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Microsoft Teams is an avoidable productivity tool in the business world today. You can either choose to use it or not to use it, but there is no way you can ignore it completely. With plenty of innovative updates, features, and changes, Microsoft Teams is getting bigger and smarter day by day. Businesses who have decided to utilize this amazing tool will know it better. Since the pandemic, the number of businesses and users who have started using Microsoft Teams increased in astonishing numbers. One interesting and effective way in which Microsoft Teams is enhancing its user experience is through apps. As you might know, Microsoft apps or solutions such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. are integrated into Teams by default and they work smoothly.
Among the long list of applications provided by Microsoft, we would like to consider the Planner as a game-changer. It is one of the most underused software solutions by most businesses. Even after getting a Microsoft 365 subscription, many businesses are still not exploiting the potential of these productivity tools to the maximum. Here we are trying to explain how businesses and organizations can make the most of Microsoft Planner. Knowing how to use Microsoft planner gives your workforce a lot of advantages when it comes to handling tasks, and getting work done effortlessly. Being a to-do app that is bundled with Microsoft 365, the Planner helps you to create tasks, assign them to your team members and keep checking progress easily.
You know that Microsoft 365 is a group of innovative solutions that can assure you great workplace productivity. Microsoft Planner was a silent killer among the set of Microsoft 365 tools so far. However, with the recent updates and integration across Microsoft 365, the Planner is now more effective and better. In this post, we are going to tell you how Microsoft Planner will change the way you work in 2021. We have done another blog recently, about How to use Planner from Microsoft Teams. Check out that blog if you wish to know the most amazing way to work with Planner right now.
Businesses need to coordinate and organize a lot of activities and processes daily. For easy processing and tracking each process or activity will be broken down into tasks and it will be assigned to the right person. Tasks are thus a very significant part of getting work done in an organization. By keeping a proper track of tasks, you will have a clear idea of what needs to be done now and what you need to do next. It is difficult to track tasks if you have organized them in multiple locations. Switching between different platforms to keep track of all these tasks is a real pain. It slows down the entire system for sure. This is where Tasks in Microsoft Teams is going to be a great feature. In this blog, we will tell you how to manage tasks app in Microsoft Teams once it's available.
Getting approvals is an important process in all levels of businesses. Enterprises consider this very seriously as it requires quick processing of approvals to get things done quickly. Microsoft is one of the most promising productivity technology solutions globally and they are introducing yet another incredible feature of Microsoft Teams, Approvals. In this blog post, we will give you a comprehensive insight into what Approvals can do and how approvals work in Microsoft Teams.
Welcome to the second part of our blog series that is intended to make you aware of all updates introduced to Microsoft Teams in 2020. In the first part, we talked about all the new updates that were released until April. Let us see the list of updates that rolled out from May to September in this post.
As we all know, Collaboration Softwares are an integral part of businesses today. Without them, it is not the same anymore. Microsoft Teams is one of the most popular and reputed ones among them today and just because Microsoft is behind this solution, we know it is going to be fantastic in all areas. No doubt that the software comes with a ton of features, capabilities, and options. What made us a fan of this productivity solution is the way it is getting bigger and better each month. We all love software solutions and technologies that are getting enhanced and adapted to changing situations and demands. Microsoft Teams is a master choice when it comes to reaching up to the expectations of the modern world and practical requirements. Today, we are going to tell you about the top updates introduced to Microsoft Teams in 2020.
Microsoft Teams is the solution to manage all your communications, documents, and tools in a team workspace. As of April this year Microsoft teams have over 75 million daily active users. Microsoft is centralized around how an organization works. Earlier Microsoft had announced the integration between Dynamics 365 CE and Microsoft Teams. With this upgrade, users can create and edit documents inside the application and instantly access SharePoint, OneNote, Power BI, and now Microsoft’s model-driven apps in Dynamics 365. One might ask how this Microsoft Teams' integration with the Dynamic 365 model-driven apps is going to help the average user. That is exactly what we are going to discuss here.
Microsoft Teams is a great solution for any company's communication and collaboration needs. It is a perfect modern workforce management app and it is improving rapidly. Teams can help you with one-on-one conversations, team brainstorming sessions, and even larger conferences. With the Live Events feature, Teams is offering the opportunity to organize large meetings where 2 or 3 users speak to a large group of people, like in a big hall or auditorium. If you are interested in using the live events feature to create webinars or host your own conferences, then this may be the options you're looking for. We have used this feature in some of our SharePoint Webinars and it turned out to be very useful. Let us see how to utilize Microsoft Teams Live Events feature.