- Introduction To Microsoft Teams Ppt
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- Microsoft Teams Training Guide Ppt
With the number of meetings and participants today, there is a great opportunity for noise to arise. Whether it comes in the form of unpreparedness, distractions, attendees not feeling included, and/or lack of follow-through after the meeting, meetings can be counter-productive. In my previous blog I wrote about the meeting lifecycle, but it is just as important for the presenter to bring their A-game during a virtual meeting.
Here are 5 tips to get the most out of your presentations in Microsoft Teams.
- PowerPoint 2016 Sign in In Windows, click Start Microsoft Teams. On Mac, go to the Applications folder and click Microsoft Teams. On mobile, tap the Teams icon. Then sign in with your Office 365 username and password. (If you’re using Teams free, sign in with that username and password.) Pick a team and channel.
- May 19, 2020 What is Microsoft Teams. Microsoft team is a solution designed to become the core of all the activity of a company. It is a tool that Microsoft incorporated at the end of 2016 to the already robust Microsoft 365 suite ( formerly Office 365).This means that beyond its own functionalities, it offers full integration with the other solutions in the suit: Outlook, Word; excel; One Drive.
- Microsoft Teams, the hub for team collaboration in Microsoft 365, integrates the people, content, and tools your team needs to be more engaged and effective.
Introduction To Microsoft Teams Ppt
Training: Use Microsoft Teams to show PowerPoint slides in an online meeting. Learn how in this online video.
1. Presenter View on.
We all love to take a peek at our notes from time to time and doing so on a Teams meeting is easier than you might think. Presenter view lets you view your presentation with your speaker notes on one computer (your new Surface Go 2 of Surface Book 3, for example), while the audience views the notes-free presentation on a different monitor/their own device.
Simply open de Share tray on Microsoft Teams and share your screen (or even better, just your PowerPoint window). Now start your PowerPoint presentation and enable 'Presenter View' (right click anywhere on the screen). Don't be afraid or get anxious if you see the presenter view, your audience is only seeing your slides!
Below a screenshot of my presenter view (top) and what the audience is seeing in the Teams meeting (bottom)
2. Limited bandwidth? Share your PowerPoint online.
Is your internet connection limited, but you still need to present a PowerPoint deck? No worries! By definition, Teams is designed to give the best audio, video, and content sharing experience regardless of your network conditions. That said, when bandwidth is insufficient, Teams prioritizes audio quality over video quality. Where bandwidth isn't limited, Teams optimizes media quality, including up to 1080p video resolution, up to 30fps for video and 15fps for content, and high-fidelity audio. Teams is always conservative on bandwidth utilization and can deliver HD video quality in under 1.2Mbps. The actual bandwidth consumption in each audio/video call or meeting will vary based on several factors, such as video layout, video resolution, and video frames per second. When more bandwidth is available, quality and usage will increase to deliver the best experience.
If your bandwidth is limited you can save up to 90% of your bandwidth by opening a PowerPoint presentation online, directly from the share tray instead of sharing your screen. You can either upload it from your computer or share a file from OneDrive. You will see a short spike in network when the PowerPoint file loads, but once that is finished the file will run completely from the cloud and this will save you a lot of bandwidth.
3. Use your phone as your webcam or companion.
We all recognize the image when someone is looking at their screen instead of the laptops webcam. Not looking the other participants in the eye can create a disconnect between the sender and the receiver of the information. If you do not have an extra webcam to set up, you can use your phone as a webcam.
If you join a meeting on more than one device you will get even more collaboration and content-sharing options. If you're already in a meeting on your laptop, for example, you can join on your phone as well to share live video, control a presentation with your phone, and much more. When you've joined a meeting on one device, open Teams on your mobile phone. (Make sure both devices are signed in to the same Teams account). Teams will automatically prompt you to join the meeting you are currently in. Now turn off the camera on your laptop and enable to camera on your phone. Teams will continue to be joined on both devices; however, it will leverage the camera from your phone.
Background Blur is being rolled out to iOS right now, so no need to clean the work environment or to worry about distractions in the background.
4. Share system audio.
During your presentation you might want to share a cool sizzle video with the team, but by default your system audio will not be enabled during your Teams meetings. This is to avoid beeps and other notification sounds from your computer during your Teams meetings.
If you want to share system audio, simply open the share tray and check the 'include system audio' box before you share your screen or presentation. This functionality is available in regular meetings and is now being rolled out to Live Events as well.
Are you a meeting organizer and don't want people hanging around in the virtual meeting after the session is over? Meeting organizers are able to end the meeting with a push of a button. Within the meeting control bar, only meeting organizers will see an item that says 'end meeting.” All participants exit the meeting when the organizer selects this button.