BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER
Share, communicate, collaborate.
Introduction to Teams
Accessing MS Teams
•Enter your @arapahoe.edu email click “Next”
•Enter your password (this will be you network password). Click “Sign In”
•On the final Box click “Yes” to stay signed in.
You will see the available Office 365 applications
•Select “Teams” to launch the web app
If you are on a computer that you have rights to install software onto, you may want to install the Teams desktop App
•Access the web app as described earlier in this guide
•Select the Download desktop app icon
•Save the file and install following the onscreen instructions
Your team can do a lot for you.
Link to your SharePoint folders
Link to apps
Chat with the Team
@team to notify everyone
@name to notify someone specific
Attach and share files
Start a conference call
You will see the teams that you are a part of in the by clicking the “Teams” tab on the left side.
•You can search for individuals or teams by clicking the new chat icon
•This is where you can Join a team. Click the “Join or create team” button.
•You will need a “Team Code” to join a Team from this button
•Then search for the name in the “To:” field
You can share files using One drive or directly from your computer. Your MS Team can act as a place for you your team members to collaborate with files.
•Within a team click “Files”
•From there you will be able to Upload, Share, edit, etc., your files in the team.
You can also share from the chat feature and send a link to a file directly to a member of your team in the chat feature
•Click the Paper Click icon
•Select if the file is on your Computer or OneDrive
•Select the file you wish to share and click "Share"
You will now see the file in the chat
If you have access to a SharePoint site and want to link it to your team.
•Click the “Files” Tab
•Click “Add cloud storage”
•Select your cloud storage provider
•Select the SharePoint site you want to share.
There are many third party apps and tools that can be used in teams.
•Click the more added app button to search for apps that work with teams
Additional Resources and videos
Video: Overview of Teams and Channels
Video: Get your team up and running
Web: Microsoft Teams learning resources