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In this manual we will instruct you on how to invite members to your team using different methods. Please note that it is possible to invite both internal and external members at the same time.
Inviting an internal member
- Find the team that members will be invited to.
- Choose the 3 dots to the right of the Team name.
- Click Add member.
- Search for and choose the persons name from the list and then click on Add. If you wish to add more than one member at the same time, just keep typing in the names.
- When you have chosen your members you must give them rights and permissions. Click on them individually and choose: Owner or Member.
Remember that all students are also in our system. To be sure that you invite the right person, use the Umu-id or email address.
Inviting external members
There are two ways in which to invite external members. Alternative 1 is preferable.
- Choose the 3 dots to the right of the Team name and then choose Add member.
- Choose Add member. Write in the persons email address in the window and then choose Add. The person will automatically be added as a Guest.
- Choose the 3 dots to the right of the Team name.
- Choose ”Get link to team” > Send to the external person.
In this manual we will show you how to create a channel in Teams.
- Go in to the team you wish to create a channel in.
- Choose the 3 dots to the right of the name.
- Choose Add channel
Note that your Teams can look different, especially in colour and layout
- Choose a name and description for your channel. You can also choose if the channel should be available to all team members or only a few.
- Click on Add. You have now successfully added a channel to your team.
Create a good base structure
- What is the main reason for the team?
- What does the group need?
- Which channels will you have? ….to start with and why?
Choosing the correct rights and permissions
- Decide which rights and permissions each member will have with regards to channels, messages and tabs.
- Always create at least two (2) “owners” of a team.
- Discuss the proposed channels with members of your team.
- Create a clear and meaningful name.
- Describe the channel and what it shall be used for.
Communicate clearly within the team
- Use titles that have a clear meaning to make it easier to understand what they are about
- Use the @ to to notify a specific person. Otherwise the whole team will get the notification of your post.
- To answer a post click on “Answer” so that you do not start a whole new conversation. This way all the threads hang together as well.Click on the A at the bottom of the screen if you wish to change formatting of your post.
Moving Common Files
- Create a folder for respective files
- Upload shared files to the team and remove them from your existing folders so you don’t have multiple documents in multiple places
- Decide together that from a certain date ALL files will be put into Teams and nowhere else (to prevent multiple copies of documents)
- If you work a lot with specific files, synchronize your teams files in explorer. That way you can directly access them from your computer.
Notifications in Teams
- Set up your personal notifications for the entire application, how you want to be notified when someone sends a message to you, etc.
- Set up channel notifications for the teams/channels you are active in and want to know when someone has updated.
- Just as for physical meetings, it is a good idea to prepare an agenda for the meeting.
- If there are many participants in the meeting, a recommendation is to mute the microphone when you are not speaking. That way, you will avoid any disturbing background noise. When you need to speak, unmute your microphone. If there are only a few participants in the meeting, it will usually be a more active meeting if everyone has their microphones turned on the whole meeting.
- The meeting will also be more active if all participants have their cameras on. However, if someone has a slow internet connection it may be a good idea to only use the microphone.
- All participants can use the chat to share documents and links with each other during the meeting. When the meeting is over, the chat is saved, and you can go back to see what was written there.
- You can share an entire screen, a window, a PowerPoint file, or a Whiteboard with the meeting participants.
- Open Teams. You will find Teams as an app in your computer, or via att log in to Office 365 in your web browser. Log in with your Umu-id.
Log in to Office 365
- In the menu choose ”Teams”
- From the menu on the left hand side choose “Teams”
- To Join a team or create a team click on Join or create team (Bottom left hand corner)
Note that your teams can look a little different in colour and theme
- There are four different types of themes. If the goal is to create a workplace for a workgroup or project you can choose “Other”.
More information on the types of Teams
Once you have chosen your team type it is time to give your team a Name and a Description (you can change either or both afterwards). You can also choose if your new Team will be a Private team or a Public team. This team will be the center for your collaboration. In every team you can later create different channels for more detailed work.
Creating a channel in Teams (swedish)
- The last step in creating your team is to invite members. In the box you can write in the name of the person or people from within your organisation (one at a time). Once you have your list click on “Add”. You can then decide the rights and permissions for each member. owner or Private.
More on rights and permissions If you choose to invite external members to your team you must type in their email address. They will then receive an invitation with which they can join as a guest.
- Your team is now ready for you to work in.
- To download Matlab, login to your account at the MathWorks webpage http://se.mathworks.com
- Go to ‘My Account’
- Go to ‘Download Products’
- Choose the main option (Newest version)
- Select your platform
- Save the installer (for example matlab_R2015a_win64.exe)
- Run installer, Follow installation instructions
- When prompted to login, login with your MathWorks account
- Go to MathWorks homepage http://se.mathworks.com
- Create an account using your umu.se email address
- MathWorks will send you a verification email, click the link in the email to verify
- When you have clicked the email link you will be taken to a registration page at the MathWorks homepage. Fill in your details (UserID is optional and not nessecary for UmU).
Activation Key: 17012-57809-58605-43730-43770
On a normal day, the university receives a few million emails, most of which are stopped immediately because the server/address that sent the email has been classified as someone who sends spam. The remaining mail is then analyzed and approx. 10,000 are then classified as spam and stored in the user’s spam quarantine. About 5,000 are classified as phishing. In the end, about 82,000 emails get through.
Of the 10,000 e-mails that are classified as spam, there may be some of these that are correct e-mails but for some reason classified as spam. A likely cause is mail with only links and from mail domains that have not received high trust scores before (e.g. have sent spam or come from a new server).
How to use the filter
If you are missing any mail or want to verify what is in the quarantine go to the following link: security.microsoft.com/quarantine
Log in with your Umu ID and password.
You will then see a list of all the emails that are in quarantine.
Mail in quarantine will sit there 30 days before they are removed.
You can mark the mail(s) that are not spam and choose to “release” them and ‘whitelist’ the sender so that they do not get stuck in the SPAM filter again, or ‘blacklist’ them and these mails will never come into your inbox.
Initially, a mail will be sent every day if there are new messages in your quarantine.
When you publish your presentation text, profile picture or your own DiVA listings, it is important that you scroll back to the top of your profile page so you can see the Publish profile button. It is this button that publishes your changes, so use it!
Your profile page will not be published when you…
Once you’ve come a bit further down on your profile page, you will no longer see the Publish profile button but rather a gray bar with texts that say, Changes to be published, and a button that says Publish? Do not use this, because your changes will not be published, but will be set in the ready to be published mode. This publishing feature is available in Episerver and is used by editors who have editorial rights in Episerver.
What will happen if I “accidently” click Publish instead of Publish profile?
If you notice that your changes were not visible externally when you visit your profile page (without editing it), you can fix it by Edit profile followed by Publish Profile.