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  • Core Features

    • Chat is one of the central components of Microsoft Teams. More lightweight than email and well suited for a quick interaction, it can also easily lead into an audio or video call, or sharing...
    • When you're having a conversation in Teams, rich formatting, files, and other features are at your fingertips.  [[{"fid":"12765","view_mode":"wysiwyg","fields":{"format":"wysiwyg...
    • Teams can be created by Cornell faculty and staff. Students can be added or join and participate in teams, but can't create them. You can add a guest from outside Cornell. Teams and...
    • If you'd like the benefit of full-featured note-taking in a Microsoft Teams channel, you can add a OneNote notebook. Everyone in the channel will be able to view and make edits, or in the case of...
    • You can recognize someone in a Teams chat or channel for an achievement, leadership, being a problem solver or a team player, or several other categories. It's done using the Praise feature,...
    • Faculty and staff can use Workday to edit the way their name will appear in email messages and other campus systems.
    • Tasks by Planner and To Do provides collaborative, visual task management for teams. The service makes use of drag-and-drop organization of task cards that can have associated assignees...
    • Meeting organizers can create breakout rooms in a Microsoft Teams meeting. Breakout rooms let attendees separate into small groups during a meeting. The rooms can be opened and closed multiple...