Welcome to the Microsoft Teams Community Blog. This is a space dedicated to community contributors sharing thoughts, experiences, and knowledge around Microsoft Teams. Community is a pretty amazing thing to be a part of. Here, you have the opportunity to collaborate with some extremely smart people who are passionate about learning, passionate about sharing, and passionate about Microsoft Teams.
One of the greatest things about this space is being able to hear different perspectives and experiences from people all around the globe. As I read through the Tech Community discussion boards about the different ways you're using Teams, I've learned so much. Several times, I've reached out to individuals to better understand their use-case and other times discussions between some of you introduce a completely new scenario that gets our team thinking about features to assist you in the work you're doing. I hope this new blog space is a place where many of you will expand on the way you're using Teams. I hope you'll use it as a way to share how you solved complex problems with others, and I hope those of you reading will learn something by hearing from other community members.
Microsoft Teams has seen tremendous growth of the last 3 years, and, certainly over the past few months as so many people move to a virtual work or classroom environment. It has been wonderful seeing the outpouring of Tech Community members responding to questions from those using the technology for the first time or from admins rolling out Teams to a broad set of users. Microsoft Teams values our community members and the wealth of experiences so many of you have been willing to share. Don't underestimate the importance of sharing a tip or a trick in the discussion boards. Many times the thing we think everyone knows is the answer someone else needed at just the right time. I urge you to use the discussion boards to proactively share the new and different things you are using Teams for.
If you're interested in being a community guest blogger, we'd sure love to have you. Let us know what you want to share by going to the form here: https://aka.ms/teamscommunityblogger. In the meantime, happy reading. Comment, discuss, and keep the conversations going. We are all so much better, together.