When it comes to learning new software, many users enjoy exploring as they go along. And if they’re curious about Microsoft Teams, a guide can alleviate confusion and jump start their productivity.
Most features in Microsoft Teams are intuitive, so end users can be sending chat messages and holding video calls in no time. And the left-hand navigation bar makes it a snap to switch between sections.
That said, a tool like Teams is robust enough that all your users will benefit from some key tips and best practices—otherwise, they might miss a timesaving feature or benefit just when they need most. For example, how many of your users know the difference between a channel and a group chat? Which one should they use when?
To make sure everyone is on the same page, clue users into key features and best practices when exploring Teams for the first time. “The User’s Quick Guide to Microsoft Teams” can boost their productivity and efficiency from day one.
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