Microsoft Teams is a workspace designed for group collaboration and communication for faculty and staff.

This tool makes communicating one-on-one and with groups easy! Enjoy seamless real-time collaboration, host an audio conference, schedule small group or team meetings, create a team to collaborate on shared projects, and see past content and chat history anytime.

Team can be used online (portal.office.com), on a Linux, PC, or Mac desktop, as well as on iOS and Android devices without connecting to the VPN.

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Meetings in Teams

Learn how to create meeting invitations in Microsoft Teams, as well as features as screen sharing, how to change your background and more!

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Accessing Microsoft Teams - Install the App (PC, Mac, Linux, Mobile)

Learn about how to use Microsoft Teams for group collaboration and how to log into the Teams app online, on a mobile device, and on a Windows, Mac or Linux computer.

7 Tips to Get Started Using Microsoft Teams

Learn top tips for using Microsoft Teams, such as how to set to dark mode, set notifications and search for files or people.

When Do I Use Teams, Jabber, or Zoom?

View this quick start guide to learn when to use Teams, Jabber or Zoom.

Getting Started with Chat and Audio & Video Calls

Learn how to create chat conversations, as well as how to create audio and video calls between faculty and staff.

Collaborate in a Department or Group in Teams

Learn all of the ways users in a department or group can collaborate in Microsoft Teams.

Collaborate One-on-One in Teams

Learn how to collaborate one-on-one with an individual in Microsoft Teams.

How to Set Up a Zoom Meeting in Microsoft Teams

Learn how to create a Zoom Meeting in a chat conversation in Microsoft Teams.

Tips and Tricks for Using Teams Mobile App on iOS or Android Devices

Learn how to use unique features within the Teams mobile app for iOS and Android devices.