Microsoft Teams is a unified communication and collaboration platform that combines persistent workplace chat, video meetings, file storage (including collaboration on files), and application integration. The service integrates with the Office 365 subscription office productivity suite and features extensions that can integrate with non-Microsoft products.

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Microsoft Teams is the hub for team collaboration in Office 365 that integrates the people, content, and tools your team needs to be more engaged and effective.

Creating and Sharing a Link to a Meeting

The process outlined can be used to share a TEAMS meeting link with others. These methods of link sharing may also be suitable for remote office hours as it allows a single meeting link to be used for several office hour time slots.

Delete and recover files in TEAMS

Use Teams on the desktop or web to delete files. Use SharePoint or OneDrive to recover them.

Disable "Make all meetings Teams meetings" in Outlook

By default, Outlook may add a TEAMS meeting invite with every new meeting created. This article describes how to enable/disable this feature, as it can cause confusion when trying to create a Zoom invitation instead.

Find and filter files in TEAMS

Filter files to find recent documents, ones that have been created or edited in your channels, or downloaded to your computer.

Get attention with @mentions in TEAMS

Send a co-worker or entire team a notification to get their attention when you use @mention in Microsoft Teams.

Manage notification settings in TEAMS

In Microsoft Teams, you have the control to decide what notifications you receive, where you receive them, and how often you get them.

Meet in a TEAMS Channel

To hold an open meeting with your team members, simply create a meeting in a channel.

Move around during a TEAMS meeting

In Microsoft Teams, you can keep working even while you're in a meeting.

Search or type a command box in TEAMS

You’ve got a few search and filtering options to help you find messages, people, files, and other information shared in Teams.

Send email to a channel in TEAMS

If you want to send an email to a channel in Microsoft Teams, use the channel email address. Once an email is part of a channel, anyone can reply to it to start a conversation.

Show your screen during a meeting in TEAMS

In Microsoft Teams, you can show your desktop, a specific app, presentation, or any file while in a meeting.

Sync TEAMS files with the OneDrive sync app on my computer

You can sync your SharePoint or Teams files to a folder on your computer where you can work directly in File Explorer and access the files even when you're offline. Whenever you're online, any changes that you or others make will sync automatically.

Turn off TEAMS and/or OneDrive for Business sync on my computer

Whether you are syncing Teams, SharePoint, or OneDrive folders, you might want to stop the sync at some point. The process is the same for all.

Upload and share files in TEAMS

There are a couple ways to upload files to Teams. Once you upload a file, you can also share a link to it. That way, you don't have to upload multiple copies of the same file to share it in different places.

Use commands in TEAMS

This mighty tool lets you take quick actions, do searches, and launch apps.

Use your activity feed on the go with Mobile TEAMS

Your Activity feed is a summary of everything that's happened in the team channels you follow. You can get caught up with everything fast.

Work in channels in TEAMS

Tips for posting, replying, and collaborating on files in channels.

Work on files together in TEAMS

Working in Microsoft Teams lets you work on files together at the same time. Also, messages about the document stay with it and will show up in your team conversations.