Saturday, August 3, 2019

What is in Microsoft Teams?

Learn the Microsoft Teams basics.
Desktop Client

Web client
The web client ( is a full, functional client that can be used from a variety of browsers. The web client supports Calling and Meetings by using webRTC, so there is no plug-in or download required to run Teams in a web browser. The browser must be configured to allow third-party cookies.

Mobile clients

The Microsoft Teams mobile apps are available for Android and iOS, and are geared for on-the-go users participating in chat-based conversations and allow peer-to-peer audio calls. For mobile apps, go to the relevant mobile stores Google Play and the Apple App Store. The Windows Phone App was retired July 20, 2018 and may no longer work.
Supported mobile platforms for Microsoft Teams mobile apps are the following:
  • Android: 4.4 or later
  • iOS: 10.0 or later
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