Microsoft Teams is part of the Office 365 package, and it is a great tool for chatting, conducting conversations and holding virtual meetings.
Teams is particularly suitable for informal communication between individuals in a department/unit or on a project, and it has a number of functions that resemble those we know from social media.
To get the best out of Teams, we recommend that you download Teams to your computer.
If you are invited to participate in a Team meeting, you will receive an invitation in Outlook containing a link to the meeting. Click on the link and you will be going.
You can participate in a meeting without installing the Teams app by logging in to www.office.com. You will however have limited functionality. As a result we recommend installing the app.
An introduction to the basic functions and getting started with Teams.
The introductory course gives you an understanding of what Microsoft Teams is, what it can be used for, and how you can use it in your work procedures.
Teams is well-suited to holding virtual meetings and chatting with one or more colleagues. Learn how to use Teams as a meeting and chat platform.
Now you can join Teams-meetings from Videoconference in Meeting rooms, where videoconference is installed.
Even when you are on the go, you can join conversations and collaborate with co-workers. Download the app and collaborate no matter where you are.
Download the app from Google Play Store or from the App Store. The app is called Microsoft Teams.
To set up a meeting in Teams, create a meeting invitation in Outlook, just as you normally do.
Give the meeting a title and select the people you want to invite to the meeting.
Find the meeting invitation for the meeting you want to change to a Teams meeting and open it.
If you have a meeting in your calendar that you would like to change to a Teams meeting, log on to office.com as described in ‘How to set up a meeting in Teams (Mac)’ above.