Teams has been made to facilitate communication and work and the division of work in working groups, such as a department, division, subdivision, or project group. The program can be described as Microsoft's counterpart to the competing software Slack.
Teams is made by Microsoft and is now available via Office 365 in the Lund University Microsoft agreement.
For more information on Teams, please see https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-teams/group-chat-software.
Log in to Teams by going to the following link and follow the instructions:
The easiest way to meet in Teams is to use the chat feature. In the chat you can add more people as needed.
If you need to invite to a more formal meeting or video meeting, you can do so from your calendar in Outlook. You can also quickly create such meetings directly from Teams. You can learn more about all the meeting functions in Teams at the link below:
Do you want to get regular notifications from Teams when something new happens or someone tries to contact you? Then you may install both the desktop client and the mobile phone app:
The tools currently overlap somewhat, but Microsoft is moving all new functionality into Teams which will be the one tool for the future.