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 that is available on Microsoft 365 Portal.

There are three versions of Microsoft Teams app:

Desktop App

The Microsoft Teams desktop app is available for both Windows and macOS. 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. Note that there are two different versions of desktop app; you have to make sure to install work or school version following these steps:

  1. Open this URL in your browser:
  2. Click on Download app for desktop
  3. Click on Download the new Teams app and select the option that corresponds with your Windows platform. Typically, it will be 64-bit version.
  4. Open or save then open the installer file being downloaded. 
  5. Launch MS Teams app and sign in with your UWIn Account using as your login name.

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 select Teams on the list of apps.

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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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