What is Microsoft Teams?

Summary

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.

  • Meetings - See everything you’ve got lined up for the day or week. Or, schedule a meeting. This calendar syncs with your Outlook calendar.

  • Calls - In some cases, if your organization has it set up, you can call anyone from Teams, even if they’re not using Teams.

  • Activity - Catch up on all your unread messages, @mentions, replies, and more.

Launch Microsoft Teams (Web Version)

Get the app you want

Available To

This service is available to all active students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

Benefits & Key Features

Note: Each Team you create should have at least 2 owners

Get Help

If you need additional assistance with Microsoft Teams, please review related articles, or submit a ticket to the Help Center.

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Microsoft Team Support

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Reference Page Entry

Microsoft. (2020). Welcome to Microsoft Teams. Retrieved May 14, 2020, from https://support.office.com/en-us/article/welcome-to-microsoft-teams-b98d533f-118e-4bae-bf44-3df2470c2b12