Microsoft Teams 2 of 4 – How to create a Team, Channel, Invite Members
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If you enabled Microsoft Teams in the admin console and are still getting the “You’re missing out!Ask your IT administrator for access to Microsoft Teams.” Error when visiting you’ll need to download the desktop app at then login locally.

What you’ll learn in this video
• Enable Teams (you must be an admin)
• Download the Desktop application
• Create a Team Workspace
• Invite Members
• Create Channel(s)
• Be Productive!
• How to enable Microsoft Teams [Video Tutorial] • How to start a Microsoft Teams Meeting [Video Tutorial] • How to use Microsoft Team Files / SharePoint Files [Video Tutorial] • How to use Microsoft Team Chat
• How to use Microstoft Team TBot / Bots
• More information about teams:

Microsoft Teams Workspaces is being called the Slack Replacement, Slack Killer… basically a better slack. But is this true? Can Microsoft compete with the cool social working platform that millennials love – or the wanna be millennials. Slack makes engagement around work a lot less “Oh my goodness another email” and more “hmm let’s see what the team is working on.” Can Microsoft adjust or is Microsoft going to blow them out of the water?
I’m a little biased because I love Microsoft Office 365. I mean LOVE. I am addicted to everything Office 365 – from Office 365 Groups to OneNote to Microsoft Planner. Having everything you need in one area and being able to collaborate on documents, notes and project files from your desktop at the same time is genius. Then there’s Yammer, Yammer is the Facebook of the business world. The truth is, millennials are heading into the corporate space with innovative ideas. Adding social collaboration features to normally mundane, boarding day to day activities makes it easier to keep great talent. Microsoft got it right with teams. Everything in one place. Take Office 365 Groups add Yammer and top it off with a little Skype for Business and there you go… Productive Collaboration.
Microsoft Teams also includes a desktop client for Windows and Mac (imagine that) and mobile apps. Let’s not forget the oh so important emojis, gifs, and stickers. Don’t worry, admins can turn these features off.

"Socially Nina" Thomas

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