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If you plan to use Teams for work or school in Windows 11, you can connect and collaborate by downloading and installing Microsoft Teams (work or school). This applies if you use either of the following accounts:

  • Work account (usually assigned by an IT admin as a part of an organization with a license to use Teams)

  • School account (as part of a school or educational institution)

If you are planning to use Teams free or if you were a guest in an org, you can connect and collaborate by downloading and installing another version of Microsoft Teams (work or school) and signing in with your Microsoft account or the guest account where the invite was sent to.

How do I know which version of Teams I'm using?

There are a few ways to help you identify which version of Teams you're using.

Label

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams (work or school)

Taskbar icon

Microsoft Teams taskbar button Microsoft Teams taskbar button

Apps

Application bar in Microsoft Teams Application bar in Microsoft Teams for work or school

Version number

The version number will start with a two, e.g. "2.4.00.12345".

To check which version of Teams you are using:

  1. Open Microsoft Teams.

  2. Select Settings and more  More options button.

  3. Select Settings  Settings button.

  4. Select About Teams.
     

The version number will start with a one, e.g. "1.4.00.12345".

To check which version of Teams you are using:

  1. Select Settings and more  More options button.

  2. Select About.

  3. Select Version.

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For more help, contact support or ask a question in the Microsoft Teams Community.

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