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We use the solution for group meetings.
We use Teams for internal communication - chats, calls, meetings
We use this solution for all the meetings that we used to have on premise. In the current situation, Teams is a good alternative. We are customers of Microsoft and I am chief specialist of MMS.
We use the solution for remote meetings.
I primarily use the solution for office meetings.
Microsoft Teams is used, in our case, to collaborate with all internal employees, to work on offering some proposals, and to work together online on files in Word and Excel. We largely use it to collaborate online and to have video meetings with customers. We can integrate SharePoint sites with other people. We have libraries that are available within Teams so that people can sync those libraries to their local drives and therefore will have the most up to date information and documents at their disposal.
We use this solution both for our internal team as well as with our customers and suppliers who participate in some meetings. We are a corporate partner of Microsoft and have an integrated package with all the licenses from Microsoft. It includes the majority of products such as Office 365, SharePoint, and Azure. I'm the senior project manager, IT services.
We using Teams for internal and external communication. It is for one-on-one chats as well as group discussions.
Our company is moving from their Skype for Business to Teams. So I've seen it, I've looked at it, I've used it somewhat enjoyed the UI. Teams has been very friendly. I have no qualms about going to Teams from Skype. I have yet a lot to discover.
We use Teams for customer team meetings and partner team meetings. We also use it for internal communication.
We use it for team meetings. We're still in the process of evaluating the solution, however.
The primary use case of this solution is as a collaboration platform. We use it extensively for online meetings, chat, creating specific team related sites, and sharing content between the team members.
We primarily use the solution for video conferencing and meetings.
Primarily we are using Microsoft Teams to facilitate collaboration during events and meetings. All of our meetings are voice and video. We are also using it for document sharing. We use a file folder structure for maintaining all of our documents. There are version controls for projects that are completed and help to maintain the documentation.
The primary use case of this solution is for collaboration with your calendar and sharing information with SharePoint.
We primarily use the solution for team conversations. For example, I use it for filing team documents, although, for individual notes and things of that nature, I might use OneNote. I'm using it more and more now for video conferencing within the organization. I haven't really used it too much outside of the organization, although my plan is to use it outside of the company in the near future. Began using for team documents and plans. Teams provides a strong capability to consolidate all collaborative capabilities related to a team in one platform. This is especially important for project teams where the team members are spread across geographic locations and time zones. Incorporates improve and new collaborative tools such as Lists, Plans, Tasks into the tool that integrate into Outlook for notification and response to the assignements. These capabilities are truly game changing in project management and delivery in the COVID-19 world
We are using this solution for video conferencing. We do calls for meetings. We use it for the calendar, the planner, scheduling events, messages for the events, and we can use it for poll voting for certain activities, as well as distributing tasks.
Our use case is mostly for screen sharing and video conferences. I'm a solutions architect/systems engineer and we're a customer of Microsoft.
The primary use case is for meetings, especially since everyone is working from home now.
The primary use case of this solution is for communications.
We're partners with Microsoft and I'm a senior solutions manager.
Our primary use case of Teams is for meetings, but we also use it for document management and chatting, things like that.
We mainly use Microsoft Teams for our project teams, and of course also for remote virtual meetings. We mainly use it internally but also for external communication when we have remote meetings. We're customers and I'm the CEO of our company.
We're a tech services company and have numerous use cases for this solution, whether it be for meetings and chat, for collaborations, sharing files, document libraries, collaborating on Word documents and Excel. We use the solution every day, almost as much as we use email. We're partners with Microsoft and I'm the company delivery practice director.
* Collaboration * Meetings * Voice, video calls, and chats
We use it for all communication between product development, product management, technical support, field teams, and other stakeholders. It is our primary vehicle for all communications. We have used it extensively to share content, such as spreadsheets, docs, PowerPoints, and other product related materials, for R&D and internal teams (e.g., the technical and field teams) as well as customer-facing documentation. With the recent COVID-19 forcing all our team members to work remotely, this solution has been an invaluable resource where we can easily set up virtual meetings (with or without video conferencing).
We primarily use the solution for projects in our company.
Our company is small, with only six people. I work out of my home, and one of my colleagues does as well. The two of us used this solution for instant messaging and bits and pieces like that. We didn't actually use the full service because we're not a big company. We don't have an instant messaging infrastructure, so we use Teams instead. My other colleagues did not use it because they are mobile and do not sit at a desk during the day. We stopped using it because my coworker is on maternity leave and will be off for another year. However, when she returns, we will probably go back to using Teams.
We are training an education company, so we primarily use the solution for this. We use it as a business communication tool among team members.
We use Teams for onboarding. It helps with worker coordination.
We primarily use the solution for communication within our function teams. We use it for project organization, etc.
We are primarily using the product for collaboration and planning. We create tasks in the Planner, we can track the status of all the different tasks we have created and we can share the progress we achieve on these tasks between coworkers. It helps us measure progress and to collaborate.
I think we're use Microsoft Teams for almost everything when it comes to communications. When I call my colleagues, I no longer using the phone. Because I use Teams so much, I picked up the phone the other day and it was strange — It was like it was the first time I picked up the phone. I use Teams as a phone. Even on my smartphone, I call people using Teams. We're using Teams to call people to set meetings, record meetings, share documents — all communication now goes through Teams. We create groups to share our documents and update them live. It is really very practical and collaborative.
We mainly use this solution for project collaboration. It could be, for example, when we are developing a new product or taking a new product to market. We use it for designing, publishing and marketing assets, so basically team collaboration where we are working on a project. It helps with communication in the team and it allows us to share different documents or content with each other.
Which would you choose and why?