Microsoft Teams is a collaborative workspace, which allows you to share files, assign tasks, schedule meetings, and communicate seamlessly. This Office 365 application can be accessed on the web, from the desktop, or on mobile devices.
Microsoft Teams can be connected to an existing Office 365 Group or you can create, manage and form a Team within the tool itself. When you create a Team, you can invite others to begin collaborating and planning for upcoming projects, events or to create a centralized location for communicating with colleagues.
Name your team, write a brief description and choose the privacy level.
If you choose for your team to be public, it will allow other users in your organization to search the Microsoft Teams directory and join your team. Private Teams are the recommended option.
You do not need to have an existing Office 365 Group to create a new Microsoft Team. However, each new Microsoft Team that is created will automatically create an Office 365 Group.
Search the directory for each member and click Add. You may add multiple members at one time.
For additional information visit the Microsoft Teams Help Center.
Refer to Teams Tools and Features in Office 365 to continue setting up your Microsoft Team.
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