This course is the second in a series concentrating on Microsoft Teams. You have started using Teams and conversations. In this course, collaborating with colleagues is explored. You will set advanced meeting options, share, co-edit and manage files in Teams.
The Team Owner role is important. You will undertake the role of the Team owner creating a team and channels, manage team membership and control settings and permissions within the team. You will use team and channel links, a team code and channel email addresses to enable collaboration with the team.
Teams is designed as a hub to bring together people and apps. We introduce two frequently used apps – Tasks by Planner and OneNote Online to illustrate how Teams can be at the centre of work-based activities.
Delegates will learn how to
- Create and set meeting options
- Work with Office documents in Teams
- Collaborate on documents in Teams
- Manage files within Teams
- Create Teams and channels with appropriate settings
- Manage Team membership
- Use team and channel links and channel email addresses
- Add apps to Teams
Create and Edit a Team
- Team structure
- Descriptions and Team type settings
Manage a Team
- Working with Team members and roles
- Setting Tags in Teams
- Adding apps
- Team Analytics
- Channel creation and naming conventions
- Channel visibility
- Channel settings
- Working with Private Channels
- Delete and recover Channels
Team and Channel Links
- Invitations by Team code
- Use a link to a Team or channel
- Get a channel email address and set options
- Meeting Settings
- Lobby settings
- Personal meeting options
- Live Captions
- Work with Meeting Notes
- Recording meetings
- Chat window
- Control and share content in a meeting
Collaborating on Content
- Office documents in Teams
- Adding existing documents
- Creating from scratch
- Editing files in Teams
- Co-editing directly from a channel
File Management in Teams
- Managing documents in a team
- Opening the Teams SharePoint site
- Document versions
- Manage File Access
- Set Document Alerts
- Teams Recycle Bin
- Create from a file
- Create from an App
Tasks by Planner and To Do Introduced
- App overview and integration with Teams
OneNote Online Introduced
- What is OneNote Online?
- Add OneNote as an App to a team or channel
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