In this course, students will join and create Teams, modify and create channels, create and store files, and develop Wikis.COURSE OBJECTIVES:
Upon successful completion of the class, students will master advanced capabilities of Teams and be able to create, delete, and modify teams, channels, and meetings.
What is Teams?
- Collaboration tool
- Activity tracker
- Communication tool
- Online meeting holder
- File storage
Why Teams as opposed to other programs?
- SFB, Outlook, SharePoint - Office 365 tools
- Outside tools (web pages, phone, discussion board, news)
- All are available in Teams
- Tools pane (left side)
- Section components (left side)
- Find content (top)
- Work area (center)
- Create/Join Teams (bottom left)
Joining a team/Creating a team
- Bottom left - click join or create a team
- Different types of teams (public vs. private vs. org-wide)
- Joining a team
- Creating a team
- Team owners, members, and guests
Communicating with people in your organization
- Chat - finding people, process of IM, associated tools (emojis, attach files, stickers, gifs, praise, stream), and change to call
- Conversations - difference between chat and conversation, communicating in a conversation, and replies.
- Creating files - Using Office Online (Word/Excel/PPT/OneNote), saving files (not necessary; file is automatically saved), accessing files, uploading files
- Collaboration - co-authoring, track changes
- Wiki - what is a wiki, keeping the information handy, adding content/pages
- Joining (from meeting invite or Meet Now)
- Creating a meeting (in Outlook or in Teams)
- Taking part - using microphone/camera, screen sharing, recordings, meeting notes, and chat messages.
This course is intended for individuals interested in reviewing more advanced features of Teams.