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10 Things You Need To Know About Microsoft Teams

Microsoft's new addition to Office 365 for team collaboration is stirring up several comparisons to Slack. Here are the key things you need to know about Microsoft Teams.

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The central feature of Microsoft Teams is a space for group chat, similar to Slack. Chat in Microsoft Teams is both "persistent" -- it's saved so you can go back and review it later -- and also "threaded," meaning that different branches can be broken off from the main conversation to minimize confusion. Directing messages to certain users will be accomplished using the "@" symbol as on Slack, Twitter and Facebook. By default, conversations are visible to the whole team, though private chat is an option as well.

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