Teams for Nonprofits – Collaboration Tools
With COVID-19 continuing to impact people and countries around the world, organisations everywhere are moving to remote work. We’re seeing the impacts of this changing work environment particularly with nonprofit and international organisations like the United Nations who are on the frontlines providing critical support to their local communities. It is critical for the lifeblood of nonprofits—employees and volunteers—to be connected seamlessly.
Microsoft Teams is a unified communication and collaboration platform that combines workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and can help employees and volunteers stay connected. Teams is a part of Office 365. If your nonprofit organisation is licensed for Office 365, you already have it.
The Microsoft Digital Skills Center for Nonprofits combines great skill-building content from subject matter experts at Microsoft with TechSoup’s deep understanding of how nonprofits use technology. In the “Teams for Nonprofits – Collaboration Tools” track, you’ll get access to a free Getting Started course, an advanced course and a special Ask the Expert session:
- Teams 101 – Getting Started
- Teams 201 – Using Advanced Functions
- Ask the Expert – Using Teams
This track normally costs $70, but is available for FREE to help nonprofit staff that are working remotely.