Deploying Teams for Windows Application and configuration settings

Deploying Teams for Windows Application and configuration settings


Description: Microsoft Teams is a core Microsoft 365 application. Microsoft Teams is a chat-centered workspace in Office 365 that helps team members achieve more together. Microsoft Teams serves as a hub for teamwork, providing instant access to chat conversations, content, and tools from across Office 365 into a single workspace. SharePoint and OneNote are built-in, and team members can work on Office documents right within the app.

Basic Usage:                

Aside from chats, Microsoft Teams also supports video calls and meetings to enable teams to meet live, whether on-demand or scheduled. Team members can easily collaborate with multiple teams and search across people, chats, and files anytime. Microsoft Teams works across Windows, Mac, Web, Android, and iOS platforms. 

Download teams for Windows desktop: 

To setup your Teams application on your desktop you need to you this link and click “Download for desktop” as shown in the image below.

When you click on “Download Teams”, as shown in the image below, the Teams application will start downloading.


Now, as the downloading is complete, we need to install the application by simply going to the downloads or downloading the teams to that location.

Right-click and select “Run as an Administrator” to install.

Sign up

You need to have an account in Microsoft to use the team’s application. If you don’t have an account, click the “create one” option shown in the image below and follow through with the instructions.

Sign in:

After creating the account inter your credentials and log in to the application as shown in the image below.

Home interface:

This is the first interface that you get when you log in to your teams’ application. You can find your activities, chats, teams and channels, calendar, calls, and files on the left bar, as shown in the figure below.

On the top right, you can edit your profile settings and show them in the figure below.

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