Teams - Add channels and tabs Tutorial

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Discussion channels ensure organized
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and productive team conversations.
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By default, a new team will start
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with a single channel called General,
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but you can add as many as you want.
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Most channels are standard
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channels when created.
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If you need a smaller or specific
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audience for a particular topic,
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use a private channel or a shared
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channel if you wish to collaborate with
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people outside the team or organization.
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All channels are open to all
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members of a team, and all members
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can create discussion channels.
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To do this, click on the three
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dots next to the team's name,
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then select Add Channel.
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Give the channel a descriptive
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name and a brief description to
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help you understand the topic
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of the discussion channel.
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Then click Create.
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Your discussion channel is created and it
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has its own gallery of tools and services.
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These tools are called tabs in teams.
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Like channels, all team members
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can access and create these tabs.
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To add tabs,
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click on the plus sign.
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In the window that appears you will
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find several applications and services
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that you can add to your channel.
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For example, Office Tools,
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Task Planner, a SharePoint site,
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a OneNote module and other services
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according to the needs of your team.
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Let's now see how the creation
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of a tab works.
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Imagine you want to add a task lanner
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to track and manage your team's tasks.
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Name your tab and confirm the
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creation by clicking save.
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There you go.
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Your planner is at hand and ready to
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be used by all members of your team.

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