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Microsoft Team is an incredibly useful app, but it can be hard to adapt to as well. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide to help you get started with the app. Now that we’ve gone over the basics of Microsoft Teams, let’s talk about setting up your account and getting you started on your Microsoft Teams journey.
We hear a lot from teams searching for the best solution to their timezone woes. With more teams working remotely more than ever, getting each & every member to fill in their check-ins at an optimal time for manager review is becoming increasingly important. So how do you configure ScrumGenius to handle time gaps? Here’s how to get the most out of our platform with distributed teams.
Microsoft Team is an incredibly useful app, and it has a ton of customizable features to help it work for every team. But all of its extra functionality can make Microsoft Teams hard to adapt to as well. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide to help you get started with the app. First, let's get you introduced to the fundamentals of Microsoft Teams.
Transitioning to remote work can be tough, especially when you’re used to a traditional office setup. Navigating office communication tools can be even more confusing, but they can be incredibly helpful to boost your productivity. Here are our top nine tips to get the most out of Microsoft Teams when working from home.
Due to COVID-19, working from home has become a necessity. Though remote work can increase productivity and happiness, the rapid adoption of WFH policies have blurred the boundaries between work and personal life. That's why we at ScrumGenius are introducing a new feature — private reports — to help team leads monitor their team's physical and mental health.