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The Resource Mastering Microsoft Teams : end user guide to practical usage, collaboration, and governance, Melissa Hubbard, Matthew J. Bailey

Mastering Microsoft Teams : end user guide to practical usage, collaboration, and governance, Melissa Hubbard, Matthew J. Bailey

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Mastering Microsoft Teams : end user guide to practical usage, collaboration, and governance
Title
Mastering Microsoft Teams
Title remainder
end user guide to practical usage, collaboration, and governance
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Melissa Hubbard, Matthew J. Bailey
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Language
eng
Summary
Do you need to learn how to use Microsoft Teams? Are you questioning how to drive user adoption, govern content, and manage access for your Teams deployment? Either way, Mastering Microsoft Teams is your one-stop-shop to learning everything you need to know to find success with Microsoft Teams. Microsoft's new chat-based collaboration software has many rich features that enable teams to be more efficient, and save valuable time and resources. However, as with all software, there is a learning curve and pitfalls that should be avoided. Begin by learning the core components and use cases for Teams. From there the authors guide you through ideas to create governance and adoption plans that make sense for your organization or customer. Wrap up with an understanding of features and services in progress, and a road map to the future of the product. What You'll Learn: Implement, use, and manage Microsoft Teams Understand how Teams drives productivity and engagement by combining the functionality of Microsoft Groups, SharePoint, OneDrive, Outlook, and other services in one location Govern, explain, and use Teams in your organization Know the pitfalls to avoid that may create challenges in your usage of Teams Become familiar with the functionality and components of Teams via walkthroughs, including opportunities for automating business processes in Teams This book is for anyone who wants to learn Microsoft Teams. To get the most out of the book, a basic understanding of Office 365 and a subscription, including a Microsoft Teams license, is useful. Melissa Hubbard is a Microsoft MVP and an Office 365 and SharePoint consultant specializing in collaboration solutions and automating business processes. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) experienced in project management and quality assurance as well as implementing SharePoint and Office 365 solutions. She is passionate about user adoption, governance, and training. Melissa regularly blogs and speaks at events and conferences, most recently on the topics of Microsoft Teams and Flow. Matthew J. Bailey is a Microsoft MVP and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) for Noteworthy Technology Training, specializing in SharePoint, Office 365 (including Teams), Azure, and Power BI. He combines his business expertise and his technical knowledge to resolve corporate challenges. He is a highly regarded presenter, avid blogger, and author, most recently of The SharePoint Business Analyst Guide
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Hubbard, Melissa
Dewey number
658.40402
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HF5548.4.M5265
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non fiction
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Bailey, Matthew J.
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Mastering Microsoft Teams : end user guide to practical usage, collaboration, and governance, Melissa Hubbard, Matthew J. Bailey
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Table of Contents; About the Authors; About the Technical Reviewer; Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction to Microsoft Teams; How to Use and Access Teams; Background: The Journey from Skype; What Is Included When Creating a Team; SharePoint and Teams; Using the SharePoint Site Collection Outside of Teams; Groups and Teams; Exchange/Outlook and Teams; OneDrive for Business and Teams; Summary; Chapter 2: Working in Teams; Teams; Creating a Team; Managing a Team; Editing a Team; Adding Team Members; Deleting a Team; Channels; Adding a Channel; Editing a Channel; Deleting a Channel
  • Restoring a ChannelChannel Email; Channel Link; Favoriting a Channel; Following a Channel; Managing Channels; Tabs; Conversations Tab; Files Tab; Uploading Files; Deleting Files; Downloading Files; Wiki Tab; Adding a Tab; Deleting a Tab; Connectors; Search; Using the Search Filter; Quick Commands and the Command Bar; @commands; /commands; /activity; /dnd, /busy, /away, /available; /who; Tips; Keyboard Shortcuts; Ctrl+K (Adding a Link); Summary; Chapter 3: Communicating in Teams; Conversations; Mentioning a Team Member, Channel, or Team; Liking a Message; Saving a Conversation Message; Chat
