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  1. This step-by-step tutorial to show you 8 new features in Microsoft Teams and Outlook. These new Teams features integration nicely with Microsoft's other core collaboration and communication tool, Microsoft Outlook. These include many Microsoft Teams Meetings and Outlook integration features, and a few other bonus features. 📝 Table of contents 0:00 Introduction 0:11 Meet Now from Outlook Desktop Teams 0:37 Meeting Options in Outlook Desktop 1:14 Set to default to Teams meetings in Outlook Desktop 1:53 Drag attachment from Outlook to Teams Files 2:20 Reply to Teams Outlook message right in Outlook web 2:46 Set to default to Teams meetings in Outlook web 3:34 Launch Teams from Outlook web Chat button 3:44 Various ways to launch a Teams meeting from Outlook web
  2. In this video we're going to look at a couple of updates to Tasks in Teams on desktop and mobile.
  3. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how you can use the new breakout rooms in Microsoft Teams. Use breakout rooms to break into small groups during meetings. You can open and close rooms more than once during a session or move participants between rooms. Only meeting organizers can create and manage Breakout Rooms.
  4. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn about the top new features in Microsoft Teams, including Noise Suppression, Teams for personal use, Polls during meetings, Insights, and much more. ⌚ Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 00:27 Noise suppression 02:31 Transfer meeting devices 03:35 Teams for personal use 04:40 Switch accounts 05:07 Polls during meetings 06:28 Pin posts 07:29 Additional status controls 08:28 Improved notifications 09:06 Mute attendees 10:52 Insights 12:29 Templates 13:27 Emojis in Teams & Channels 14:00 Wrap up
  5. The Roadmap Radar is all about what's new and next in Office 365. We've scoured the Office 365 roadmap for updates so you don't have to. This month we have a lot of features landing in Teams, and some in SharePoint including SharePoint Spaces and Lists. If you want, you can skip straight to what you need... ⏱TIMESTAMPS 00:00 - Introduction TEAMS 00:20 - New scenes in Together mode 00:42 - New presence status features 01:16 - New way to manage Teams meeting options 01:40 - Free audio conferencing offer 02:11 - Native Teams notifications for Windows and Mac 02:41 - Virtual breakout rooms in meetings 03:11 - Noise suppression in meetings 03:47 - Screen sharing support for Safari SHAREPOINT 04:03 - Commenting on Microsoft Lists 04:56 - SharePoint Spaces generally available 05:29 - New site performance page 05:56 - Custom content types
  6. The Roadmap Radar is all about what's new and next in Office 365. We've scoured the Office 365 roadmap for updates so you don't have to. This month we have news on updates coming to Microsoft Forms, Word, Teams, SharePoint and Lists. ⏱TIMESTAMPS 00:00 - Introduction FORMS 00:19 - Forms coming to Office mobile app 00:48 - Blank form printing 01:02 - Forms progress bar 01:19 - Specific user sharing 01:47 - New start page WORD 02:04 - Word Designer TEAMS 02:42 - Meeting toolbar updates for phones and tablets 03:07 - Spotlight attendees in a meeting SHAREPOINT 03:33 - SharePoint Syntax 04:14 - Organization chart web part 04:34 - "Quick edit" becomes "Edit in grid view" 04:53 - New look for creating lists 05:18 - New choice column formatting options MICROSOFT LISTS 05:35 - New calendar view
  7. In this step-by-step tutorial video, learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint Presenter View while presenting in Microsoft Teams. In the video on Presenter View, I cover the following: 0:00 Introduction 1:09 Join Teams Meeting 2:15 Share PowerPoint window in Teams 3:50 Start presentation in PowerPoint 5:10 Overview of Presenter View 6:40 Shortcut to launch Presenter View 7:50 Additional presentation shortcuts 8:16 Wrap up
  8. This time we are going to look at a new feature for Microsoft Teams called Templates. This feature is rolling out now so you should have it, or you will do very soon. Microsoft provides you with a list of predefined templates for you to choose when you create your team. So I'm going to show you how to use a template to create a new Team, and then how you can create your own custom templates.
