- What is the difference between a meeting link and a team?
Trying not to confuse you, anytime we are referring to Teams as a software, I will write it starting with a Capital letter. Anytime we are referring to a team within Teams, we will type it with lowercase.
A meeting link is simply created following the steps below in iLearn or through the Outlook Calendar invite. This is a simple link that can be shared with whoever needs access to the meeting. View the options for creating and using a meeting link below with step-by-step instructions.
A team is setup by the instructor in MS Teams where they have added all students to the team ahead of time. These teams are primarily accessible for TTU affiliated accounts, but you can setup a team to allow guests. View the step-by-step instructions for how to create a team.
Microsoft Teams is a cloud-based technology that can be used by faculty, staff, and students to interact with others using video, audio and screen sharing capabilities. MS Teams allows users to conduct virtual meetings, communicate via the chat function, and more.
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