One of the biggest features of Microsoft Teams is the ability to easily meet, now or later, with audio or video. If you’ve never had a meeting in Microsoft Teams but have been curious, this post is for you! Read more
It’s important to keep your software up-to-date for security reasons–and for new features! Microsoft Teams will automatically check for updates occasionally, but sometimes you want to make sure that your organization is running the latest and greatest software. Read more
Here’s another quick tip to add to your MS Teams arsenal: edit existing posts. Maybe you can’t stand typos. Maybe you need to update old information. Whatever the reason, Microsoft Teams makes it incredibly simple to go back and edit as needed. Read more
Another recent feature addition is the ability to act on multiple files simultaneously, making work with files more efficient. Navigate to any ‘Files’ tab in any Channel:
Additional application settings were added to Microsoft teams in a recent release, giving you more control over how you want MS Teams to behave. Check it out by clicking on your user icon, then Application: Read more
Let’s be real–Microsoft Teams is still in its infancy. While a new release–with new features–arrives every few weeks, there is still a lot of room for improvement! (By the way, you can check recent release notes under Chat->T-Bot->Release Notes.) As you explore and use Teams, you may think of improvements or new feature ideas. It’s very easy to submit them, and you absolutely should! These ideas funnel back to the User Feedback website for Microsoft Teams. Not only can you submit ideas (or bugs, for that matter)–you can also stay up-to-date and vote on existing & popular ideas.
This tip is easy to miss and very convenient! As you browse through Teams, when you see a contact’s icon, you can hover over it and access a nifty little menu: Read more
Hey there! In this tip, I wanted to point out the difference between a reply vs a new conversation in Microsoft Teams.
There are two places to start typing in the Conversations tab–at the bottom with the mini Compose Box, or under an existing ‘conversation’: Read more
You may have noticed in Conversations–Microsoft Teams actually has quite a robust chat feature. Any time you see the chat bar, a number of customization options are available: Read more