Microsoft Teams is your central hub for teamwork, collaboration, virtual meetings, and file sharing.
- Logging Into Office & Setting Up Teams - learn how to access Microsoft Teams, chat with colleagues, download the desktop version, and schedule meetings.
- Online Training - Web-based tutorials on Microsoft Teams
- Microsoft Teams Feedback Portal: Submit and vote on ideas to be included in future updates. Microsoft regularly reviews user feedback and incorporates the best and most popular ideas into new releases
- Microsoft Teams and Outlook for macOS: Integrate Microsoft Teams with Outlook for macOS.
Teams is the new Listserv
If you want to communicate with peers outside of our organization, you'd need a Listserv, right? Not anymore - Microsoft Teams is available to anyone and everyone, even if they don't have access to Microsoft Office 365. Here's a quick guide on how to invite people to your team.
- Create a team in Microsoft Teams as you would normally do for any group, project, or committee.
- Invite users from UHCL by adding them to your team.
- Invite users from outside organizations by adding them via their e-mail address.
- Users from outside organizations will receive an invite from Microsoft Teams letting them know they have been invited to the team.
- By clicking Open Microsoft Teams within the email, the user can then access the team from their browser or the Microsoft Teams app.
Teams Success Stories
Here are just a few examples of how different groups and organizations around campus have been using Microsoft Teams!
- The Writing Center has been using Microsoft Teams to extend writing workshops and one-on-one tutoring sessions to alumni. Thanks to Microsoft Teams, they've been able to set up appointments with alumni who do not have UHCL email addresses.
- A member of the OIT’s PMO is building a small community of practice group of Texas State project managers by adding project managers from outside of UHCL.