Microsoft Teams Training

Here at Interplay we are really big fans of Microsoft Teams. We use it for just about everything these days, and we thought it would be helpful to share some helpful Teams resources we’ve come across. 

More and more businesses and organizations just like ours are selecting Microsoft Teams to meet, call, and collaborate. And though the basic functions of Teams are easy and intuitive, a little training goes a long way.

Fortunately, there are a number of excellent Microsoft Teams training programs available, with more and more coming online every day. For instance, the Microsoft Store in University Village offers free, live, guided training sessions for anyone who’s interested.

If you’re just looking for a basic, simple introduction that will guide you through the ready-to-use tools and features of Microsoft Teams, there is an excellent, free demo here.

For deeper dives into what is quickly becoming one of the most popular video conferencing and collaboration platforms, there are a number of quality virtual events, in-store training sessions, webinars, and more. Microsoft has a thorough and growing library of Teams video training modules that are ready for viewing right now. Topics include quick start, collaborate in teams and channels, work with posts and messages, upload and find files, start chats and calls, manage meetings, set up and attend live events, explore apps and tools, manage team schedules with Shifts, create approvals, manage your activity feed, Teams on the go, and more.

Demand for more functionality from Teams is also increasing—especially at Interplay—and Microsoft is responding. As you might have seen or read in current Microsoft Teams advertising campaigns, the company is putting their platform on the promotional front burner, welcoming new and existing customers to try out all the latest features and functions. Don’t be surprised to see more cool gadgets and tools added to Teams in the coming months.


And with those new, cool tools, will come some new (hopefully cool) training sessions and virtual events. We’ll do our best to keep you apprised of the latest.

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