  9. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use Microsoft Shifts that comes as part of Microsoft Teams. Shifts in Microsoft Teams is a schedule management tool that helps you create, update, and manage schedules for your team.
  10. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use Tasks in Microsoft Teams. View your tasks and shared plans across Microsoft To Do and Planner with the Tasks app in Microsoft Teams.
  11. Microsoft Teams lets you take attendance during online meetings—well, it provides you an attendance list, complete with a participant’s name, join time, leave time, time in the meeting, email address, and more. And with the new, upgraded attendance report experience, you can download the report after the meeting. No more being stuck with no attendance report if you forgot to get it during the meeting! This video covers the ins and outs of getting the report and how to work with the information it provides.
  12. Let's have a first look at the new Tasks in Teams app. This app allows you to manage all your tasks that are currently in To-Do and Planner all in one place within the Microsoft Teams app.
  13. In this video we show how you can now have full control over who is admitted to your Teams meeting. This is great news for teachers managing meetings with their class or any meeting where you want to admit your attendees one by one.
  14. Microsoft had its Ignite event last week, and there were so many announcements across all of their services that I won't be able to fit them all into my regular Roadmap Radar update. So we've made a special update just for Teams this month. This video has my pick of the new features coming to Teams that were announced at Ignite 2020. If you want, you can skip straight to what you need... ⏱TIMESTAMPS 00:00 - Introduction 00:27 - New Together Mode Scenes 00:51 - Teams Meetings Custom Layouts 01:09 - Breakout Rooms in Meetings 01:32 - Meeting Recaps 01:59 - Webinar Registration and Reporting 02:21 - New Calling Experience 02:38 - Collaborative Calling 02:53 - Teams Templates 03:16 - Channel Info Pane 03:31 - New Search Results Experience 04:01 - SharePoint Home Site App 04:19 - Approvals App 04:43 - Enhanced Power BI App 04:59 - New Power Automate App
  15. In this step-by-step tutorial video, learn how to annotate your screen while screen sharing in Microsoft Teams. In this tutorial, I walk through how to both get and use the ZoomIt tool to annotate your screen while screen sharing in Teams. With annotations, you can draw, insert shapes, insert text, and zoom on your screen while presenting to help your audience follow along more easily. Free Annotation Tools: Zoom it (Recommended): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/zoomit DemoHelper:  https://tools.stefankueng.com/DemoHelper.html Freemium Annotation Tools: Epic Pen: https://epic-pen.com/ Paid Annotation Tools: Presentation Assistant: http://www.presentation-assistant.com/index.htm Presentation Marker: http://www.goldgingko.com/screen-marker/ Ink2Go: http://ink2go.org/ HeyeLighter:  http://www.aureosoft.com/heyelighter.html
  16. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how you can create reminders and tasks from messages in channels and chats in Microsoft Teams. 0:00 Introduction 1:19 Save channel conversations for later access 3:31 Pin chats for later access 4:09 Install task reminder bot 6:17 Add reminder for channel task 6:58 Add reminder for chat task 7:20 View all reminders 8:13 Add individual reminder 9:02 Add recurring reminder 9:34 Add reminder bot to channel or group chat 11:49 Remove reminder bot 12:36 Wrap up
  17. In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to best present Microsoft PowerPoint slides in Microsoft Teams. 0:00 Introduction 1:58 Example of the problem 3:00 Solution 1 - Upload slides into Microsoft Teams 5:50 Solution 2 - Present in Windowed mode in Microsoft PowerPoint 7:56 Wrap up
  18. In this video we're going to have a first look at the new meeting experience in Microsoft Teams - this update will allow us to meet in a separate window, move the toolbar out of the way and enable the other features like Together and Gallery Mode. I'll show you how to turn it on and what the benefits are, and we'll see if Microsoft is finally catching up with Zoom.
