When you work on a case study, you can spend a lot of time tracking down documents and the right people to provide input and approval. You need one place where you can store and share documents, work with team members, and get feedback and sign-off from experts.
With Microsoft Teams, you and your team can upload existing documents so they’re available to everyone. Every file you upload is automatically saved to SharePoint, so you can coauthor the case study in real time and manage version control.
If you want to take notes for your case study, use OneNote, a digital notebook integrated in Teams. You can easily create diagrams or take notes, which can be automatically converted to text using Optical Character Recognition. It’s also a great way to track meetings and input.
Add internal experts to your Teams channel and start a conversation to get input and advice. When you’re ready to get approval, use @mentions to let stakeholders know their attention is needed, or hop on a video or audio call to discuss last-minute changes.
Since all files uploaded to Teams are automatically saved to SharePoint, you can easily share a link to distribute the final case study.
Upload information to a single, secure location for team access.
Coauthor case studies in real time.
Store project notes and references in a central notebook.