Microsoft Teams for End Users Certification Training Course Overview

The ability for teams to work together productively is perhaps the most important function in any business, and it’s the central focus of the new Microsoft Teams application.

From file sharing and co-editing to video calls, persistent chat, screen sharing, and more, learn how Microsoft Teams gives you the tools to stay in touch and get work done with your colleagues and partners.

Target Audience :

  • Office 365 users
  • Teams users

 

This course prepares you for Exam 98-366. Test your current knowledge Qubits42

Microsoft Teams for End Users: 55300 (Duration : 8 Hours) Download Course Contents

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03 May
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
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07 Jun
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
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Course Modules

  • What is Teams?
  • How to use Teams
  • Team components
  • When to use Teams
  • Creating a new Team
  • An introduction to Groups
  • Lab 1: Introduction to Teams
  • Create a new Team in the web browser
  • Download the Teams desktop application
  • Download the Teams mobile app for your phone
  • Joining a Team
  • Team permissions
  • Guest permissions
  • Channels
  • Private channels
  • Private channel structure
  • Channel posts
  • @mentions
  • Channel announcements
  • Channel notifications
  • Manage a channel
  • Email a channel
  • Tabs
  • Lab 1: Collaboration with Teams
  • Add a channel to a Team  Add a private channel
  • Have a conversation with the Team
  • Respond to a conversation
  • Changing your status
  • Peer to peer chat
  • Pop out chat
  • Organising chats
  • Video calls
  • During a call
  • Managing a call
  • Lab 1: Chat within Teams
  • Chat with other students
  • Convert a chat to an audio call
  • Rename a group chat
  • Have a video call
  • Scheduling meetings
  • Schedule a meeting from Outlook
  • Schedule a meeting from within Teams
  • Adding a meeting to a channel
  • Options during a meeting
  • Accepting external guests to a meeting
  • Who can present in a meeting?
  • Recording a meeting
  • Benefits of saving a meeting to a channel
  • Lab 1: Meetings in Teams
  • Schedule a meeting in Teams
  • Join a meeting
  • Take notes during a meeting
  • Files in Teams
  • Adding files to a channel
  • Creating new files
  • Uploading files
  • Chat about a file
  • Co-authoring
  • Moving or copy files
  • Sharing files
  • Share an individual file
  • Share a folder of files
  • Sync files
  • Check out files
  • SharePoint document library tab
  • OneDrive in Teams
  • Lab 1: Working with files
  • Create a new document
  • Have a conversation about a file
  • Share documents with someone outside your Team
  • Activity alerts
  • My activity
  • Feed
  • Setting your location
  • Manage notifications
  • Priority access for do not disturb
  • Immersive reader
  • Calls
  • Manage a Team
  • Members
  • Channels
  • Settings
  • Apps
  • Analytics
  • Bots
  • Archiving a Team
  • Restore an archived Team
  • Search
  • Lab 1: Teams settings and add-ins
  • Change notification settings
  • Add new members to your Team
  • Archive the Team

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Course Prerequisites

  • An account for Office 365 is recommended.

 



What you wil learn :

  • Describe the role and function of Microsoft Teams
  • Create and Manage Teams and Channels
  • Describe the difference between Channel Conversations and Chat Conversations
  • Identify uses for Chatbots
  • Discuss how to start scheduled or ad-hoc Meetings
  • Setup and Edit a Wiki
  • Add custom tabs to Channels and Chats
  • Use Documents and Apps in Channels
  • Describe the function of Connectors
  • Discuss the use of external users (guests) in Teams, including limitations