SharePoint in Teams: I can see a button in my Microsoft Team to open teams in SharePoint. Does this mean if I start a video call/meeting in the team attendees can then see documents in SharePoint?

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SharePoint in Teams: I can see a button in my Microsoft Team to open teams in SharePoint. Does this mean if I start a video call/meeting in the team attendees can then see documents in SharePoint?
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<div class="wmd-content"> Answer: No, the option to open the Team in SharePoint is specific SharePoint storage for that team only and is not linked to our main SharePoint services such as MyDepartment and School Sites. Essentially a version of SharePoint's internal architecture underpins the workings of each Microsoft Team, but that is distinct from the university's SharePoint services. If you want to link your existing SharePoint library within your team then please follow the instructions <a href="http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/remoteworking/microsoft-teams/top-teams-tips-for-teaching/connecting-your-sharepoint-sites-to-teams/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">on this page</a> at the remote working contingency site (link will open on a new tab). </div>
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July 10, 2020 @ 11:52:32 Fiona MacNeill

I have been working in the Educational Technology field within Higher Education for eleven years. A big part of my job is finding new and innovative ways of integrating technology into current teaching and learning methodology. This can include assisting academic staff with Virtual Learning Environments/Learning Management Systems (Blackboard), implementing specific software packages, maximising current technologies and championing new ones. I find this profession both riveting and rewarding. I really enjoy life on the cutting edge, but I also enjoy being able to help staff achieve small and meaningful efficiencies; sometimes that makes all the difference.

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