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Micrsosoft Teams Communication Infographic - When to use what

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Sander Derix
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Hi

 

searched for a way to clearly indicate which communication capabilities Microsoft Teams offers and when to use them. In addition, what communication tools are available when you need to communicate outside your team? To the entire company, in a formal manner or perhaps less formal? Communicate to the world about your achievements? In short, a lot of info I needed to make clear in a straightforward manner.

 

I tried different approaches when I remembered the blog that David Branscome (MSFT) wrote at the end of last year ‘Microsoft’s Collaboration Story in a Single Slide‘. From that example I created my first Microsoft Teams Communications infographic.

 

You can read and download it on Collab365:

 

Microsoft Teams Communication Infographic - When to use what?

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