Teamwork makes the dream work. But not without the right tools and features. In the second part of our new series "Team Up with COMPAREX" our expert Erik Moll explains how to efficiently collaborate on a document with multiple people within Microsoft Teams.
Brainstorming on a new project, revising the budget or creating a new strategy for social media – sooner or later in all these working scenarios you will need to collaborate with several people on a document. Sending drafts back and forth and playing ping-pong with conflicted versions cannot be the solution.
Teams facilitates co-authoring and will forever change the way you collaborate with people. Now imagine you created a document and want to share it and enable co-authoring with your coworkers. The document may be stored in your personal circle within OneDrive for Business or Teams Communication. To enable co-authoring and communication in project group you need to promote the document from your personal circle to your project Team site or inner circle. The advantage of Teams? You have the communication history or thread around the document in question in one place and not scattered in different storage locations or communication channels and you have enabled co-authoring of the document by the project Team!