Getting Started with Microsoft Teams
Microsoft TEAMS has several advantages. First, and probably most importantly, all of your commonly used communication and collaboration tools are conveniently packaged to work together seamlessly. TEAMS replaces Skype for Business, SharePoint, shared drives and Zoom meetings. It allows you to do all of that in just one place and organized for your multiple groups and projects. As an added bonus, TEAMS is available on all your devices any time making real time collaboration super easy.
In Microsoft Teams, you have the control to decide what notifications you received, where you receive them, and how often you get them.
To create a Team, you will need to submit the request using the UND Teams request form.
See the UND Teams Request help article for more information the link to the request form.
There are two ways that you can be invited to join a Teams free org: via email or via direct link. Use Microsoft Teams on your desktop, on the web, or on your iOS or Android mobile. device.
Start a one-on-one or group chat in the Microsoft Teams mobile app to talk privately or collaborate with a smaller group.
See the Start a chat on the go help article and video for more information.
Got a file to share? You can upload and share files to work with others in Microsoft Teams. You can also filter files to find recent documents, ones that have been created or edited in your channels, or downloaded to your computer.
Is there is too much information in your Microsoft Teams activity feed? By filtering your activity feed, you can choose what you want to see.
See the Filter your activity feed help article and video for more information.
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