Currently, there are three permission groups in a Team:
- Owner - max of 100 per Team.
- Member and Guest - max of 10,000 per Team.
- Guests are users external to KU.
Permissions apply to the entire permission group and cannot be customized for individuals.
Create Teams on Your Own
Now you can create teams on your own; no request form required. However, if you want assistance, you can continue to use the Request form to have a team made for you. Instructors who want to add a team to a course should contact Education Technology to learn about best practices and discuss how they can assist you with creating your team. See these options below.
The Files tab displays all of a team’s files within a given channel, which are stored in you Team's SharePoint Document library.
Create and manage your files
To create new files or folders:
Notifications are sent when you are mentioned in a post, messages are posted in the Posts tab or Chat, and other activities, such as membership changes, seeing when someone is on or offline, meeting notifications, etc.
Microsoft Teams is a messaging platform for your group, team, or department. It provides a workspace for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, plus files and app sharing.
Teams includes the following tools and capabilities:
- Chat-based collaboration hub
- Keeps all conversations in one place
- Create, upload, store and share files in one place
- Integrates with Planner to organize and manage tasks
- Virtual space for meetings that include audio, video, and recording capabilities
- Each team comes with SharePoint site in the background
Maximum limits and Specifications
To review restrictions and limitations, such as storage limits and maximum limits on number of teams, members, etc. go to Microsoft's Limits and Specifications site for the most current information.
MS Teams Overview
Multifunction Device (MFD) Instructions for Departments
The following instructions are also available in a printable PDF handout.
Your tech support staff should have set up your ability to print to your local MFD. Talk with your department's IT support staff if you are having issues printing.