Installing Microsoft Teams App

Microsoft Teams app gets installed automatically on all University-owned ("corporate") devices that are managed by Intune. On all other devices, it needs to be installed manually unless you plan on using the web version of Teams (i.e. Web App).

There are three versions of Microsoft Teams app:

Desktop App

The Microsoft Teams desktop app is available for both Windows 7 and 10 and macOS 10.10 or later. On Windows, Teams requires .NET framework 4.5 or later; the Teams installer will offer to install it for you if you don't have it. There are two different methods that you can use to download and install MS Teams desktop app.

Teams Site

1. Open this URL in your browser:

2. Under Desktop Apps, click on the button that correspond with your computer platform to initiate download of the installer file. Typically, it will be 64-bit version.

3. Save then open the installer file. 

Office 365 Portal

1. Sign in to

2. Click on Teams icon on the main page to launch a web version of the app. If this icon is not visible, click on Explore all your apps...

3. Inside the Teams web app, click on the Download desktop app icon  located in the left bottom corner of the browser's window. Save then launch or open the installer file. 

Web App

If you are unable to install Desktop App, you can use web version of Teams. Simply launch your browser and navigate to and sign in with your UWin Account. Alternatively, you can navigate to and sign in with your UWin Account then click on Teams icon. If this icon is not visible, click on Explore all your apps...

Mobile App

Microsoft Teams mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices. You can download it from your respective app store on the device.

  1. Open app store on your device
  2. Search for Microsoft Teams
  3. In search results, tap on Microsoft Teams
  4. Tap on Install
  5. Sign in with your UWin Account when prompted

Microsoft Teams App on GooglePlay 
Microsoft Teams on Apple App Store


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