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How To Enable Microsoft Teams Background Effects

To turn on background effects during a meeting, click More Options … > Background Effects. Select the background from the list. You can preview or directly apply.

To disable select 'none' which is top of the list and Apply.

Collaborate on Files in MS Team

Work on Excel workbooks simultaneously with your colleagues, classmates, and students thanks to co-authoring on MS Teams

Raise your hand in a Teams meeting

During a meeting, you can raise a virtual hand to let people know you want to contribute without interrupting the conversation.

Pop out a chat in Microsoft Teams

You can instantly pop out your one-on-one or group chat into a separate window

Manage Notifications in Teams

You can manage teams notifications in multiple ways.

Using Video in Microsoft Teams Meetings

When you join a Teams meeting, you'll be able to see the video streams of up to nine other people on your screen at the same time

Record a Meeting on Teams

Record any Teams meeting or call to capture audio, video, and screen sharing activity

Tips for Better Meetings

You can have better, more productive Meetings

Keyboard shortcuts for Teams

Keyboard shortcuts are an essential alternative to using a mouse and can be more efficient than using a touchscreen.

Teams Meetings

Six Things to know about chat in Teams

Search in Teams

You’ve got a few search and filtering options to help you find messages, people, files and other informations in Teams.

Video Permissions

You can check or change the permissions of the videos you record in Teams with the Stream service.

Use OneNote Class Notebook in Teams

Your Class Notebook is a digital notebook for the whole class to store text, images, handwritten notes, attachments, links, voice, video, and more.

Collaborate on files in Microsoft Teams

If you're working with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Visio files your colleagues can even view, edit, and collaborate on them, right within Teams

Teams and Channels in MS Teams

Teams are made up of channels, which are the conversations you have with your teammates. Each channel is dedicated to a specific topic, department, or project.

Activity Feed On The Go

Your Activity feed is a summary of everything that's happened in the team channels you follow

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