Welcome to our new series where we share Microsoft Teams tips and tricks. Microsoft Teams is an extremely versatile collaborative platform on its own, but it contains many powerful embedded tools and functions. It has many useful functions that are often overlooked, or only used for their most basic functions. This is why we started this series, to help you leverage all the functions available to experience the full extent of Teams and to increase your efficiency.
There will be a total of 23 Microsoft Teams Tips, and in each post we will dive into what feature will be the main focus, and include in depth tutorials that will show you how to navigate around each tip.
If you’re asking yourself what is Microsoft Teams, or you’re unfamiliar with this platform, we’ve got you covered. In short, Microsoft Teams is a central communication hub for your workplace. Teams gives their users their ability to chat, meet, call, and collaborate with their peers or team members. There’s a wide range of features in Teams to help you stay connected and organized. To learn more about Microsoft Teams before diving into our series, head over to our Youtube Channel where we give a breakdown of Teams and how to navigate around it.