Microsoft Teams Security Reminders

Team Membership

Team owners are responsible for managing team roles (including external Guest access). Recommend revisiting periodically

Team Settings

Team owners manage settings, team picture, set permissions across team members, tabs / connectors, @mentions, GIFs, stickers and memes.

Data Access

Any member of your team can edit and share documents externally (including Guests).

Private Channels

Consider using Private Channels if you want to limit collaboration or a focused space without having to create a separate team

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Go-To Guide for Team Owners on Microsoft Teams

From chatting and meetings to using teams and channels, Microsoft Teams makes working together easy. Perfectly suited for remote work, Microsoft Teams provides a centralized workspace for groups to communicate and collaborate online. This tutorial provides team owners a foundation on how to get their team up and running.

To get your team up and running in Microsoft Teams, create a team, add people, and add channels. After watching the video below, you will walk away with all the steps to add members to your teams and channels, and even customize your settings to add a team picture and give your team some personality.

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If you need additional assistance with Microsoft Teams, please review related articles, or submit a ticket to the Help Center.

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