We often co-host our monthly webinars with a partner. This month’s webinar for example: The Technology Roadmap in partnership with 2Go Advisory Group included participants from two companies.
The collaboration features in MS Team’s including, document editing, group messaging and Web meeting were invaluable to facilitating collaboration as we created the presentation and developed our promotion and follow up strategy.
Getting guest users setup can be a little esoteric but, once you learn how, the task is not super difficult. I thought it’d make for a great tip.
A quick note first. This tip is not about inviting a guest to join a Team’s meeting. My colleague, Samuel Hatton wrote a great “how to” post on that topic. Click here to read that article.
YouTube Video: How to Invite Guests to Microsoft Teams
Video Length: A little over 6 mins.
A little extra help for your guests
I’ve found that joining a Team as a guest can be a little frustrating. Particularly when Teams is not your preferred collaboration tool.
Here is a quick video to send to a guest after inviting them. It helps to walk them through the required steps to join your team.
YouTube Video: How to join a team as a guest in Microsoft Teams
(Less than 2 minuets)
When you create a Microsoft account, you can use any email address as the user name, including addresses from Outlook.com, Yahoo! or Gmail. For a more detail here is a link to a helpful Microsoft support page on setting up an account.
Join us for our Webinar: “The Technology Roadmap”
To fulfill your organizational vision, thinking in silos doesn’t work. Bringing your CIO and CFO together to address long and short-term IT planning does!
The 2GO Advisory Group’s Marc Loupe, a partner with CFOs2GO, Michaele James, the Managing partner of CIOs2GO, and Endsight’s Jason Clause, offer real-life examples to help guide us on this journey of collaboration.