At Microsoft, our top priority is the health and safety of employees, customers, partners, and communities. By making Teams available to as many people as possible, we aim to support public health and safety by keeping teams connected while they work apart. Microsoft Teams is a hub for teamwork in Office 365, which brings conversations, content, assignments, and apps together in one place. Teams allows employees to work remotely without feeling secluded, because they can stay connected and can share in real-time their updates and ideas with each other.
If your organization is licensed for Office 365, you already have Teams. If you have an email address through work or school, sign in using this link. If you’re using an email address like Gmail or Outlook, you can sign up for the freemium version of Teams by following this link. If you’re an IT professional who wants to roll out Teams centrally in a business that isn’t currently licensed for Teams, we’ve got you covered with a free Office 365 E1 offer for six months. Contact your Microsoft partner or sales representative to get started today. If you work in education and want to set up teachers, students, and administrators on Teams, use Office 365 A1. This free version of Office 365 is available to all educational institutions. Sign up by following this link.
With Teams, host online meetings from one-to-one connections to team meetings and live virtual events accommodating up to 10,000 people with consistent experience across platforms. Enjoy features such as scheduling assistance, meeting note taking, screen sharing, meeting recording, and instant messaging. Watch the Welcome Video to get an overview of Teams and use the Quick Start Guide to learn the Teams basics.
Offer is valid for users 6 months after activation. Activation can take place as long as the offer is active.