We organized a webinar on February 27th on the theme “Teams – A lever for communication and collaborative work?“. First of all, we would like to thank everyone registered! We are delighted to see that you like this type of format.
However, if you were not available, the recording of this webinar is now available on the MOOC Office 365 platform, in the webcast part of the course dedicated to the webinar.
During the web conferencing sessions animated by our trainers on the subject of Microsoft Teams or in webinars, some questions are often asked. So, we decided to summarize them and answer them through this short FAQ.
One of the basic principles of collaborative work with Teams is trust. As such, there are two types of governance:
For the first item, the Teams setting is relatively basic and is done by the Office 365 administrator. It allows to bring some general limits on the use of Teams.
For the second, there is a fairly binary rights management: owner and member.
The owner is often the creator of the team, but he may delegate this right to one of the team members. This only covers the ability to manage member input/output and delete the group as needed.
Yes, under two conditions:
As an owner or member of the team, no.
For the Office 365 general administration, this is information that can be consulted in a global way, to validate the adoption of the tool for example. As an individual, see if this information is related to the climate of trust established within the framework of collaborative work, and if it is, it’s interesting to make a report.
If the question concerns the integration of a Teams window into a client platform, this is not yet possible. However, the link can be done by adding a tab to the client platform in Teams.
It is indeed possible to integrate people from different institutions, i. e. from a different domain name. In the admin console, there is an authorization to open to the outside to be activated.
When you save a document in the root of the Teams “File” space, it can be found in the Teams interface of course, but also in the default SharePoint document library associated with the team. Thus, all its members can access it.
Yes, from the Teams file interface. Attention, access rights to another space (SharePoint, Dropbox or other) are not granted to the team by the simple addition. It will be necessary to ensure that these rights are given upstream.
There are 2 main ways to be notified by Teams: through a banner in Teams and by email.
To check notifications, use your account button at the top right of Teams, then run “Settings”. In the “Notifications” pane you will be able to customize the different reasons for being notified, as well as the method.
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