Microsoft Teams is core to our vision for intelligent communications—bringing together conversations, meetings, files, Office apps, and third-party integrations—to provide a single hub for teamwork in Office 365. Teams is now being used by over 125,000 organizations across the world in just six months since its launch.
How it works
In your calendar view in Outlook, you will now see a new button called “New Teams Meeting.” Clicking this button opens a new Outlook invite that includes the coordinates for your Microsoft Teams meeting, which you can customize with your meeting details.
New innovations in Office 365 for Education
With more than 100 million active users, Office 365 empowers individuals, teams and entire organizations to communicate and collaborate. Office 365 for Education builds on this foundation and adds education-specific innovations like the OneNote Class Notebook and Learning Tools—creating the most complete, intelligent and secure service for teaching and learning.
We are pleased to share with you, in our blog of April 27, our webinar on "2017 Office 365 Collaboration Tools".
Microsoft multiplies the collaboration platforms in the Office 365 suite for the benefit of users.
Skype, Yammer, and Microsoft Teams are 3 tools available within Office 365 that are used daily for communication and collaboration within teams and groups. Though they have similar functions, each one of these tools has their own advantages, and optimal scenarios for use.
Microsoft Teams is a new addition to your Office 365 hub. It’s a solution specifically made for team collaboration. Though it shares some of the functionalities of Yammer and Skype, Teams does a whole lot that makes it a unique, formidable addition to your apps.