Microsoft Teams – a single workspace
Work safely together in a single work area
Microsoft Teams is part of Office 365, which gives you a place to create files and make decisions as a team.
Teams combine everything in a single workspace, where you can work safely together. You can, among other things, chat, hold online meetings with and without camera, share your screen, save, and share files as well as work with business apps, no matter where in the world you are. Teams work for PC, tablet, and phone.
With Teams, you can even hold meetings and live events for people both inside and outside your organization. In fact, you can invite up to 10,000 participants. Read more about holding online events here.
Teams can also be integrated into Flexfone, giving you access to business telephony across a range of platforms, including mobile telephony, online telephony, desk telephony and via a mobile app. Read more about Flexfone here.
How it works
You Teams you can:
You have access to group chats, online meetings, calls and video meetings, so you can communicate more effectively.
You can work together on files with built-in Office 365 apps such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and SharePoint.
You can add your favorite Microsoft apps and third-party services such as Trello.
You can get security from end to end. You have administrative control, and you can comply with specified standards – all powered by Office 365.
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Features in Teams
Teams is available in 53 languages and in 181 markets. Teams work across Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Chat with GIFs, stickers and emojis
You can chat and send GIFs, stickers, and emojis in a group chat or in private chat.
With the chat feature in Teams, you can go directly to a call and you can share your screen. You can also tag people via @ and use your favorite apps.
Use chat instead of emails
Use chat for short answers and confirmations instead of sending emails.
You can share both photos and documents with one or more people – also outside your organization.
Organize your chats
You can organize your chat conversations, files, and apps in one place so that they are always updated and synchronized. You can decide which team members can view conversations and files on a particular topic.
Chat on the go
You can chat on the go, record voice messages, and customize messages from your mobile device.
You can make sure everyone has the latest information by sharing files. You can easily upload files, set permissions, and collaborate simultaneously via Office apps.
How to work with messages on the go
How to start a chat
Hold online meetings
With Teams you can hold online meetings with 1 person and up to 10,000, no matter where in the world they are.
Online meetings can be audio meetings where the camera is turned off or video meetings where the camera is turned on. Online meetings can be held from any device.
You can work with high quality audio, video, and screen sharing with people inside and outside the organization.
You can also join Teams meetings via desk phones from Logitech, Xrestron, Polycom, Lenovo, HP, and Yealink. For example, you can via Flexfone participate in Teams meetings on desk phones from Yealink.
Read more about desk phones and Flexfone here.
Receive and make calls
Receive and make calls with internal and external people via Teams.
How to call with Teams
With Microsoft Teams video meetings, you and your colleagues can meet, collaborate, and work safely wherever you are.
Collaborate with anyone virtually
You can invite attendees both inside and outside your organization via email to attend your video conference. During the meeting, you can use your Office 365 apps, screen sharing, chat, and digital whiteboards.
You can use video meetings for all kinds of meetings with one participant and many participants.
Control over your meetings
When holding video meetings, you can, for example, mute, remove uninvited attendees, and appoint presentation hosts. You have the option to let people outside your organization automatically attend the meeting or have them wait in the virtual lobby.
With Teams you can hold meetings live for people both inside and outside your organization. You can invite up to 10,000 participants.
How to create live events
How to plan live events
Live event features:
You can use custom backgrounds among selected templates, upload your own background, or choose to blur your background.
How to record your meeting
How to use raise a hand feature
With Teams, you can collaborate with your colleagues, regardless of your location or device. You can share your screen while participating in a Teams call or meeting, so that all participants have access to the same content at the same time.
You decide what you share
You decide what you share. You can choose from your desktop, browser browser, app, or file.
How to share your screen
You can easily change or blur your background in a video conference.
You can choose predefined images that are easily accessible in Teams or upload your own. You can also choose to hide your surroundings around you to safeguard your or your colleagues’ privacy.
Perhaps you work from home and do not want it to appear on your background, which can be easily solved in Teams.
How to change background
With together mode, you can sit digitally together in a shared background, so it feels like you are with your colleagues during a meeting.
How together mode works
With Microsoft Teams, you can securely share and collaborate on files from just about anywhere.
Work safely together
You can work securely remotely via file sharing in the cloud. You can save, share, and edit files in Teams. You also have access to SharePoint, OneDrive, OneNote, and apps.
Work together in files
You can work together in the same file in real time, e.g., Word, PowerPoint, or Excel. You avoid confusing versions of the document, as Teams provides automatic synchronization and version history.
You can share files in channels, meetings, and chats via a link or by uploading directly in Teams. Your uploaded files are automatically added to a document library, so you can access them across apps and devices.
Check what you share
You can decide who has access to or can edit files – and this applies both inside and outside your organization. You can easily manage access in your chats and through team membership in Teams.
Access to files anywhere
SharePoint and OneDrive are built into Teams. That way, you have access to your files and can view them, edit, and share them from any device, no matter where you are.
How to collaborate on the same file
Apps and workflows
Apps and workflows
You can integrate your apps and automate workflows in Teams.
You can integrate Microsoft, partner, and custom apps and workflows into Teams. You can use tabs, connectors, and bots to integrate them directly into Teams.
Explore Teams apps at Microsoft.
Build solutions with Power Platform
You can develop apps, automate workflows, and build dashboards with the Microsoft Power Platform – and then use them in Teams.
Teams meet regulatory, legal, and organizational needs with different options for compliance with rules and standards.
Advanced safety capabilities
Your data is protected against malware in attachments, accidental sharing via chat, and suspicious user activity. Teams use encryption, multifactor authentication, and device management.
Security and Privacy in Teams
You have access to several information protection features, including:
You can decide if people outside your organization can attend meetings directly or if they should wait in the lobby until someone gives them access.
In addition, the organizer can remove participants during the meeting.
Consent to record meeting
All channels have an owner. The owner can manage channel conversations and control who is and who is not allowed to share content in channel conversations.
With multifactor authentication, you can require users to provide other forms of verification to prove their identity.
Multifactor authentication also helps protect accounts from attacks that are protected by weak or stolen passwords.
With Endpoint Manager, you can manage devices and apps and enforce conditional access to all devices.
Avoid data loss
You can prevent sensitive information from being accidentally shared with others.
Advanced Threat Protection
Advanced Threat Protection lets you protect users from malicious software hidden in files, including files stored in OneDrive or SharePoint.
To protect your business information in connection with for example conflicts of interest, you can control the communication between users and groups in Teams.
You can manage content in your organization by deleting or retaining information to comply with company policies, industry rules, and legal requirements.
Settings and policies
You can ensure compliance with your company policies with company-wide settings. You can tailor experiences to your users with policies for teams, messages, meetings, calls and more.
The organizer of a meeting can define roles such as presentation host and participants, and thus control which meeting participants can present content in the meeting.
Access to recordings
You can restrict access to recordings of live events or meetings to include participants or invitees. Recordings are uploaded to Microsoft Stream and can subsequently be shared and downloaded according to the permission you have given.
You can identify and prevent negative behavior such as bullying and harassment.
Teams encrypt data both during transfer and hibernation mode. Teams use Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) for video, audio, files, chat, and desktop sharing.
Cloud App Security
With Cloud App Security you can identify and remedy suspicious activity such as deleting teams or adding unauthorized users.
eDiscovery, Legal Aid, Audit Log and Content Search
You can identify, retain, and manage information that may be relevant in legal matters.
Protect your data
You can access your data at any time and for any reason. Data is never used for advertising and is deleted after the end or expiration of your subscription.
You can confidentially manage apps with detailed information for all apps available in your subscription. You also can streamline the process of testing and distributing enterprise apps.