Office 365Portal: What is Office365? - The Web Portal - Using the Web Portal to access Teams and OneDrive
Teams: What are Teams? - Apps for Microsoft Teams - Creating and Joining Teams - Adding Members and Owners to Teams - Team Chat (Conversations) - Channels - Team Meetings - Private Conversations - Private Meetings - Calls in Teams - Private Calls - File Organisation in Teams - Adding Files - Editing Files - Using Tabs to integrate with other systems/information incl within Office 365 - Using the Team from Outlook, Planner, OneDrive and SharePoint - Creating and Customising Pages - Metadata (columns in SharePoint)
OneDrive for Business: What is One Drive? - Uploading Documents & Folders - Folders and Views - OneDrive and Office Online - OneDrive and Office Desktop - Sharing Documents - OneDrive Apps - To sync or not to sync?
SharePoint As a Backend to Teams: Navigating the SharePoint site created by Teams - Understanding what maps to what between SharePoint & Teams
Permissions: What Team Members, Owners and Guests can do in Teams & SharePoint - Allowing External Users Access - Channel Permissions in Teams - Customising Permissions in SharePoint - Create & Manage Permission Groups - Create & Use Permission Levels - Sharing Settings
Content Management in SharePoint Online: Creating and Customising Libraries - Moving/Copying Data - Creating and Customising Lists
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