Microsoft Teams – One stop for Collaboration and Communication

One of our latest tools in Office 365 is Microsoft Teams, which is quickly becoming one of our most popular tools for staff and classroom collaboration. With a dedicated development team, the app is rapidly updating and last month announced a summary of the latest updates which can be found here. 

New apps in Microsoft Teams


With the latest updates we announced new app features that make Microsoft Teams an even more powerful hub for teamwork and we are excited to continue growing our ecosystem of Microsoft and partner apps and integrations. Find out some of the latest new apps here.

Roadmap for Skype for business Teams integration

Eagerly anticipated has been the integration of Skype for Business into the Teams app to provide a seamless environment in which educators can manage and communicate with colleagues. These latest updates have seen many new calling capability features already intregrated, with this in mind the roadmap has been updated and more information found here.


9 tips for meeting with Microsoft Teams


With these new calling features, Teams becomes a perfect solution where you can communicate and meet with anyone inside or outside your organization – even if they are not a Teams user. With these improvements, here are 9 tips to having more productive meetings with attendees in and outside your organization, read the blog here.


Teams at Bett 2018

One of our most popular hands on sessions in the Microsoft Training Academy at Bett 2018, check out the highlights from Microsoft Learning Consultant Jose Kingsley Davies below.

Want to get started with Microsoft Teams?

Start your teams journey today here or find the Teams icon in your Office 365 tenancy.

Let us know what you think!

Already using Teams? Try the new features and provide feedback using the feedback link in the lower left corner of Teams. If you have suggestions on how to make Teams better, please submit your ideas via UserVoice or vote for existing ideas to help us prioritize the requests. We read every piece of feedback that we receive to make Teams even better.

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