Microsoft Teams Training - Owning a Microsoft Teams’ team, role and duty


Microsoft Teams Training - Owning a Microsoft Teams’ team, role and duty

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Training Theme 

Aimed at users who want to combine collaboration and communication features in a single tool, Microsoft Teams is the essential tool for remote work in the workplace. The app is designed as a centralizer from which the team can find both the tools and content they need, to complete a collaborative task. In this course, learn the team owner’s role and duty in Microsoft Teams. Explore the prerogatives and responsibilities of each Team owner. Find out what the team owner’s best practices are.  

All trainings are conducted by expert trainers with a focus on how to manage a team in Microsoft Teams. 

Training Objectives 

As a team owner, you need to know how to add or remove members, how to change their role and how to manage your team settings; You want to boost team efficiency and productivity by adding the best tools to your channels. 

At the end of this training, you will know how to: 

  • Use team management features  
  • Manage a team  
  • Manage the team owner’s role in Microsoft Teams 

Prerequisite and Target Audience 

Target Audience: Users who want to discover the team owner’s role 
Startup Level: Advanced 
Prerequisite: Master independently the basic uses of computer navigation and the uses of your computer  

Means and Methods 

  • Virtual Classroom: The training is carried out remotely with a virtual classroom tool. Live interaction with a trainer enabling participants to ask questions.  
  • e-Learning Modules: A video series to help you achieve the defined educational objective.  
  • Documents and Other Materials: Additional information or educational activities to complement this course.  

Training Content 

45-min Distance Learning (or its video recording)

  • Teams in Microsoft Teams recall 
  • The owner’s role and duty 
  • Create a team 
  • Set up a team 
  • Manage a team 
  • Manage channels 
  • Connect third-party tools 
  • Lifecycle management 

10 Video Tutorials on Microsoft Teams broken down into 2 lessons 

  • Manage teams
    • Create a team using an existing team as a template
    • Adding channels and tabs
    • Create private channels
    • Use and manage channels and tabs
    • Manage storage space on Teams
    • Manage your teams
    • Set up and customize your teams
    • Archive or restore a team
  • Customize workspaces
    • Connectors, apps or tabs? What are their purpose?
    • Use connectors to receive notifications

1 Course Knowledge Validation Quiz 

  • Owning a Microsoft Teams’ team, role and duty

Learn more about Microsoft Teams 

Teams is made up of groups of people who work together towards a common goal. 

This group of people can be within a department or organization. What unites them is the aim goal. However, if Teams is not rigorously managed, companies quickly face a proliferation of teams or user interface fatigue. So before creating a team, the owner needs to think of the goal, the project, or work item first. It is therefore essential to set a steering frame for the company’s team owners. 

A framework that defines, for example: 

  • When to use a group chat or channel conversation 
  • When to create a channel or team 
  • In which channel to post 
  • In which team to post 
  • Who should be a member of a team 

The implementation of Microsoft Teams in your organization therefore depends on assimilating the rights and duties of the team owner role.