Due to Covid 19 every organization is working from home. Communication tools pay important role to connect every associate meeting, chat and video calling. Microsoft Team is power full tool which are using as a premier collaborative communication platform for small and large business. By using Microsoft teams, you can invite your peers to start chatting, sharing and integrating to each other.
Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork in Office 365. Jump in and experience how teams can achieve more together when all their chats, meetings, files and apps live in a single workspace.You can see demo of Microsoft Teams
You can straight any browser to “teams.microsoft.com” and sign in to your Microsoft account. You can create an account for free if you don’t already have one.
If you have no account please click on create one button.
Once you’re signed in to your Microsoft account, select “Get The Windows App” to download and install the app on your Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, or Linux device.
Once you have login, he asks you want to access Teams through your browser without downloading the app, click “Use The Web App Instead.”
When the Teams app is first installed on your device, you may need to sign in again. After, click “Sign Up for Teams” to begin setting up your organization.
A new web page will open where you can read through a full list of features and compare pricing plans. Teams is free if you’re using it with no other Microsoft Office 365 apps.
If you’re joining an existing organization, choose “Already Using Teams? Sign In.” Once you sign in, you’ll be ready to explore your organization’s existing Teams infrastructure and start chatting with your colleagues.
If you’re starting a new organization, click “Sign Up For Free.”
Enter your email address and then select “Next.”
Enter your first and last name as well as the name of your company or organization. When you’re done, click “Set Up Teams.”
I am assuming the name of your organization isn’t already taken, Teams will start creating your organization and then bring up the web app. Once you’re logged in to Teams for the first time, it will ask for your name and picture (both optional), then guide you through its interface and features.