- Service Overview
- Eligibility & Costs
- Support, How-To’s & Info
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration tool that integrates with other Microsoft Office 365 services and third-party connectors and apps for a dynamic team working space. Backed by Office 365 advanced security and compliance capabilities, Microsoft Teams is a secure collaboration application for any group on campus.
Use Teams to:
- Chat one-on-one with other users, or in small groups
- Make audio or video calls with other users
- Invite external (guest) users to be part of your Team
- Facilitate audio/video meetings with other users; you can even record video in Microsoft Stream
- Access other Office 365 apps including Word, Excel, OneDrive, SharePoint, OneNote, and Planner
- Organize your team’s work, files and key resources using private channels in your Team
- Easily search for conversations, chats, files and people
- Connect your Team to third-party apps and connectors including Google Drive, SurveyMonkey, Twitter, RSS, Salesforce, Trello, GitHub and JIRA
- Connect with anyone on campus! All UA faculty and staff are licensed for Teams, making it easier to add people to a team or search, call, and chat
To have a Team created:
Submit a UAConnect365 Groups/Teams Request form.
To work with your Team:
- Download the Microsoft Teams Desktop app to start using Teams on your computer
- To use Teams in browser, log in to the Office 365 portal and choose the Teams app from the App launcher
- Download the Teams mobile app for iOS, Android or Windows phone
Who Can Get It
All UA Faculty and Staff with Office 365 accounts are able to access and use Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams Training
Microsoft Teams on Mobile Devices
Microsoft Teams Essential Training - UACBT
Meeting and Calls in Teams
Private Channels in Microsoft Teams
Record a meeting in Teams
Use Planner in Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams: Using Planner to Stay Organized
The University of Arizona is committed to providing help information and assistance with campus services for all users, including those with accessibility concerns. Microsoft Teams accessibility considerations, information for screen reader users, navigation information, and more can be found on the Microsoft Teams - Accessibility page (coming soon). Check here for information provided by Microsoft on screen readers and Teams.