Create your first teams and channels

Create your first teams and channels


Microsoft Teams helps people within and outside your organization to come together and collaborate effortlessly on projects, carry out inclusive conversations, share documents securely, hold quick telemeetings, and more. It also acts as a central platform to access many Microsoft 365 services and third-party apps. Microsoft Teams consist of teams and channels. A team is nothing but a collection of people who come together for a common purpose, and channels are the collaborative spaces where the members of a team can share files, work with applications, carry out discussions, and more.

Creating teams and channels

Setting up your first few teams and channels is a simple and uncomplicated task. The teams can be created by adding new members or from an existing group or team. The teams can be private or public. Private teams have owners who will manage the team membership whereas anyone can join a public team. You can also create an organization-wide team that will automatically include everyone who uses Teams in your organization.

Steps to create a team:


Steps to add a team owner:

Steps to create a channel in a team:


How to manage Microsoft Teams efficiently with M365 Manager Plus?

Managing Microsoft Teams using the native portal is easy only if you require to manage a very limited number of teams and channels. It is a cumbersome and time-consuming task to manage Teams in organizations that have thousands of employees and roll out Teams on a large scale. M365 Manager helps you effortlessly manage Teams by creating, updating, and deleting teams, channels, team properties, and more, in bulk. It also offers you comprehensive reports to monitor Teams usage. M365 Manager Plus helps manage, monitor, and audit Microsoft Teams from a single, user-friendly console.

Managing Microsoft Teams in bulk using M365 Manager Plus:



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