Microsoft Teams — Manage data, files, people
Microsoft Teams is a clever management tool, which allows you to control projects with ease and grace. It serves as a roomy hub where you can keep ideas, goals, schedules, important files, assignments and more. Besides, you can have a team meeting right in the application.
Microsoft Teams is a virtual office space, to say the least. Here you can marshal your work power, host a quick video conference, and discuss everything of importance. And just to let you know, MS Teams math is truly colossal: 10,000 people can be on a single team.
It’s fully integrated with Office 365. So, think of it as a child that Skype and MS Office could have in their happy marriage. This is why sharing docs, spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations is a green light in this workspace.
As it’s could-supported, you can leave notes and suggestions for everyone to see. For example, if there’s a remark that you want the marketing team to consider — the note can be addressed right to them via mentioning. That’s how you can grab the attention of a single person or an entire department.
If it’s necessary, you can spawn channels for individual groups. As you go, all chats are safely stored in the cloud. Although MS Teams seems to be a bit wayward, as it puts recent messages first, even if you don’t want it to. Luckily, chat has a search option.
Ease of Use 7/10
MS Teams is a smoothly working ecosystem. Setting up the digital office doesn’t take too long, unless you’re in charge of a really gargantuan workforce. Although, the mobile version of MS Teams sometimes struggles with connecting you to the rest of the collective.
The app easily supports multiple cameras running at the same time. But only one screen/desktop can be shared at a single moment. And if you find unstoppable notifications demoralizing, consider disabling them. The app alerts about every single note made.
The app is finically organized in category pages. One of them allows you to create and arrange meeting schedules: month, day, precise time, and so on. Whenever the time is due, the Join button becomes purple, prompting you to hop on and do the biz.
There’s also a file depository where all media is kept and sorted. On other pages, you can stay in touch with your loyal gunmen, leave notes, create tasks, set agendas, propose and articulate ideas and so forth.
With all its juggernaut functionality, MS Teams isn’t free to use. You need an Office 365 subscription (annual commitment). It charges $20 for every user monthly. Or you can use MS Teams alone. Then there’s a free trial period at your disposal.
Microsoft Teams is a power lab that will turn your team into a roaring rocket engine. Organize schedules, set tasks and deadlines, correct the workflow on the go and enjoy effortless team management. At anytime and anywhere.