Sign in to Teams

Notes: Teams is a part of Microsoft 365, so you need a Microsoft 365 Apps for business or Enterprise license to use it. For details, see How do I get access to Microsoft Teams?. Depending on your org's requirements, you might be asked for additional verification, such as a code from a mobile device, when you sign in.
Applies To: Microsoft Teams

Welcome to Microsoft Teams free - Office 365

Five things to do first with your Teams free org. Getting started with meetings in Teams free. Differences between Teams and Teams free. Teams free members and guests. I'd like to sign up for Teams free, but I can't. Why? Support and privacy. Teams free support and privacy statement. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Teams free
Applies To: Office for business, Microsoft Teams

What's new in Microsoft Teams

Schedule a Teams meeting from any device. Thanks to the new Outlook add-in you can book a Teams meeting from any Mac, PC, Android, or iOS device. Check out how to set up the Outlook add-in on your device on our admin help page. Teams goes Chrome. Now you can get meeting video on the Teams web app in Chrome!
Applies To: Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Teams for Education

Collaborating with Teams, SharePoint, and OneDrive ...

Teams. Team. Project-oriented teams to have a conversation, work together in files, call, and meet right where the work is happening. Teams can be public (open to anyone in your organization) or private (managed membership). Communicate in real time with teammates in a chat-based environment and in online meetings. SharePoint . Team, group ...
Applies To: SharePoint Online, Office for business, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive for Business

How do I get access to Microsoft Teams?

Microsoft Teams is available in all Office 365 A1 suite licensing: Office 365 A1, Office 365 A1 Plus, and Office 365 A5, as well as existing Office 365 A3 customers who purchased E3 prior to its retirement.
Applies To: Microsoft Teams

Start a chat in Teams

Teams will save the whole chat history, all the way back to the first message. And if someone leaves the group, their chat responses are still there in your chat history.. See who's in a group chat. To see who’s in a group chat, hover over the number of participants in the chat header to show a list of everyone’s names.
Applies To: Microsoft Teams

Create a poll in Microsoft Teams

Go to the Teams channel or chat window in which you want to include a quick poll. At the bottom of your Teams app, click Forms. Note: If you don't see the Forms icon, click Messaging extensions, and then select Forms. Add your question and options, and then click Next.
Applies To: Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Teams

Manage notifications in Teams

There are multiple ways to access and manage notifications. To further customize your notification settings, select your profile picture at the top, right corner of Teams, then select Settings > Notifications. From there you can fine-tune what notifications you receive and where those notifications show up.
Applies To: Microsoft Teams

Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Teams

Many users find that using an external keyboard with keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Teams on Windows helps them work more efficiently. For users with mobility or vision disabilities, keyboard shortcuts can be easier than using the touchscreen and are an essential alternative to using a mouse.
Applies To: Microsoft Teams

Find and join a team

Request to join. To join a specific team, select Teams > Join or create a team at the bottom of the teams list. Type a specific team name in the search box at the top right and press Enter. Find the team you're looking for and select Join team.. You can immediately join a public team, but will have to request to join a private team and wait for the owner's approval to access the team and its ...
Applies To: Microsoft Teams
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