Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2016-11-02
  • Current Version: 1.0.76
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 167.85 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 120,799 Ratings

Description

Microsoft Teams is your hub for teamwork in Office 365. All your team conversations, files, meetings, and apps live together in a single shared workspace, and you can take it with you on your favorite mobile device. Whether you’re sprinting towards a deadline or sharing your next big idea, Teams can help you achieve more. YOUR HUB FOR TEAMWORK * Easily manage your team’s projects with file editing and sharing on the go * Connect face-to-face with HD audio and video, and join meetings from almost anywhere * Chat privately or in groups, and communicate with the entire team in dedicated channels * Mention individual team members, or the whole team at once, to get your colleagues’ attention * Focus on what matters most by saving important conversations and customizing your notifications * Search your chats and team conversations to quickly find what you need * Get the enterprise-level security and compliance you expect from Office 365 This app requires a paid Office 365 commercial subscription, or a free or trial subscription of Microsoft Teams. If you’re not sure about your company’s subscription or the services you have access to, contact your IT department. By downloading Teams, you agree to the license (see aka.ms/eulateamsmobile) and privacy terms (see aka.ms/privacy). For support or feedback, email us at mtiosapp@microsoft.com

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Reviews

  • Getting There

    4
    By The Haupt
    Not quite as good as Slack, but it is getting there.
  • Microsoft Teams is awesome

    5
    By bk1raider
    Microsoft teams is very powerful. I work in government lead 20+ people and create/maintain software for 50+ divisions. I have created multiple teams and channel for each division. Knowledge and information sharing has increased tremendously. It also has multiple cool apps/integrations like wiki which can be used to document important information and planner which can be used to log and track tasks. Go ahead and adopt teams it will improve your efficiency a lot.
  • Good but a couple big issues

    3
    By Anthony11221
    notifications have trouble cleaning after reading. Also submitting review could not be accomplished with folio keyboard...required on screen keyboard.
  • A great step..

    4
    By BSharp223
    Teams desktop and iOS app are a great start in the right direction for collaboration and consolidation. Love the ability to click/tap thru my calendar to a meeting or file. I do think that it can use some help (or o don’t know how) I’m being able to jump between open content without walking the link chain. Like give me an open tab bar and let me swap between active things.
  • Teams Violating Permissions

    1
    By InAnyEvent
    In settings you can restrict Teams’ ability to access your contacts list. I noticed today that Teams was continuing to access and sync my contacts, including new contacts, despite that I disabled that permission weeks ago.
  • Good app

    5
    By Salinb04
    Works well on iPhone no problems for me
  • Declare War on Email!

    5
    By b33lz
    Finally, a brilliant solution to a major problem we all face: too many emails! And better yet it slides on in to the Microsoft ecosystem which finally comes to life, thanks the addition of Microsoft Teams allowing you to basically do everything you need from a single app. You could essentially function without your computer as it can also interface with other known systems. If you aren’t sure what Teams is; imagine if you took Outlook, OneNote, OneDrive and Skype (Lync) and rolled them all into one. Amazingly simple and powerful, very easy to pick up and learn on the fly. Move out of individual data silos and into real-time collaborative document review and editing. This is the new standard communication of our times and it sees Outlook returning to its original purpose: event and time management, not real time communication. So wave good bye to those 20+ group email replies you receive every day that have nothing to do with you and utilize your time focusing on what really matters. There are many other benefits, such as never again having a discussion, or a meeting, where something is mentioned but never actioned. And other stand-our features include ability to communicate with people within, and external to your company, all in the same place. Simply put: this is a “must have” app in today’s world so do yourself a favor; stop reading this, install it and see what’s it all about.
  • Worthless, notifications DO NOT WORK

    1
    By Neploxo
    One thing that seems to be constant across all platforms and products these days is that Microsoft can't get notifications right. The sporadic at best delivery of notifications from this app no matter how much effort I put into trying to ensure they're enabled guarantees the more important the message the less likely I am to see it.
  • Forced to use this

    2
    By Joe Sxx
    Company switched over to this so I have to use it. Works OK for the most part but could be a lot better and how some things are organized. I did think it was a little dirty that it asks if you like the app and if you click “yes” Then you are redirected to the App Store to leave a review. How much do you want to bet that if you click “no” then it does not?
  • Almost great

    4
    By emadrak
    They are actively working on making it better. Works really well.

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