Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is an entirely new experience that brings together people, conversations, and content - along with the tools that teams need - so they can easily collaborate to achieve more. It's naturally integrated with the familiar Office applications and is built from the ground up on the Office 365 global, secure cloud. 

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Benefits of Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams reduces the friction between Office 365 apps by bringing everything together in one place: people, conversations, content and tools. It becomes your hub for chats, Skype calls and meetings, private and group messages specific to projects. It allows you to share applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, websites and OneNote; and you can share assets like calendars, files and email, too. All seamlessly, in real-time. 

Want to add a Plan in Planner? Request a Microsoft Team to create a Plan which you can access both through Teams and Planner. Read more about Planner in Microsoft Teams here


Usage Instructions

To begin using Teams, sign in to your Wright State Office 365 account and open the Teams application in the menu bar. 

For more information on using Teams, visit Microsoft Office Teams.


How to Access Microsoft Teams

You can access Microsoft Teams using the following methods:

WINGS Website

  1. Log in to WINGS with your campus username and password
  2. Click on the Office 365/Email link in the top right corner to access your Office 365 account
  3. Click on the grid in the top left corner of the Office 365 screen
  4. Select the Teams application

Office 365 Login Page

  1. Log in to Office 365 (http://outlook.wright.edu) with your Office 365 username and password
  2. Click on the grid in the top left corner of the Office 365 screen
  3. Select the Teams application

Other Resources

Linked below are some other helpful resources for Microsoft Teams information.