It’s easy to meet through Microsoft Teams. You can invite others to meet right now, or you can schedule a future meeting through the calendar tab. Participants can take notes, invite others, share content, and even record the meeting for team members to watch later. After each meeting, all the notes, recordings, shared files, and conversations are available for future reference. Teams takes the stress out of scheduling, organizing and recording meetings, so you can focus on content and collaboration. Even better, Office 365 and Teams A1 is free to educators right now!
Watch this 30-minute instructor-led training to see real-world scenarios of Microsoft Teams in action. Learn about the advantages of Teams including staying connected with teammates during remote work, collaborating on documents, and managing projects more easily. Due to increased demand, classes are filling quickly, so sign up soon. Microsoft will be adding more live sessions, but you are also invited to view training on-demand.
This infographic outlines a day in the life of a remote worker using Microsoft Teams to collaborate, create, and be more productive while working at home. See how this employee uses multiple features to stay connected with the team and work efficiently.
This post from Microsoft’s leadership team details our commitment to customers during the COVID-19 crisis. It outlines how Microsoft’s top priority is the health and safety of employees, customers, partners, and communities. It also explains how Teams is available for everyone and what Microsoft is doing to keep the application running smoothly.
Remote Working with Office 365
Working from home is a big change in an already tumultuous time. Yet there’s a bright side. The quarantine could be your opportunity to reinvent how you work â€” for the better. Migrating to Microsoft Office 365 has benefits now. Plus, when you’re back to business as usual.
Office 365 is the cloud-based version of Microsoft Office. With a subscription, you get both the desktop and online versions of apps you already know. This includes Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, SharePoint, Teams, Yammer, and more.
Office 365 enables collaboration in many ways, on desktops, tablets, and smartphones. For example:
- Outlook â€” primarily associated with email, but also lets you share notes and files
- Teams â€” a hub for instant messaging, video conferencing and calls
- SharePoint â€” an internal content management platform. SharePoint lets you customize team sites where you automate workflows and share resources
- Yammer â€” a social network connecting all the users in your organization
- OneDrive â€” allows users to share and co-author documents securely