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Office 365: Teams Training
Teams Desktop, Web, and Mobile
- Pull together a team.
- Use chat instead of email.
- Securely edit files at the same time.
- See likes, @mentions, and replies with just a single tap.
- Customize it by adding notes, web sites, and apps.
Sign-in and Setup
To get started using Teams you first need to sign in. The Teams desktop application requires VPN, but the web and mobile applications do not.
In addition to the desktop client, Microsoft Teams can be used on a mobile device (e.g. iOS and Android devices). Learn more about using Teams Mobile.
NOTE: Prior to using Teams for mobile devices, you will need to Enroll Your Mobile Device in Intune Company Portal.
Sign-in and Setup Training
A quick start guide was created to get you up and running with Microsoft Teams immediately.
- Welcome to Microsoft Teams
- Sign in and get started with Teams
- Notifications and Settings
- Microsoft Teams - Best Features
- Microsoft Teams Essentials Training
Teams and Channels
A team is a group of people gathered to get something big done in your organization. Sometimes it’s your whole organization.
Teams are made up of channels, which are the conversations you have with your teammates. Each channel is dedicated to a specific topic, department, or project. Learn more about Teams and Channels.
Teams and Channels Training
- Overview of Teams and Channels
- Create a Shared Channel in Teams
- Get Your Team Up and Running
- Filter Your Activity Feed
- Sync SharePoint and Teams files with your computer
- See all your Meetings in Teams
- Add guests to a Team
Chat is at the center of whatever you do in Teams. From individual chats with just one other person to group chats and conversations in channels—chat has you covered. Learn more about chat.
Conversation Tools Training
- Create and Format a Post
- Start and Pin Chats
- Use tags to reach a group of people
- Use Apps
- Add a Poll to Your Teams Channel or Chat
Creating, Finding, and Sharing Files
Teams makes it easy to work with and share the files your team produces and acquires. Learn more about working with files in Teams.
Creating, Finding, and Sharing Files Training
Call and Meeting Tools
You can make calls to other Teams users or host meetings with Teams. As dial-in is not enabled for Teams meetings, we recommend using Zoom for most meetings. Learn more about using Zoom within Teams.
NOTE: To comply with HIPAA, UCSF does not currently permit recordings of meetings in Microsoft Teams.