This KB Article provides an overview for collaborating, chatting, and meeting using Microsoft Teams.
In Microsoft Teams, teams are groups of people brought together for work, projects, or common interests.
Teams are made up of channels. Each channel is built around a topic, like “Team Events,” a department name, or just for fun. Channels are where you hold meetings, have conversations, and work on files together.
The tabs at the top of each channel link to your favorite files, apps, and services.
With chat, you can have private one-on-one or group conversations that are not in the public team channel.
View, schedule, and manage appointments and meetings in Microsoft Teams to keep your team on track.
As a team owner, you can add new members and guests, change members into owners, manage channels and settings, and archive a team that's no longer in use.