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Team Collaboration in Office 365 (Microsoft 365)

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Get best practices for collaborating with your team in Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365). Learn how to communicate efficiently using Teams, share files in OneDrive, and more.

Microsoft 365, formerly known as Office 365, offers the latest Office apps and features for communication, file sharing, and project planning. The apps in Microsoft 365—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and more—are designed with collaboration in mind, yet many users aren’t leveraging all that these tools have to offer. In this course, Nick Brazzi offers tips for maximizing team productivity in Microsoft 365. Nick covers working with shared calendars in Outlook, connecting with your colleagues in Teams, and managing files that have been shared in Teams (as well as accessing those shared files in tools like SharePoint and Outlook). Plus, get tips for communicating more efficiently using Groups, using file libraries in SharePoint, sharing notes and files via OneDrive, creating shared tasks and projects in Planner, and more.


  • Learn team collaboration tools in Microsoft 365
1. Understand Microsoft 365 Accounts and Core Services
  • Identify which Microsoft 365 services you have
  • Learn the applications seen in this course
  • Use Office 365 Groups
  • Understand SharePoint
2. Applications and Tools for Team Collaboration
  • Use groups for email in Outlook
  • Work with shared calendars in Outlook
  • Invite people to scheduled meetings
  • Communicate with coworkers using Yammer
  • Manage conversations with Teams
  • Manage tasks and projects with Planner
3. File Storage, Sharing, Editing, and Coauthoring
  • Understand cloud storage
  • Store and share files in OneDrive
  • Use file libraries in Groups and SharePoint
  • Store and share files in Teams
  • Share files in Yammer
  • Edit and coauthor documents online
  • Next steps

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Nick Brazzi

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