In Microsoft Teams, teams are groups of people brought together for work, projects, or common interests. Teams are made up of two types of channels -- standard (available and visible to everyone) and private (focused, private conversations with a specific audience).
Each channel is built around a topic like "Team Events," a department name, or just for fun. Channels are where you hold meetings, have conversations, and work on files together.
Find a space in your home where you can concentrate. If you're somewhere with background distractions, use background blur in Microsoft Teams to keep teammates focused.
Your rhythm with online work from home might look different than it does in the office. For example, you may be balancing work and childcare at the same time. Communicate your schedule to your coworkers so that they know when to reach out to you. Without the normal workday signals, like a commute, it can be harder to unplug. Make sure to take breaks, stay hydrated, and give yourself opportunities to "clock out" from remote work at the end of the day.