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==Click upon '''Teams'''==
 
==Click upon '''Teams'''==
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Now that you've logged into Teams, you will need to click the Teams menu button along the left hand side of the tool (not to be confused with the software named Teams). Your various class Teams sites will appear here in squares labelled with the course code.
 
Now that you've logged into Teams, you will need to click the Teams menu button along the left hand side of the tool (not to be confused with the software named Teams). Your various class Teams sites will appear here in squares labelled with the course code.
  
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==Click on '''Add Member'''==
 
==Click on '''Add Member'''==
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Click on the '''ellipsis (...)''' beside the name of the Team on the left hand side and in the dropdown menu that opens select '''Add Member'''.
 
Click on the '''ellipsis (...)''' beside the name of the Team on the left hand side and in the dropdown menu that opens select '''Add Member'''.
  
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==Click on '''Manage Team'''==
 
==Click on '''Manage Team'''==
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To confirm the addition of your new member click again on the '''ellipsis (...)''' beside the name of the Team on the left hand side and then select '''Manage Team'''.
 
To confirm the addition of your new member click again on the '''ellipsis (...)''' beside the name of the Team on the left hand side and then select '''Manage Team'''.
  
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Latest revision as of 17:49, 6 August 2021

Please note that TAs are not included in the student roster and will need to be added manually to your Teams site.

Log into Teams

More information is available in the Where is Teams? page.

Click upon Teams

New Teams Icon.png

Now that you've logged into Teams, you will need to click the Teams menu button along the left hand side of the tool (not to be confused with the software named Teams). Your various class Teams sites will appear here in squares labelled with the course code.

Click on the Team

Click on the team.png

Click on the Team that you want to add a member to.

Click on Add Member

General Channel Add a Member.png

Click on the ellipsis (...) beside the name of the Team on the left hand side and in the dropdown menu that opens select Add Member.

Click on either the Student or Teacher tab

Click on Teacher tab.png

If you want to add a TA to your Teams site click on the Teacher tab.

Click on Student tab.png

If you want to add a student to your Teams site click on the Student tab. Note: if you have provisioned the Teams site through the Self-Service Request Tool your roster of students will already be attached to your site.

Search for the Name or Email of the Member you want to add

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Type in the name or email of your TA into the search bar and select Add. Note: If you are adding a TA remember to use their staff email.

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Type in the name or email of the student into the search bar and select Add.

Click on Manage Team

Manage Team.png

To confirm the addition of your new member click again on the ellipsis (...) beside the name of the Team on the left hand side and then select Manage Team.

Confirm the Addition of your new Member

Confirm the Addition of your new TA Member.png

If you have added a TA to your site, under the Members tab you will see the TA listed as an Owner of the site.


Confirm the addition of a Student Member.png

If you have added a student to your site, under the Members tab and then the Members and Guests subsection you will see the student listed as a Member of the site.

More questions about Teams?