Capture your meeting notes for Microsoft Teams in a Wiki page

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When joining any meeting in Microsoft Teams, you have the option to share your meeting notes in a wiki page. This has different advantages than…

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Capture your meeting notes for Microsoft Teams in OneNote, via Outlook

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When using Outlook to create a new Teams meeting, you can share all notes for the meeting in a OneNote notebook. In this article we continue our…

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Scheduling a meeting in Microsoft Teams

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First things first! Here’s how to set up your next meeting in Microsoft Teams. In this article we continue our series designed to help you understand…

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Running your Meetings with Microsoft Teams (New Series!)

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This is the beginning of a new series of articles designed to help you understand the options that are available in Teams Meetings, and to share in…

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Teams Tip 10: Managing the permissions of team members

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If you are a team owner, Microsoft Teams affords you a degree of control over what members are allowed to do within your team. In order to control…

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Teams Tip 9: Editing your notification settings

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When using Microsoft Teams you can receive several types of notifications for various actions. For example, there are different notifications for…

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Teams Tip 8: Using OneNote in your Team Meetings

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Microsoft Teams is the hub for collaboration in Office 365. Teams provides a seemless integration with many of the Office 365 workloads. One of those…

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Teams Tip 7: How to access and manage OneDrive documents within Teams

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Microsoft Teams is the hub for collaboration in Office 365. Teams provides a seemless integration with many of the Office 365 workloads. One of those…

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#6 Using Sync – Accessing your team documents offline

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When you save documents in Microsoft Teams, they are actually stored in a SharePoint site. It’s important to remember that you can also access these…

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