AirSend Teams make it easier for members to keep track of their channels and to keep information sorted by project or application.
A team includes channels and team members who belong to any number of channels in the team. Any user can create a team and include other AirSend members in it. The user who creates the team is the owner, and can add channels and members to the team.
Channels can only belong to one team. The team owner or manager may add a color to a team that appears in a half circle icon on its channels to help you identify them. Tabs for teams that you are a member of appear across the top of the AirSend screen.
Click a team tab to access the team's dashboard.
The team dashboard displays all of the team's channels, any announcements added by the team owner or team managers, statistics about the team, and a list of the channels that are public (that any member of the team may join).
If there are existing channels that you want in the team, you can add them to the team. You can also add new channels to the team or copy existing channels.
You must retype the name of the team into the field indicated to confirm that you want to attach the channel to the team, and then click Save.
The channel is now listed in the window:
When you close the Team Settings dialog box, the channel appears in the dashboard for the team.
Attaching a channel to a team does not automatically add members of the channel to the team.
Members outside the team continue to be able to access the channel through the All Channels tab, but do not see your team's tab unless you specifically add them as members.
Copying a channel to create a new channel is useful if you want a channel with the same settings as the original channel. The new channel will include the same files, actions, and wiki content as the original channel, and have the same background and logo if you have customized them.
A public team channel is a channel that any member of a team can join. This differs from an AirSend public channel, which is a channel that anyone with a link to the channel can join. Public team channels appear on the team's dashboard in a Public Team Channels box even for users who have not joined them. Public team channels that a user has joined also appear on the user's team dashboard
To make a team channel a public team channel:
Hover over the three dots to the right of a channel and choose Enable Public Team Channel.
Now the public team channel appears in the Public Team Channels list on the site dashboard. If the user is a member of the channel, it also appears separately on the dashboard.
If you are a member of a team, when you go to the team dashboard tab, its public team channels are listed in a box on the screen.
To join one a the public team channels:
When you create a team, you are automatically a member of the team and the owner. Next, you can add team members.
After you create a team, the tab for the team is automatically selected.
Also see the video in Managing Members, below
You can change team settings by clicking on the tab for the team, and then clicking Manage Team in the upper-right corner.
The Team Settings dialog box opens, and from there, click any of the setting titles in the navigation pane to change the associated settings.
This video shows you how:
Usage - Space used by team.
Team Name - To change the team name, enter it here.
Color Tags - Click a color to mark team channels with.
Announcements - Enter text to display as an announcement on the team dashboard.
|Public Team Channels||Lists each public team channel with a link that opens the channel.|
|Announcements||Displays announcements entered in Settings.|
The following video shows you how to add a member to a team, change a member's role, and remove a member from a team.