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Whether you are creating a team for your department or a project, Microsoft Teams serves as a central point of meeting, file storage, and collaboration. This article demonstrates how to create a team specifically geared towards a department.
Learn how to share documents from your department's team files.
There may be times when you need to collaborate with YSU users that do not belong to your team. This article explains how to setup a channel that can be shared with an individual(s) or another team.
Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, assignments, and apps together in one place, letting educators create vibrant learning environments. Build collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learning communities, and connect with colleagues – all from a single experience.
YSU is opting to remove synced SharePoint and Teams files and replacing them with file shortcuts instead.
This article discusses the ability to add guests outside of YSU to a Team.
Microsoft Teams is a collaborative virtual space used for business and education that helps your team or class stay organized and have conversations—all in one place.
Channels can serve as functional units within a Team that represents a stream of collaboration, chat, and unit specific processes. This article explains how to create a channel for a unit that exists within a department.
Article discussing moving files or folders to another channel or Team in Microsoft Teams.
Add Bookings in Teams to view appointments for you and your department!
Recovering deleted files and folders from a Microsoft Teams Channel file repository using SharePoint.
This article details how to open Microsoft Office native files (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) from Teams in your local desktop installation of Microsoft Office.
Connection considerations when working in the Microsoft Teams environment.
Webpage of images provided by YSU Marketing and Communications for use as Virtual Backgrounds in Online Meeting Software.