Articles (24)

Pinned Article Teams: Create a new Team

This article goes over how to create a team on the Microsoft Teams platform and inviting collaborators once the team is created.This is also while designating and creating a team owner and creating a channel within a team page.

Pinned Article Teams: How to access Microsoft Teams

This article goes over how to access Microsoft Teams from different outlets including from a browser, the desktop app, and the mobile app. It also clearly specifies how to access it for Students and Faculty and Staff.

Pinned Article Teams: How to Manage Members

This article emails how to manage members in Microsoft Teams.

Pinned Article Teams: What is Microsoft Teams?

This article explains what Microsoft Teams is and how it can be used.

Teams: Add a tab to a channel using a web address

This article goes over how to add a tab to a channel using a web address. This article uses Microsoft Teams to add the tab with the web address.

Teams: Chat

This article best describes the different resources of Microsoft Teams specific to their chat feature. This article goes over how to start a one-on-one private chat as well as a group chat with other collaborators as well as how to name the group chat if applicable. The article finally addresses how to see the different collaborators involved in a conversation and how to add additional collaborators.

Teams: Choose a Team Type

This article gives an overview of the different types of each Microsoft Teams function and what it is best used for based on Class scenario, the Professional Learning Community, the staff, and collaborations.

Teams: Clearing Cache

This article describes how to clear Cache off a device, Windows and Mac, which can help with lag. It is important to note that if these steps do not completely work, try disabling Hardware Acceleration under User>Settings>General. Then check the box for "Disable GPU Hardware Acceleration".

Teams: Create a Team from an existing Team

This article goes over how to create a new team on Microsoft Teams from an already existing team using various templates.

Teams: Enable Live Captions

This article goes over how to turn captions on and off and the purpose and functions of them. Teams can detect what’s said in a meeting and present real-time captions. It is important to note live captions are a preview feature in Microsoft Teams, only available in English for now.

Teams: Hide or mute a chat

This article goes over how to hide or mute a chat in Microsoft Teams. Individual chats are unable to be deleted.

Teams: How to Add and Manage Guest Users

This article overviews how to add and manage collaborators on Microsoft Teams. The team owner is the only one allowed to add collaborators to a team. Guest collaborators can be added.

Teams: How to Add Box Folders

This article overviews how to add and manage collaborators on Microsoft Teams. The team owner is the only one allowed to add collaborators to a team. Guest collaborators can be added.

Teams: Leave a Team or Chat

This article explains how to leave a team or chat on Microsoft Teams.

Teams: Manage Individual Channel Permissions

This article gives directions on how to update user permission in Microsoft Teams. Specifically how to manage guest permissions.

Teams: Manage Notifications

This article explains how to manage notifications in Microsoft Teams.

Teams: Meetings

This article explains how to make a new meeting in Microsoft Teams and how it integrates in Outlook.

Teams: Pop Out Chats

This article explains how to open Microsoft Teams chats in separate windows.

Teams: Resources

This article provides links to different Microsoft Teams external resources.

Teams: Send an Email to Teams

This article explains how to send an email in Microsoft Teams using a channel email address.

Teams: Settings

This article explains the different features in settings in Microsoft Teams.

Teams: Usage Guidelines

This article gives advice on staying organized in Microsoft Teams.

Teams: What you can do in Microsoft Teams

This article explains the features in Microsoft Teams and what you can do with them.