However, your end users may not understand when to use each of these communication tools because of the occasional feature overlap.
Consider this. Users could collaborate with a large group in a Microsoft Teams channel, a Yammer community, or by email. In the end, the best way to choose the appropriate tool is to understand a user’s reason for the collaboration. For instance:
Which Microsoft tool—Teams, Yammer, or Outlook—would be most effective for these situations?
• Big, company-wide meetings
• Individual conversations
• Small conferences
• Water cooler and interest-based discussions
Download “Virtual Collaboration: Which Tool When” to find answers and best practices around the above scenarios—and to see improved efficiency at your organization.
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