Microsoft Teams is a business communication platform that brings together the best capabilities of Office. Teams is based on chat-based communication and collaboration.
What sets Teams apart from rivals is its seamless integration of apps that business users rely on every day, including messaging, Office 365, video conferencing, file sharing, collaborative editing, and Teams-based planning.
The channels are easy to use and offer a familiar experience to other popular messaging apps. Conversations are grouped into one thread so you can access all group chat messages in one place. Users receive notifications when a new message is available. Group calls and video chats can also be started with one click from each channel.
In Teams, workers in the same organization are grouped into teams. The team is usually focused on a specific task or a certain project. The teams, at the same time, are subdivided into channels, as we will see below.
This video shows how you can pull together a team with Microsoft Teams on your PC, Mac, or mobile device. Use chat instead of email, securely edit files at the same time, see your likes, mentions, and replies with just a single tap, and have the freedom to customize it all by adding notes, websites, and apps.