You can watch and like videos and subscribe to channels with a Google Account. But without a YouTube channel, you have no public presence on YouTube. Even if you have a Google Account, you need to create a YouTube channel to upload videos, comment, or make playlists.
Type the names of the people in your org you want to share the channel with and select them from the list. To share with people outside your org, type their email addresses, and select them from the list. Then select Share.
A team is designed to bring together a group of people who work closely to get things done. Teams can be dynamic for project-based work (for example, launching a product, creating a digital ship room), as well as ongoing, to reflect the internal structure of your organization (for example, departments and office locations). Conversations, files and notes across team channels are only visible to members of the team.
When Teams is activated for your entire organization, team owners can invite anyone at your organization they work with to join their team. Teams makes it easy for team owners to add people in the organization based on their name. Depending on your organization's settings people from outside of your organization can be added to your teams as guests or as external participants in shared channels. See Guest Access in Microsoft Teams for more information.
In addition, if moderation is set up, team owners and members can have moderator capabilities for a channel. Moderators can start new posts in the channel and control whether team members can reply to existing channel messages. Team owners can assign moderators within a channel. (Team owners have moderator capabilities by default.) Moderators within a channel can add or remove other moderators within that channel. For more information, see Set up and manage channel moderation in Microsoft Teams.
Team owners can manage team-wide settings directly in Teams. Settings include the ability to add a team picture, set permissions across team members for creating standard, private, and shared channels, adding tabs and connectors, @mentioning the entire team or channel, and the usage of GIFs, stickers, and memes.
If you are a Teams administrator in Microsoft 365, you have access to system-wide settings in the Teams admin center. These settings can impact the options and defaults team owners see under team settings. For example, you can enable a default channel, "General", for team-wide announcements, discussions, and resources, which will appear across all teams.
One key early planning activity to engage users with Teams is to help people think and understand how Teams can enhance collaboration in their day to day lives. Talk with people and help them select business scenarios where they are currently collaborating in fragmented ways. Bring them together in a channel with the relevant tabs that will help them get their work done. One of the most powerful use cases of Teams is any cross-organizational process.
When you create a new team or a private or shared channel in Teams, a team site in SharePoint gets automatically created. To edit the site description or classification for this team site, go to the corresponding channel's settings in Microsoft Teams.
By default, all members of a team can create channels. A standard channel is open for all members and anything posted is searchable by others. If you need a smaller audience for a specific project, you can create a private channel for your team. For more info, see Teams can have standard or private channels.
To create a standard channel, start in the team list. Find the team name, and then select More options > Add channel. You can also choose Manage team, and then add a channel in the Channels tab.
If you want a focused place to discuss sensitive information such as budgets, resourcing, strategic positioning, and so on, create a private channel for your team.Only owners or members of the private channel can access it. To understand who can view what in a private channel, see Private channels in Teams.
Keep in mind that once you delete a channel, you also lose its entire conversation history. However, the OneNote sections associated with that channel will still show up on your team's SharePoint site.
Transmembrane protein channels operate the collective information stored in sets of building constituents to achieve specific functional behaviours1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. The constitutional topography of the pores provides hydrophilic pathways for translocation of electrolytes involved in vital cellular processes, including ion transport across epithelia to electrical signal production in neurons. The questions as to how the electrolytes diffuse along the protein channels and through the selectivity filters have been previously answered. Electrostatic considerations have been shown to play an important effect in the selectivity of Gramicidin A (gA)1,2,3, Aquaporin4, KCsAK+ (ref. 5) and M2-Influenza A6,7,8 channels. Among these non-exclusive examples of protein channels the best characterized one is gA in which ions, protons and water molecules are envisioned to diffuse along a single-file column filling the pore. Water, an electrically dipolar molecule, can influence, by its dynamic alignment, ionic/proton conduction, ion-valence selectivity and the other properties of the gA channel1,2,3. The ability to encapsulate water clusters in artificial systems might offer possibilities to explore water behaviours very close to pore-confined biological water and exhibiting properties at the limits between solid and liquid states. Despite the impressive development of entrapping water clusters by complex superstructures, only few artificial systems have been used to selectively transport water efficiently through bilayer membranes10,11,12,13,14. Understanding the molecular-scale hydrodynamics of water and ions confined within simple artificial systems has crucial relevance for many biological events.
Here we show that a bola-amphiphile-triazole compound (TCT) undergoes self-assembly via multiple H-bonds to form stable pores in bilayers. Such self-assembled pores display diastereoisomeric chiral internal hypersurfaces on which oriented dipolar water-wire arrays can form. This system, which can be viewed as a primitive gA mimic, also presents ion/proton and water-channel conductance states in lipid bilayer membranes.
(a) Chemical formula of TCT. (b) Top and (c) side views in line and stick representation, respectively, of the T-channels; the water molecules are shown as (b) red dots and (c) the Van der Waals surface of the pore is shown as a blue surface. The latter was calculated by the HOLE programme, which was first applied to the Gramicidin pore9. Pore structures of (d) T-channel and (e) Gramicidine A (gA) at the same dimensional scale. The gA coordinates were taken from the literature2. Red ellipsoids (for TCT) or balls (for gA) designate oxygen atoms, blue for nitrogen, grey for carbon and white for hydrogen.
In conclusion, T-channels provide a remarkable combination of functions very close to natural gA: water permeability, proton conductance via inner water wires, cation/anion selectivity and single-channel conductance. The single files of water acting as lubricant between the internal surface of T-channel and diffusing ions, imposes a net dipolar water orientation that influence the conduction of ions envisioned to diffuse along the dipolar hydrophilic wires. Such correlation between two simple dissymmetric properties, that is, the chiral inner pore superstructure34,35,36 and oriented dipolar water wires, might contribute to conceive novel strategies for artificial ion diffusion processes. Conversely, the molecular-scale hydrodynamics of water and ionic species within such simple artificial channels could be of crucial relevance for other biological scenarios.
I recommend creating a new, dedicated account specifically for your YouTube channel. This way, you can share it with multiple people. This also limits any security issues tied to your personal account.
Once you create a YouTube channel and have your videos up and running, your next step is to get the word out there. After you build your channel, read our article all about how to promote your YouTube channel to get the word out, and the views up.
To access your channels, hover over your profile picture in the top right corner and choose Collections. Your channels will be listed there along with any other collections you have created.
Toward the realization of nanoscale device control, we report a molecular valve embedded in a membrane that can be opened by illumination with long-wavelength ultraviolet (366 nanometers) light and then resealed by visible irradiation. The valve consists of a channel protein, the mechanosensitive channel of large conductance (MscL) from Escherichia coli, modified by attachment of synthetic compounds that undergo light-induced charge separation to reversibly open and close a 3-nanometer pore. The system is compatible with a classical encapsulation system, the liposome, and external photochemical control over transport through the channel is achieved.
This example shows how to create a new channel to collect analyzed data. You read data from the public ThingSpeak channel 12397 - Weather Station, and write it into your new channel. To learn how to post data to a channel from devices, see see Write Data to Channel and the API Reference.
In the next example, Analyze Your Data, you use the temperature and humidity data from the public WeatherStation channel to calculate the dew point data. Then you can write the temperature, humidity, and calculated dew point data to Fields 1, 2 and 3, respectively, of your Dew Point Measurement channel. For advanced weather analysis with MATLAB and ThingSpeak, see Arduino Weather Station Data Analysis on MakerZone. 041b061a72