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Virtual Teams: Create and Manage Your Digital Workplace

If you are the owner of a team in Microsoft Teams, you should structure the team and its content clearly. Divide a team into channels and add useful apps or content as tabs in a channel. It is also important for team collaboration to onboard the members and familiarise them with the structures and functions of the team.

Course Features
Content Version
All Levels
Learning Time
49 minutes
Number of Learning Videos
Languages Available
Course Design
  • Videos with Audio Narration and Closed-Captions
  • Practice Interactive Exercises
  • Tips and Printable PDF's
  • Chapter Tests
  • Personalized Learning Recommendations
  • Comprehensive Final Test with Certificate
  • Compatible with Desktop and Mobile Devices
  • SCORM and xAPI Support for LMS Deployement
Course Topics
  • Virtual Teams: Create and Manage Your Digital Workplacen

Developing an idea for a team

  • Understanding the life cycle of a team
  • When does a new team make sense?
  • A comparison of collaboration options

Developing a concept and planning team setup

  • Support for structuring a team
  • Tips for structuring a team
  • Requesting a team
  • Public or private team?

Structuring a team with channels

  • The team channel structure explained
  • What types of channels are there?
  • Creating a channel
  • Sorting teams
  • Showing a team channel
  • Editing, deleting, and restoring channels

Managing the team

  • Using the standard tabs of a channel
  • Adding a tab to a channel
  • Adding a file as a tab
  • Adjusting team settings

Managing members of a team

  • Adding people to a team
  • Adding members to the team via code or link
  • Understanding roles and tasks in the team
  • Onboarding team members
  • Creating and using tags

Managing team activities

  • Optimising the team continuously
  • Managing a team as a team owner
  • Increasing activity in a team

Closing a team

  • Archiving a team
  • Deleting a team