Microsoft Teams - Collaborating on Files for Productivity
From Katrina Boone
The Files tab allows you to create new files, upload existing files, edit files, open files in programs, and share links. When files are added, you can then search for specific files under the Files tab. Once the file is loaded, it is open for viewing and live collaboration. Once the file is added, a conversation thread will also automatically be added to the General chat for quick access. When team members open the file, they will see a start conversation button. Team members now have the ability to edit or view the document, as well as have a real time discussion in the Conversation Space. All notes added in the Conversation Space will automatically travel over to the Conversations tab in the general conversation. Each additional channel will also have a separate Files tab automatically created.
School departments are always working on updating lessons, collaborating on shared documents, and posting important information. The Files tab allows school leaders and members to have a cloud-based file sharing drive that also allows for live editing and collaboration. The ability to upload or create files and talk with teammates saves valuable time.
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