meetings directly from Outlook. It also lets people view, accept, or join meetings in either app. To schedule a meeting, open Outlook and switch to the calendar view. Click New Teams Meeting at the top of the view.
Using Microsoft Teams Tabs
Give team members quick access to tools, services, and files with Microsoft Teams Tabs. Tabs are always visible at the top of the screen, so everyone can get to them easily.
Click here to learn how to add tabs in Teams
Adding and Sharing files in Teams
In Microsoft Teams, you can show your desktop, a specific app, presentation, or any file while in a meeting. Click here to learn how to share or add files
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Staff, Faculty and Students
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