Webcast: Optimize the way you work with files inside of Microsoft Teams

In this webcast, we will give you the recipe of success on how to work with files in Microsoft Teams.

With the changes in working from home, it has become even more important to work together on files and to share files within your team, one-on-one or in a project. Microsoft Teams has grown hugely in the past two years, but are you really working with files in the best way?

Do you know how to tag your documents from Microsoft Teams, or where the documents are stored when you are sharing them in a private chat, and do you know when to share documents in a private chat and when it’s better to share them within a channel inside of a Team?

Also, there are multiple views on files inside of Microsoft Teams, and do you know how you can add a different view allowing you to see the same experience as you are used to from Microsoft SharePoint?

When working in Teams, there are many pitfalls we need to avoid to make sure we make the collaboration with our team members as smooth as possible. In this webinar, we will walk you through some of them to give you the recipe for success for you to avoid the same pitfalls.

Join Knut Relbe-Moe, an internationally recognized expert on Microsoft 365 and the Digital Workplace, while he explains and demonstrates how you can optimize the way you work with files, to make you the superhero inside your organization.

From the agenda:

  • Microsoft Teams – multiple ways of working with files;
    • Inside a private chat
    • Inside a shared channel
    • Inside a private channel
    • Inside a channel
  • Multiple view options when working with files
    • Learn how to tag your documents from the file view in Teams
  • Pitfalls to avoid when working with files in Teams

 

Target audience 

This event is primarily aimed at roles like CIO, CCO, CDO, Digital Workplace or Intranet Managers or similar roles within organizations planning to improve their digital workplace based on Microsoft technology.

General information 

This webcast is free of charge and is held in English. You can participate using a web browser or a mobile app. Unfortunately, we cannot accept registrations from private email addresses (gmail, outlook, yahoo etc.).