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As the folks who build Teams, we spend a lot of time learning about how you work and building a product to help.

So, in this new series, Here in Teams, we're going to share how we use Teams. And we won't just be sharing glory stories and great gifs (although there are plenty of great gifs) — we'll talk about where we got stuck, too, and how we got past it.

Hopefully, our experiences can help you find ways that Teams can complement your work.

Illustration of users in Teams

Different teams use Teams differently, but on the Teams team (say that five times fast), this is how we do it.

But keep in mind that, like a hammer or a computer chip, Teams is a tool. The way our team uses it to build Teams may not be the same way another team would use it to run a hospital or bank. It’s probably not even the same way another group of people would build great productivity software. And that's OK.

Different teams use Teams differently, but on the Teams team (say that five times fast), this is how we do it.

To read the next article in Here in Teams, about what teams are, go to What's a team? or, to see all of the articles, go to Here in Teams.

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