Adding Teams App to Windows
Teams is part of your Office 365 account.
In order to start using Teams please do the following:
1. Login to https://office.com
2. On the left hand side if you see the Teams APP click on it and skip to step 5.
3. If needed, click on the Square dots at the to and look for the Teams APP.
4. Once the App window opens click on Teams App.
5. At this point Teams will open on your browser and you can begin using it.
If you would like to install the Teams Application click on the 3 dot's [ ... ] on the top right next to your Icon and then click on Download the desktop app.
6. The application will download and you can then open the executable and Teams should install for you.
If you are unable to install the Teams application please contact
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