Microsoft Teams is the leader in the growing realm of business collaboration apps. EventBuilder's suite of webinar tools offers full integration with both Teams and Teams Live Event.
At EventBuilder we've embraced Microsoft Teams as our go-to collaboration platform, and are finding it to be a powerful and useful program that works seamlessly not only with our software suite but as the main communication tool for our all-virtual office.
Microsoft Teams is a communications platform for teamwork that integrates with Office 365 and some non-Microsoft products (called 'apps'). Teams enhances productivity by providing a single location for users to communicate through chat, meetings, calls, and file sharing.
Microsoft recently added a feature called Teams Live Event that provides some standard structure used in a traditional webinar environment. Examples of Teams Live Event features that would support “webinars” are options for Q&A, designating roles such as Organizer, Producer, or Presenter, as well as the option to create and archive (on-demand) recording.
It is important to note, though, that registration and other full-feature access for external webinar attendees are not currently available with the Teams Live Events feature. (That's where we come into the picture.)
While the EventBuilder Suite is fully integrated with Microsoft Teams. we also continue to work on improving the functionality of EventBuilder's integration with the Teams platform.
Here are three principles you can count on that guide how we think:
We’re an all-virtual company, which means we're always on Microsoft Teams. Some of our favorite Teams features include: