Teach Yourself VISUALLY Microsoft Teams (Visual)
Monday, 22 November 2021

In this book, Matt Wade and Sven Seidenberg turn their years of engineering and IT experience loose on the virtual collaboration software. The book has step-by-step screen shots that show how to tackle hundreds of Microsoft Teams tasks. Each task-based spread covers a single technique.

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Author: Matt Wade and Sven Seidenberg
Publisher: Visual
Date: June 2021
Pages: 400
ISBN: 978-1119772545
Print: 1119772540
Kindle: B096L8HKZ8
Audience: Non-programmers who need to learn Teams
Level: Introductory
Category: General interest

 

  • Realize the key benefits of Teams by using its messaging and video-conferencing capabilities to stay connected with your colleagues
  • Manage multiple teams and channels to use Teams across your organization
  • Extend the functionality of Teams by using additional apps and add-ons
  • Learn valuable tips, best practices, and work-arounds to make the most of and avoid the landmines in Teams

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