In this post we are going to discuss how you can use a Microsoft Teams Team, to enable you to have a main meeting or lesson in Teams, where the attendees then split out into Breakout Groups or Rooms for collaboration work, and can then rejoin the main meeting at the appropriate time. This is Blog
What is a Microsoft Team? A Team is a place where you can collaborate with your colleagues or with people from other organisations. You can chat with individuals, have group chats, share files, and work with apps such as Microsoft Excel and Word. You can also have face-to-face meetings, organise video conferences, and have regular
Updated 3rd edition, with the option to get 14 more tips. This posts contains some fantastic top hints, tips, hacks and guidance on how to get the most of teams, and the best thing of all, this is just scratching the surface.
In this post, we are going to show how you can create a quiz in Microsoft Teams (and have it viewable as a tab in your Team). In addition, we will also show how you can add a poll into your team using the ‘conversation bar.’ To achieve this, all you will need is access
It has become a recent talking point to get your Microsoft Teams meetings and Live events broadcasted to your social media platforms. In this post, I will demonstrate a great solution using OBS Studio which offers numerous ways to integrate with Microsoft Teams. There are two key areas of integration I will be diving into. “Using OBS in your Teams Meetings” and “Using
When you start to work with Teams, especially if you are looking after Teams within your tenancy, it is important to gain an understanding of what it means to “create a Team”. First of all, creating a Team creates an Office 365 Group. This will pull together a number of pieces of functionality from across
Over the last ten years, audio conferencing has become the norm for the majority of workers across all industries. With remote and flexible working being key for a lot of workers, and businesses trying to drive down costs through less travel, it’s no wonder that conferencing has become so popular. Many organisations are also trying
This blog gives a great whistle-stop tour of one of Teams newer features, “Shifts”. If you want to manage shift patterns on mobile or desktop (within Teams) then this is a great introduction to this feature.