Tag: Microsoft Teams Tips

Top 7 Hidden Features in Microsoft Teams
Top 7 Hidden Features in Microsoft Teams
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Last year Microsoft Teams overtook Slack when it reached 13 million daily users. Since then it has only grown and continues to add new features. We recapped some of these new features that were announced at last year’s Microsoft Ignite, including the long-awaited addition of private channels. However, as more and more features are added some are inevitably going… READ MORE

5 Best Practices for Microsoft Teams and Information Management
5 Best Practices for Microsoft Teams and Information Management
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As more organizations start utilizing Microsoft Teams, there are increasing concerns around how to properly manage all the information that users are generating. In our recent webinar, we provided the basic steps of how to get information management up and running simply and quickly. The key is breaking the problem down into bite-sized, actionable chunks!   1. Map and Understand Your Information  The first step is to… READ MORE

3 Best Practices to Reduce Emails with Teams
3 Best Practices to Reduce Emails with Teams
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One ”promise” that is often heard when Microsoft Teams is being rolled out is that: it will reduce emails. After a view weeks – months it is stated that the number of emails is still high and nothing has changed. Teams is not a magic wand and it does not change people after software installation. Yep,… READ MORE

Where To Go for Help with Microsoft Teams
Where To Go for Help with Microsoft Teams
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So much happening on the first full day of sessions at #ESPC18, and some excellent questions and discussion happening in the Ask the Experts section of the expo hall. For those in attendance, if you have specific questions about a Microsoft product or service, you’ll definitely want to visit the ATE section, right next to the Community… READ MORE

The step-by-step guide to sending Email into Microsoft Teams
The step-by-step guide to sending Email into Microsoft Teams
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Imagine you are a sales person (without Microsoft Teams) out on the road and you get an Email from a potential customer. The customer is asking for a special deal which requires you to discuss it further with your sales team. Normally, you’d forward the Email to your colleagues and then Email tennis would continue for the next few hours. Then, after a… READ MORE