Microsoft Teams is the hub for team collaboration in Office 365 that integrates the people, files, and tools your team needs to be more engaged and effective.

Please note: Microsoft Teams is available to all UO users

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Getting Started

How to download, install, and configure Teams.

Teams Calling

Information about the calling features within Microsoft Teams.

If you're having calling or call configuration issues, try signing out then signing back in first before submitting a support ticket.

Articles (22)

Pinned Article Microsoft Teams FAQ

This article provides answers to frequently asked questions about Microsoft Teams.

Adding a team to an existing SharePoint Online Team Site

Adding a Microsoft Teams team to an existing Office 365 group and team site.

Adjusting notifications during meetings in Teams

Learn how to adjust notification settings in Microsoft Teams while you are in a Teams call or meeting.

Best Practice Recommendations for Teams

Best practices recommendations and guidelines for using Microsoft Teams.

Blocking Teams Notifications from Specific Users

Hiding and muting users in Microsoft Teams

Changing privacy settings in Microsoft Teams

This article is designed to guide Microsoft Teams users through the process of setting a team's visibility from public to private.

Clearing the Microsoft Teams application cache

Learn how to clear the application cache in Microsoft Teams.

Conference Phone Bridging with Microsoft Teams

An overview of conference phone bridging with Microsoft Teams, which allows meeting attendees to call into Teams meetings with a telephone.

Creating a Microsoft Teams meeting

Creating a Microsoft Teams meeting through Microsoft Teams, Outlook for Windows, Outlook for Mac, and Outlook on the web.

Custom Apps in Teams

Custom apps in Microsoft Teams

Grid and list view in new Teams

Find the setting to change your Teams view (grid or list).

Microsoft Teams Live Events

This article is designed to act as an overview of Microsoft Teams Live Events, showcasing how to access it along with some of the key features of the service.

Presenting PowerPoint files in Microsoft Teams

This article will guide you through presenting PowerPoint presentation files using Microsoft Teams. Files need to be saved in OneDrive or SharePoint and you must have the latest version of Microsoft Teams.

Preventing Teamsbombing

If you or your organization are scheduling a Teams meeting with external users, your meeting or event may be susceptible to Teamsbombing by uninvited/unwanted guests.  Learn how to prevent and respond to Teamsbombing when hosting events open to the public.  (Teamsbombing name borrowed from popular reference Zoombombing.)

Recording a Microsoft Teams Video Call

Learn how to record and transcribe a video call or video meeting in Microsoft Teams.

Switching between an incoming call in Teams and a Zoom call

Learn how to switch from a Zoom call to an incoming Teams call then return back to Zoom.

Teams Data Map

Data location of files and assets in and associated with Microsoft Teams.

Toggling between Teams classic and the new Teams app

Learn how to switch back and forth between the classic and new Microsoft Teams applications for Windows and macOS.

Uploading a Profile Photo to Microsoft Teams

Information about uploading a profile photo to Microsoft Teams.

Using Live Captions in Microsoft Teams Meetings

Learn how to enable live captioning (real-time subtitles) for your meetings in Microsoft Teams.

Using Live Transcription for Teams

Learn how to use live transcription in Microsoft Teams.

Using Microsoft Teams with Guests

Instructions on how to invite guests to collaborate with your team, and how to access Teams as a guest user.