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File Storage & Collaboration
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Keywords: Office 365, Teams, File Storage, Sharing, Collaboration
IT Service Division: Operations
Teams Sites are a feature of Microsoft Teams part of the University’s Office 365 suite of applications. The feature can be used by University Staff to setup an area within Teams for collaboration on activities such as projects. Teams sites have an isolated attached SharePoint site for file storage and have add-ins such as Planner to help manage a groups activity.
Teams Sites are intended for use as temporary areas of collaboration used to achieve a specific goal or goals. If unused for predefined period then the sites (including its files, messages and other content) will automatically be deleted.
Like both SharePoint and OneDrive, the University’s Team sites are governed by their own dedicated usage policy, found in the IT Policies section of this website.
Example support requests for this service:
• How do I setup a Teams site?
• How do I add users to access a Teams site?
• As the administrator of a Team’s site I’ve finished using, please can I request that it is deleted?
• Our Teams site has disappeared, why is this?