Create a team from an existing group

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. After you make a team from an existing Office 365 group, you’ll promptly share the same group privacy (public or private) and members as the initial group. Note: Your organisation can restrict who can create teams. If you can’t create a team or need to turn off team creation, check with yourContinue reading “Create a team from an existing group”

Create a team from scratch

Desktop Applies to: Microsoft Teams. If you are absent from an existing Office 365 group or team, you’re beginning with a clean slate, and you get to select how your team is organised and set up. Once your team is formed, you’ll receive a matching Office 365 group, containinga group inbox and calendar in Outlook,Continue reading “Create a team from scratch”

Manage team settings and permissions in Teams

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Desktop If you’re a team owner, you’re responsible for the vast majority of the settings and permissions of your team. Below reveals how to modify them. Locate the team name and pick More options  > Manage team. In the Settings tab, mark or unmark the options or your desired permissions to use. Note: For a deeper lookContinue reading “Manage team settings and permissions in Teams”

Team owner, member, and guest capabilities in Teams

Applies to: Microsoft Teams. Desktop Each member in Teams has a role, and each one has various permissions.  Owners Team owners control specific settings for the team. They append and delete members, create guests, edit team settings, and manage administrative tasks. There can be several owners in a team. Members Members are the people in theContinue reading “Team owner, member, and guest capabilities in Teams”