Set up your Word mobile app

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.

Add third-party apps to the Files app on iOS

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Note: The Files app is exclusive only on devices running on iOS 11 or later. Create and reach all your files from your iOS device’s Files app. Third-party apps include OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, or Adobe Creative Cloud. The files you save to the Files app on your iOS device display promptly, but youContinue reading “Add third-party apps to the Files app on iOS”

File storage in Teams

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”

Explore the Files list 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”

Schedule a Teams meeting from Outlook

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”

Mark a message as saved or unread in Teams

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Desktop If you seek to recall to read a message at another time, you can mark it as saved or unread. Navigate to the top of the message and press More Options  > Save this message or Mark as unread. To view a list of your saved messages, choose your profile picture at the top ofContinue reading “Mark a message as saved or unread in Teams”

Send an emoji, GIF, or sticker in Teams

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”

Edit or delete a sent message in Teams

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Desktop Mistakes often occur. Thankfully, you can modify or erase the messages sent in Teams. Edit a sent message You can amend any message that you have sent to a chat or channel. Find the message and press More options  > Edit. Confirm changes to your message, then press Enter to overwrite the update. You canContinue reading “Edit or delete a sent message in Teams”

Resume an old conversation in Teams

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Desktop In Teams, you can discover and continue a previous conversation. Regardless of how many times you’ve talked to that person, it’s all in one location. Find an old message All your old messages are saved, and you can filter for them (and people, chats, and files) using the command boxContinue reading “Resume an old conversation in Teams”