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audio horrible (D minus), cannot clearly hear, diction is bad, cannot understand 40%.
get a better microphone., too much static and slurring (sort of). tech guys are really poor presenters.
It's all very interesting but w/o ability to open it as a pop up I would never recommend it to anyone.
This was helpful. Thanks
Can I use wiki in collaboration learning so I and my students can send and edit the content together ?
Sound track is distracting and too loud.
irriterande musik eller vad det är för "ljud"
great video, awesome narration, distracting music/beat in the background. Thank you
Fallen at the 1st hurdle, where’s the expand tab button on Teams? I think your PIP screen is blocking the view
Good info, but ANNOYING background pumping music.
8dvk_D6mkkc&t=4m25s 4:25 Do you if there's a way to disable the spell checker in the wiki? I have disabled it already under Settings → General, but that setting doesn't apply to the wiki editor. Is there a workaround for this?
I want to collaborate with my team in real time Groups of 3 -15.
Video is great...background music did my head in
How you colapsed the Teams menu sidebar ?
Is it possible to bock the edit mode for other users?
Teams is suppose to be intuitive by their marketing, but it's not. It's confusing. For example, this person is a trainer, so that implies it's not intuitive. Copy and paste is crap (doesn't work for images), its confusing, auto filling with new channel is horrible because it creates unwanted placeholders. I know what I want to do, but finding the stupid path created by programmer/committee is the worst. It's obvious this was designed by an "expert" because it structured like a programming project rather than being intuitive. There are much easier Wiki programs out there.
this is SO not helpful
Hi, This was a great video, thanks so much. I wanted to ask is there a way to get notified if someone edits a section within WIKI?