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Project Teams come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing that is common among all of them, if you are using Teams to collaborate and chat, you will absolutely need to invite external users into your Team. In this post, I would like to explain to you, step-by-step, how to invite external users to Teams, and what kind of access the… keep reading >
As you manage projects and collaborate with your colleagues via Teams, you will undoubtedly end up with lots of Teams workspaces in your environment. While some of the Teams might be ongoing (operational), the majority of Teams are probably set up for temporary projects or endeavors. What that means is that at some point, you will stop using a particular Team for… keep reading >
Don’t you wish you could moderate some of those “conversations” happening on social media these days? I wish I could magically turn off or disable the garbage I sometimes see from people liking, sharing, retweeting someone else’s “opinions.” While we can’t do it on public social media channels, we can do so in Microsoft Teams. So today, I would like to explain… keep reading >
Teams have now become almost synonymous with meetings and work from home, especially given the recent surge due to the pandemic. The most significant appeal of Teams is the ability to chat and hold meetings from within a single interface. However, Teams are not just for a chat and video calls. As I have explained previously, Teams as an application does not… keep reading >
In this post, I would like to explain the difference between Teams Wiki and OneNote. Both apps are highly visible from SharePoint and Teams and seem to serve the same purpose, so I would like to explain what they are and whether you should use one or another. OneNote OneNote is an application that allows you to take all kinds of notes.… keep reading >
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