What is Microsoft Teams? How to use the new version. (2021)

published 11 months ago by Microsoft Mechanics

Full tutorial of the end-to-end experience that makes it easier for you to communicate and work more effectively with your teams. Aya Tange, Microsoft Teams Product Manager, joins host Jeremy Chapman to walk through some of the core capabilities and highlight all the updates along the way. Teams brings together three main experiences: • Chat, so you can collaborate with your team • Meetings and calling, so you can always stay connected • Apps and automation of your everyday business workflows We've been working around the clock to make sure you have the best experience possible, which includes optimizing the service and bringing new experiences that allow you to have a natural human connection when using Teams – whether that's joined from the office, from home, or remotely. Dive into our Quick Links to see each new update in detail: ► QUICK LINKS: 00:00 - Introduction 02:40 - Chat- call, video chat, share content, and multiple chats 03:12 - Teams- invite-only channels, thread messages, rich-text editing, and tabs 07:34 - Pre-join screen- new audio and video controls and background effects 08:54 - Dynamic view- adjusts to prioritize what's most important 09:45 - Large gallery view- supports up to 49 people 10:04 - Together mode- brings your Team into one virtual shared space 10:57 - AI capabilities- will remove distracting background noise 11:29 - Live captions- see who is speaking 12:09 - Live transcription- see the full transcript accessible in the meeting chat 13:30 - Manage tasks- new unified view to track everything you need to do ► Link References: Watch our seven-part Teams series at . See how to have multiple copies of Microsoft Teams open . Unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics? We are Microsoft’s official video series for IT. You can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on LinkedIn: Follow us on Facebook:

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