Microsoft Teams Efficiency MS teams tips
Are you Lazy or feeling lazy? Then what if I tell you “Let’s be intelligently Lazy”. Confused?!! Okay, let’s be efficient.
Yes, Efficiency is the Intelligent Laziness.
It’s halfway through the year and a major section of our workforce is working from home (we all know why).
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With n number of collaborative tools in the market, Microsoft Teams runs in the heart of many business firms because of its ease of use and features. Today I will be sharing 4 tips to make you intelligently lazy.
We’ll talk about how you can find important contents from chat history, eliminate redundant emails, receive constant updates from preferred service providers and finally transcribing your team meetings.
Teams saves your messages for an indefinite time, which is a lot of data. Finding an important piece of information from your chat history can be daunting. Microsoft Teams gives you the ability to save those important items. All you need to do is:
When you need to review the item, navigate to your profile icon and click on “Saved” Which will take you to the list showing all your saved items. Pretty easy!
Teams and Outlook integrate so well that you can easily forward your emails to the desired channel. For that you’ll have to:
Your email will directly be sent to the group where your entire team can view and have an easy and open discussion.
Connectors can keep your group updated with content from other services. It can be a tool for the developers, or HR team or any platform for news feed, project management, to mention a few. To add a connector, you need to:
Once added, it will directly stream updates to the conversation tab of your group.
What’s the point in shuffling between apps when you can receive all the updates on one platform?
Imagine all your team meetings not only being recorded but also being transcribed. Interesting isn’t it! Microsoft Teams can record your meetings and transcribe it too. Once your recording is complete:
Going forward when you open the video, you will find the transcript created from the dialogues of the meeting. In case it does not display automatically, select “Settings” and choose “Show Transcripts”.
If you want to learn more or have any queries, drop an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org