Microsoft Teams is a desktop, mobile, and web-based communication and collaboration platform for Office 365 that brings everything together into a shared workspace where you can chat, meet, share files, and work with business applications. Teams offers group chat, online meeting and web conferencing, audio and video calling, collaboration with built-in Office 365 applications, and OneDrive access.

Teams has been widely used for committees, departments, research teams, and student groups for academic collaboration, including student research groups and courses.

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Pinned Article Introduction to Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a desktop, mobile, and web-based communication and collaboration platform for Office 365 that brings everything together into a shared workspace where you can chat, meet, share files, and work with business applications.

Enabling Screen Sharing Permissions for Teams in macOS Catalina

This article explains how to re-enable screen sharing permissions for Microsoft Teams in macOS Catalina. By default, when upgrading to macOS Catalina from earlier macOS versions, the screen sharing permissions will disable.

Host or Join a Teams Meeting

This article explains how to host or join a meeting and how to share content in Microsoft Teams.

Introduction to Teams and Channels in Microsoft Teams

This article provides an introduction to teams and channels in Microsoft Teams.

Make and Receive Calls in Microsoft Teams

This article explains how to make and receive calls in Microsoft Teams.

Manage Notifications in Microsoft Teams

This article explains how to manage your notifications for chats, teams, and meetings in Microsoft Teams.

Online Meeting Features and Security in Microsoft Teams

The following features can enhance your online meetings in Microsoft Teams.

Webinars in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams offers interactive meetings and webinar capabilities that can reach 1,000 attendees with full interactivity and up to 10,000 attendees with a view-only experience.