Get your Hands-On Microsoft Teams free chapter and become a master on meetings and Live Events

Work have changed dramatically during the last months and the modern workplace took by assault classic businesses all arround the world.

Mastering tools like Microsoft Teams will give you a competitive advantage and will make your work a lot easier. I’m happy to help in this transformation process by offering you an entire chapter of my book about Meetings and Live Events.

If you just started using Microsoft Teams or if you want to learn more about the platform Hands-On Microsoft Teams is the book for you.

Starting with the basic concepts that will help you collaborate on Teams, this book takes you through expert techniques for creating and managing teams. A dedicated section also features industry practices to help enhance collaboration in modern workplaces.

In later chapters, you’ll explore Microsoft services such as SharePoint, Power Apps, Power Automate, and learn how they interact with Microsoft Teams. You’ll also get to grips with dealing with permissions and security issues in managing private and public teams and channels.

Along the way, you’ll discover practical scenarios that will help you improve the collaboration in your organisation and increase productivity by using Teams features.

By the end of this book, you’ll have hands-on experience of using Microsoft Teams, along with the skills you need to improve the way people collaborate in your organisation.

What you will learn with Hands-On Microsoft Teams

  • Create teams, channels, and tabs in Microsoft Teams
  • Explore the Teams architecture and various Office 365 components included in Teams
  • Perform scheduling, and managing meetings and live events in Teams
  • Configure and manage apps in Teams
  • Design automated scripts for managing a Teams environment using PowerShell
  • Build your own Microsoft Teams app without writing code

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I've been working with Microsoft Technologies over the last ten years, mainly focused on creating collaboration and productivity solutions that drive the adoption of Microsoft Modern Workplace.

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