  • Chat Message Formatting OptionsUsing Emojis; Stickers; GIFs; Searching for a Message; Voice Calls; Video Calls; Choosing the Right Form of Communication; Summary; Chapter 4: Meetings in Teams; Private Meetings; Scheduling Private Meetings; Using the Scheduling Assistant; Inviting Unauthenticated Guests to Meetings; Joining Private Meetings; Channel Meetings; Scheduling Channel Meetings; Joining a Meeting by Audio Conference; Meeting Agenda; Meet Now Meetings; Meeting Controls for Participants; Muting the Mic; Disabling Video; Screen Sharing; Giving Control of the Screen; Multitasking in Teams
  • Hanging Up a MeetingMeeting Controls for Organizers; Admitting Participants from the Lobby; Muting Participants; Removing Participants; Summary; Chapter 5: User Adoption in Teams; When to Use What for Collaboration; Real-World Use Cases; Use Case 1: Coordinating a New Initiative; Use Case 2: Departmental Collaboration; Use Case 3: Managing IT Projects; Pilots; User Adoption Tips; Define Your Vision; Communicate the Benefits; Identify the Right Team Owners; Ways Team Owners Can Engage Team Members; Stop Duplication; Check in with Users; Let the Users Have Fun; Training
  • Ongoing Monitoring and ImprovementSummary; Chapter 6: Governance; Creating Your Own Plan; Organizational Structure for Teams and Channels; Process for Creating and Managing Teams; Restricting Who Can Create Teams; Process for Creating Teams; Teams Creation Options; No Team Creation Process; Pros; Cons; Team Request Reviewed by Admin or Help Desk; Pros; Cons; Placing Teams Requestors in a Security Group; Pros; Cons; SharePoint Request List that Triggers a Flow; Pros; Cons; SharePoint Request List with PowerShell or Code; Pros; Cons; Determining If a New Team Should Be Created
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781484236697
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1049171813
  • (OCoLC)1049171813
Label
Mastering Microsoft Teams : end user guide to practical usage, collaboration, and governance, Melissa Hubbard, Matthew J. Bailey
Publication
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Table of Contents; About the Authors; About the Technical Reviewer; Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction to Microsoft Teams; How to Use and Access Teams; Background: The Journey from Skype; What Is Included When Creating a Team; SharePoint and Teams; Using the SharePoint Site Collection Outside of Teams; Groups and Teams; Exchange/Outlook and Teams; OneDrive for Business and Teams; Summary; Chapter 2: Working in Teams; Teams; Creating a Team; Managing a Team; Editing a Team; Adding Team Members; Deleting a Team; Channels; Adding a Channel; Editing a Channel; Deleting a Channel
  • Restoring a ChannelChannel Email; Channel Link; Favoriting a Channel; Following a Channel; Managing Channels; Tabs; Conversations Tab; Files Tab; Uploading Files; Deleting Files; Downloading Files; Wiki Tab; Adding a Tab; Deleting a Tab; Connectors; Search; Using the Search Filter; Quick Commands and the Command Bar; @commands; /commands; /activity; /dnd, /busy, /away, /available; /who; Tips; Keyboard Shortcuts; Ctrl+K (Adding a Link); Summary; Chapter 3: Communicating in Teams; Conversations; Mentioning a Team Member, Channel, or Team; Liking a Message; Saving a Conversation Message; Chat
  • Chat Message Formatting OptionsUsing Emojis; Stickers; GIFs; Searching for a Message; Voice Calls; Video Calls; Choosing the Right Form of Communication; Summary; Chapter 4: Meetings in Teams; Private Meetings; Scheduling Private Meetings; Using the Scheduling Assistant; Inviting Unauthenticated Guests to Meetings; Joining Private Meetings; Channel Meetings; Scheduling Channel Meetings; Joining a Meeting by Audio Conference; Meeting Agenda; Meet Now Meetings; Meeting Controls for Participants; Muting the Mic; Disabling Video; Screen Sharing; Giving Control of the Screen; Multitasking in Teams
  • Hanging Up a MeetingMeeting Controls for Organizers; Admitting Participants from the Lobby; Muting Participants; Removing Participants; Summary; Chapter 5: User Adoption in Teams; When to Use What for Collaboration; Real-World Use Cases; Use Case 1: Coordinating a New Initiative; Use Case 2: Departmental Collaboration; Use Case 3: Managing IT Projects; Pilots; User Adoption Tips; Define Your Vision; Communicate the Benefits; Identify the Right Team Owners; Ways Team Owners Can Engage Team Members; Stop Duplication; Check in with Users; Let the Users Have Fun; Training
  • Ongoing Monitoring and ImprovementSummary; Chapter 6: Governance; Creating Your Own Plan; Organizational Structure for Teams and Channels; Process for Creating and Managing Teams; Restricting Who Can Create Teams; Process for Creating Teams; Teams Creation Options; No Team Creation Process; Pros; Cons; Team Request Reviewed by Admin or Help Desk; Pros; Cons; Placing Teams Requestors in a Security Group; Pros; Cons; SharePoint Request List that Triggers a Flow; Pros; Cons; SharePoint Request List with PowerShell or Code; Pros; Cons; Determining If a New Team Should Be Created
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781484236697
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1049171813
  • (OCoLC)1049171813

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