COMMUNICATING WITH OTHER ACCIS MEMBERS (DRAFT)
Microsoft Teams facilitates communications between ACCIS members
Important Tip: Whenever you're invited to click on a link to ACCIS' Microsoft Teams, please right-click and select the option to open in an InPrivate/Incognito browser window. When prompted, use your ACCIS member credentials (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org). Performing these steps will avoid conflicts with existing Office 365 credentials.
Q: How do I ask a question of the members?
There are two options:
If you prefer the "classic email listserv" method, you can send an email to:
(NOTE: will also work if this goes into production)
If you'd like to work directly within Microsoft Teams, you can post your question in the 'AskACCIS' channel: https://bit.ly/2Zkv1o2
In either case, your question will appear in the 'AskACCIS' channel of Microsoft Teams AND all members in good standing will receive an email notifying them of your new post.
Q: How do I respond to a question from one of the members?
Again, there are two options:
When you receive a "new post" email message, you can reply directly to the message.
(NOTE: "Replies" are NOT automatically (re)emailed to the ACCIS members. Replies can only be seen within Microsoft Teams)
You can reply to the post directly within Microsoft Teams: https://bit.ly/2Zkv1o2
(This is the recommended method of participation)
Q: How does all of this work behind the scenes?
Here is a flow diagram: