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This 1/2-day course is is designed to help participants master Microsoft® Teams®, the key communications tool in the suite of Microsoft 365 productivity apps. Microsoft Teams enables individuals and organizations to chat, share ideas, collaborate on files, and essentially work together. This course will enable students to use Teams to have a quick chat with a colleague, participate in a virtual meeting, make an online call, and share files and resources. The Microsoft Teams app is available in three versions: a desktop app, a web app, or a mobile app. Once participants are familiar with the Teams desktop app, they can then easily transfer that knowledge and work in the web and mobile apps to take advantage of connecting through Teams wherever and whenever work takes you. Note: to ensure your success in this course, students need to be familiar with the Windows operating system and with using a web browser. No experience with Teams is required; however, a basic understanding of Office apps will be useful.

Target Audience
This course is designed for people who need to use Microsoft Teams to communicate, share files and conduct online meetings with colleagues.

What You'll Learn

  • Use chat messages and posts to communicate with the team
  • Initiate, join, record, and screen share in calls and meetings
  • Share and work with files and apps
  • Create a team and configure channels and tabs

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  • Course Number M91160
  • Course Length .5 day
  • Course Fee $195.00
  • Delivery Format VLT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
  • Course Topic Cloud
  • Vendor Microsoft
  • Technology Office 365
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Date Course ID Course Name Duration Delivery Format Registration
03/06/2023 M91160 Microsoft Teams (Desktop and Browser) .5 day VLT Register

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