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Apps and services - Microsoft Support
Apps Use apps in tabs in channels and chats Insert app content into a message Chat with a bot Use apps in meetings Get app notifications in a channel Use apps with a personal view. Workflows Browse and add workflows Add or run a workflow from a message
Applies To: Microsoft Teams
Get help with the Polls app for Microsoft Teams
The Polls app, powered by Microsoft Forms, is a more discoverable way for everyone in your organization to add polls to your Teams meetings. Since November 2020, you had to add a tab—the Forms app—to your meeting to use polls in Teams meetings. Now you'll add a new app called Polls as an option for your meeting tab. The experience of ...
What is Smart App Control? - Microsoft Support
If the app is believed to be malicious or potentially unwanted, then Smart App Control will block it. If the security service is unable to make a confident prediction about the app, then Smart App Control checks to see if the app has a valid signature. If the app has a valid signature, Smart App Control will let it run.
How to use the Microsoft Authenticator app - Microsoft Support
Select Add a new way to sign in or verify and choose Use an app. If you’ve already installed the app, select Next to display a QR code appear on the screen. In the authenticator app, select [three dots] then + Add account .
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
Install, manage, or uninstall apps in Microsoft Edge
Uninstall an app in Microsoft Edge. Open Microsoft Edge and go to edge://apps. Select Details on the card of the application you wish to uninstall. Scroll down and choose Uninstall. Confirm if you also want to clear data from the associated origin and select Remove.
Applies To: Microsoft Edge
Windows background apps and your privacy - Microsoft Support
Control whether an app can run in the background. Select Start , then select Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Scroll to the desired app, select More options on the right edge of the window, then select Advanced options. In the Background apps permissions section, under Let this app run in the background, select one of the following options:
Choose language settings for your keyboard, websites, and apps
Select Start > Settings > Time & language > Language & region. Under Preferred languages, select the language that contains the keyboard you want, and then select Options. Select Add a keyboard and choose the keyboard you want to add. If you don't see the keyboard you want, you may have to add a new language to get additional options.
Pin apps and folders to the desktop or taskbar
Select Start , select the arrow next to All apps, right-click the app, then select More > Pin to taskbar. If the app is already open on the desktop, press and hold (or right click) the app's taskbar icon, and then select Pin to taskbar. Note: To remove a pinned app from the taskbar, right-click the app icon, then select Unpin from taskbar.
Use the web version of Outlook like a desktop app
Use Outlook in the new Microsoft Edge. In Microsoft Edge, sign in to your Outlook on the web or Outlook.com account. Select Settings and more at the top of the window. Select Apps > Install this site as an app.
Applies To: Outlook Web App for Office 365, Outlook Web App for Office 365 Small Business, Outlook on the web, Outlook.com, Outlook on the web for Exchange Server 2019
Calibrate your HDR display using the Windows HDR Calibration app
Here are the requirements to use the Windows HDR Calibration app: Windows operating system: Windows 11. Display: An HDR-capable display (built-in or external display) HDR: Turned on. To turn on HDR, select the Start button, then select Settings > System > Display > Use HDR. App mode: The app must be running full screen.