Now that you are orientated, it's time to get to hands on and get into some teamwork! The first place to start is creating Teams and joining other Teams - how can we even begin to work in Teams if we aren't even part of them right? We'll then move on to creating channels - those defined sections of a team where we can chat and collaborate with other members. We'll cap this blog with 3 ways we can start a chat with the team. Chat is considered to be the core experience of Teams - and what most of us love doing!
Document collaboration and co-authoring (when we work at the same time) is one of the core functionalities of Teams. We have the ability to do this seamlessly whether it is our Word Documents, or Excel Spreadsheets, or PowerPoint presentations, knowing that they are stored in a single place and are accessible from anywhere on any device. However, there may be times where there is a single owner for the Teams documents or we simply need to create documents for viewing purposes only, limiting other members of our team from making changes. Controlling documents in channels and who can edit them is very straightforward, and many issues resulting from unauthorized changes can be easily prevented