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Reimagine Remote Working with Microsoft Teams

By : Sathish Veerapandian, Harsharanjeet Kaur, Ashok Madhvarayan, Sriram Rajamanickam
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Reimagine Remote Working with Microsoft Teams

By: Sathish Veerapandian, Harsharanjeet Kaur, Ashok Madhvarayan, Sriram Rajamanickam

Overview of this book

The outbreak of the pandemic has forced the world to embrace remote working and the modern style of virtual business. However, end users may find it challenging to cope with this sudden change in working style, not aware of all the features and remote working tools available to make their life easy. Microsoft Teams is an exceptional platform, adopted by many organizations for unified communication and collaboration, and this book will help you to make the most of its capabilities. Complete with step-by-step explanations and screenshots, this book guides you through the topics that you'll find useful in your daily use of Teams. You'll learn how to manage your teams and projects with Microsoft Teams in a structured and organized way. The book provides hands-on information with a focus on the end user side to help corporate users to increase productivity and become a Microsoft Teams superuser. Finally, you'll explore the most effective ways of using the app with best practices and tips and tricks for making the most of the features available for your scenario. By the end of this Microsoft Teams book, you'll have mastered Microsoft Teams and be fully equipped as a modern collaboration end user to effectively increase your remote work productivity.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
Section 1 – Managing Your Meetings, Projects, and Workforce
Section 2 – Collaboration, Events, and Communication
Section 3 – All about Security, Client Automation, Teams Etiquette, and Tips and Tricks

Using SharePoint to store, collaborate, and share information

We have the option of working with SharePoint data through Teams. In some cases, we may have SharePoint sites with existing data, and bringing it to Teams will be extremely beneficial. In Teams, we can add a SharePoint page, list, or document library as a tab. Also, Microsoft has recently improved the file sharing experience in Teams, which is powered by SharePoint. The rich file sharing experience appears within Teams' Files tab, which we have seen plenty of in the previous topic because OneDrive and SharePoint share more or less the same platform.

Teams benefits from interoperability with SharePoint content services. This means that when you work in the Files tab across your teams and channels, you're getting the full power of SharePoint file use and management right inside of Teams – without leaving Teams. We touched a little bit on the previous part of the topic, now let's do a deep dive into...