One of the fastest growing methods for communicating and collaborating is through online meetings. By eliminating the time and cost of travel, online meetings can potentially be much more effective than in-person meetings. Separating lengthy meetings into shorter sessions allows time to address issues in between. Also, digital information, files, documents, websites and more can be shared with the remote meeting participants. Record the meeting for future playback or share with people not able to attend the meeting. If you have Office 365, you owe it to yourself and your organization to learn how to use teams for online meetings. After all, you are already paying for the service. Many organizations will tell you that the online meeting feature itself is worth the entire Office 365 subscription fee. Attend this course to learn why.
Orientation to the Teams app meeting and call features. Initiating an online meeting with audio. Inviting and managing meeting participants. Deep dive review of the meetings toolbar. Recording meetings for playback in the Stream app. Scheduling online meetings via Outlook. Initiating online audio calls. Review the meetings device settings.
Anyone who has Office 365 or is considering it.
Apply the features of Teams to host online meetings to communicate and collaborate remotely. Use Teams features to record online meetings. Identify a plan for how to integrate online meetings into your communication processes.
John Higgins, CPA, CITP, is Strategic Technology Advisor, and co-founder of CPA Crossings, LLC, , which since 2001 has specialized in helping accounting, tax and financial professionals leverage technology to increase the quality and efficiency of their services. In 2017, John launched the company’s Office 365 Learning Center for CPAs which offers a curriculum of over 50 unique courses covering every aspect of Office 365.
John is a nationally recognized speaker on CPA technology, past chair of the Michigan Association of CPAs, former national consulting partner with BDO, LLP, and co-author of 10 Steps to a Digital Practice in the Cloud, published by the AICPA. He was awarded the Top 25 Thought Leader award by the CPA Practice Advisor (2011 – 2017), and the Michigan Association of CPAs Innovative User of Technology award, and is an AICPA Business & Industry CPA Hall of Fame inductee.
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