Welcome to Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration app that helps your team stay organized and have conversations—all in one place. Here's a quick look at the left hand side of Teams. Teams - Find channels to belong to or create your own. Inside channels you can hold on-the-spot meetings, have conversations, and share files.

Microsoft Teams help & learning - Microsoft Support
Microsoft Teams training. See the basics or explore more with these training courses. EXPLORE TRAINING. Here in Teams. Guidance from the people who design and build Teams. START NOW. What's new. Stay on top of the latest Teams features. LEARN MORE. Tips for Teams. Discover tips to work smarter. See them in our Tips app.

Meetings in Teams
Meetings in Teams include audio, video, and screen sharing. They're one of the key ways to collaborate in Teams. And you don’t need to be a member of an organization (or even have a Teams account!) to join a Teams meeting—just look in the invitation for instructions about calling in.

Join a meeting in Teams
Join Teams meetings anytime, anywhere, from any device. Teams meetings are best when you join them from the Teams app or Teams on the web, and there's a bunch of ways to do that—read on for details about joining by link, from your calendar, and more. If you can't use the app or the web, some meetings let you call in using a phone number.

Use Teams on the web
Find the Teams web app at https://teams.microsoft.com. To use Teams, you need a Microsoft 365 account with a Business or Enterprise Microsoft 365 license plan. For more information, see How do I get access to Microsoft Teams? Supported browsers. Internet Explorer 11. Microsoft Edge. The latest version of Chrome. The latest version of Firefox

Sign in to Teams
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.

Schedule a meeting in Teams
Teams lets you invite people outside your organization, including those who don't have a Teams license. You'll need their full email address to invite them. Go to where it says Add required attendees. If anyone is an optional attendee, select Optional instead.

Six things to know about chat in Microsoft Teams - Office ...
Chat is at the center of whatever you do in Teams. From individual chats with just one other person to group chats and conversations in channels—chat has you covered. Here are the top six things to know about chat: 1. Chats can be one-on-one or in a group. Sometimes you’ll want to talk one-on-one with someone.

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.

Zoom in and out of Teams
Use your keyboard or mouse to make the Teams interface bigger or smaller, using the same familiar controls you might already be using with your browser. Action. Windows. Mac. Zoom in. Ctrl+= or. Ctrl+(rotate mouse wheel up) Command+= or. Command+(rotate mouse wheel up) Zoom out. Ctrl+-or.

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