The private channels in Teams, what has changed?
Officially launched in November 2016 by Microsoft, TEAMS has collaborative working at its core and is about sharing information at the right time in the most efficient way. Team members need to constantly stay in touch throughout their workday, the same as Outlook. All information is shared in one space, which means that everything that is created or shared within a team is visible and accessible to all members of that team.
But how do you share confidential data and files within a team? How can access to secret information be restricted within a working group with external partners?
Private channels bring new use case scenarios, of which end user adoption is a key issue.
In this webinar, we will discuss the new features and tools offered by private channels within a team.
- Get to know new end user tools
- Identifying the potential of private channels
- Introduction: Why this change?
- When to create a private channel?
- Who can create them?
- What can I do?
- Where is the data stored?
- What can team owners see?