This series of posts is going to be on one of our favorite applications from Microsoft, Microsoft Teams. We hope if you don’t feel that way, then at the end of this blog post series you might have a difference in opinion. Therefore, let’s start from the Introduction to MS Teams.
MS Teams – The One-Stop shop
MS Teams is one of the core applications in the O365 suite. This is mainly used for Team Collaboration through IM, calls, meetings and much more.
MS Teams was released in March 2017. It has been 3 years since the launch, and it has become a very mature product. We all know Skype for Business is going to retire. As a result, MS Teams is going to replace it.
Note: If you don’t know this, then it will come as a surprise to you. Skype For Business must be migrated to MS Teams before end of July 2021.
Advantages of MS Teams
Features in MS Teams
Audience Roles in MS Teams
We are going to categories the MS Teams Audience into four Roles.
So, in future blog posts of this series, we are going to take each Role from the above-mentioned list and explore these roles in more details. So, stay tuned….
For Developer’s and Administrator’s role, we are going to elaborate further with real time examples and code snippets. Also, we will build MS Teams solutions that can be deployed and used across.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for our exciting articles…