Your everyday guide to running Rockstar meetings in Microsoft Teams
Online meetings are more important than ever and Microsoft Teams is becoming the prominent tool for the job. Teams debuts a lot of new, innovative features to make the most of scheduling, leading, and following up on meetings. From channel meetings to private meetings, live events to live captions, tracking action items to tracking changes in meeting files, this session will cover all the necessary skills to run the 21st-century meeting lifecycle.
Let’s talk about everyday etiquette in Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams is still new to a lot of people. The best ways to work with it isn’t a skill you’re born with. In this session, you’ll learn the proven practices, behaviors, and etiquette to make your Teams experience the best it can be. From permissions recommendations to meme guidance, the ins and outs of private channels to smartly working with external guests, your colleagues need some hand-holding to maximize their experience with the fastest-growing collaboration tool in the Microsoft cloud. This session will cover real use cases, suggested guidelines, and recommendations for dealing with the many nuances that come with working in Teams, plus some great resources for reference after.