Access your files from anywhere – at work, at home, or on-the-go. Configure the Office apps on your mobile device. Choose your mobile device iOS Android Windows For more info, see Set up Office apps and e-mail on a mobile device.
Desktop Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Files that you share in a channel are kept in your team’s SharePoint folder. This is stored in the Files tab by the top of each channel. Files that you share in a private or group chat are retained in your OneDrive for Business folder and are merely shared with those inContinue reading “File storage in Teams”
Desktop Applies to: Microsoft Teams. There are two ways to upload files to Teams. When you upload a file, you can even share a link to it. Effectively, you don’t have to upload several copies of the same file to share it in various locations. Share a file in a one-on-one or group chat Pick Choose file under the boxContinue reading “Share a file in Teams”
Desktop Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Choose Files to view all your vital files, which are arranged into the following categories: The Recent view presents you every Office 365 document you’ve viewed or edited in recent history. Note: Another way to view your recent files is to type /files into the command box at the top of Teams. The Microsoft Teams view displays youContinue reading “Explore the Files list in Teams”
Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Desktop and web Microsoft Teams has the Outlook add-in, which enables you to design new Teams meetings straight from Outlook. It also allows people to view, accept, or join meetings in either app. Note: Currently, you can schedule Teams meetings from Outlook, but not choose a channel to have them in. ToContinue reading “Schedule a Teams meeting from Outlook”
Desktop Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Emoji, animated GIFs, and stickers are a creative way to incorporate some fun into your communications! Send an emoji To add an emoji in a message, press Emoji below the box. Pick your preferred emoji from the emoji gallery, or do a keyword search by the top of the gallery to captureContinue reading “Send an emoji, GIF, or sticker in Teams”