  19. In this video we are going to look at a brand-new app coming to Office 365 called Microsoft Lists. This new app was announced by Microsoft at their online Build conference this week so I thought I'd have a look and try and understand what it is they are doing and give you my thoughts on it.
  20. In this video I'm going to show you how to invite a Microsoft Teams channel to a your meeting - you no longer have to to type all the attendees names and can invite your whole Team. This will send an invitation to everyone in the Team, put it in their calendar if they accept and it will also add a post to the channel.
  21. Together mode is a new meeting experience in Teams that uses AI segmentation technology to digitally place participants in a shared background, making it feel like you’re sitting in the same room with everyone else in the meeting or class.
  22. In the wake of Covid-19 and the increased need for communication for people working from home it comes as no surprise that Microsoft Teams are targeted by malicious people. This week we see both CISA and Abnormal security reporting on targeted phishing campaigns that have affected more than 50.000 users so far. With so many starting to work from home due to the Covid-19 situation invites to different Microsoft Teams are very common. This is something that malicious people have started to take advantage of. Since many organizations are still a bit new to the situation of many employees working from home, this also mean that security is not always up to par with the situation. The tactic is rather simple, but sadly also effective. One example is that a mail that seems legit are sent out with a link to a document on a Microsoft Team. If the link is clicked the user is asked to login and if that button is clicked, they’re taken to a malicious page which convincingly impersonates the Microsoft Office login page in order to steal their credentials Another example include an email link that points to a YouTube page. From there the users are redirected twice to finally land on another Microsoft Office login phishing site which convincingly impersonates the Microsoft Office login page. This is even more effective on mobile according to the articles. This is because the images take up most of the space and because domain links are more difficult to see and therefore identify. These phishing attempts are however very convincing even on desktop, which makes it more likely that someone will get caught in the phishers net. As Microsoft Teams are integrated with Office 365 single sign on it means that if compromised the phisher will have access to other, possibly much more damaging, areas. This is not the only issues facing office 365 users however and Sway got a bit of heat earlier this week as well. Microsoft is not being idle however and this week they patched a nasty subdomain takeover vulnerability in Teams that could have allowed an inside attacker to weaponize a single GIF image and use it to pilfer data from targeted systems and take over all of an organization’s Teams accounts. As always, be careful with email links and make sure you vet the urls carefully before submitting any user information online.
  23. In the wake of Covid-19 and the increased need for communication for people working from home it comes as no surprise that Microsoft Teams are targeted by malicious people. This week we see both CISA and Abnormal security reporting on targeted phishing campaigns that have affected more than 50.000 users so far. With so many starting to work from home due to the Covid-19 situation invites to different Microsoft Teams are very common. This is something that malicious people have started to take advantage of. Since many organizations are still a bit new to the situation of many employees working from home, this also mean that security is not always up to par with the situation. The tactic is rather simple, but sadly also effective. One example is that a mail that seems legit are sent out with a link to a document on a Microsoft Team. If the link is clicked the user is asked to login and if that button is clicked, they’re taken to a malicious page which convincingly impersonates the Microsoft Office login page in order to steal their credentials Another example include an email link that points to a YouTube page. From there the users are redirected twice to finally land on another Microsoft Office login phishing site which convincingly impersonates the Microsoft Office login page. This is even more effective on mobile according to the articles. This is because the images take up most of the space and because domain links are more difficult to see and therefore identify. These phishing attempts are however very convincing even on desktop, which makes it more likely that someone will get caught in the phishers net. As Microsoft Teams are integrated with Office 365 single sign on it means that if compromised the phisher will have access to other, possibly much more damaging, areas. This is not the only issues facing office 365 users however and Sway got a bit of heat earlier this week as well. Microsoft is not being idle however and this week they patched a nasty subdomain takeover vulnerability in Teams that could have allowed an inside attacker to weaponize a single GIF image and use it to pilfer data from targeted systems and take over all of an organization’s Teams accounts. As always, be careful with email links and make sure you vet the urls carefully before submitting any user information online. View full blog article
  24. In this video we show you how to create and share a simple poll in your Microsoft Teams channel.
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