Microsoft Teams

Teams is being automatically installed on all college-owned Windows devices and is part of the standard Windows 10 build for new or rebuilt devices.

If you have Windows 10, you may already have the Microsoft Teams application installed.  To check, look in your Apps list:

Press the Start (Windows key ⊞), then find Microsoft Corporation on the list; click on that and if you see Microsoft Teams then you have it installed.

The screenshot below shows what you should see in your Start menu if you have Teams.


If you don’t have Teams you can download the Windows desktop app from here:

Alternatively, you can use the web version, which is the same as the desktop version. Log in with your college email address and password:

Mac user? You can download the desktop app for Mac here (OS X 10.10+) or use the web version.

Linux user? You will need to use the web version as there isn’t a Teams app for Linux (yet).

Smartphone or mobile user? You can download the Android or iOS client from your Store (search for Microsoft Teams). The app requires at least Android 4.4 or IOS 10.0. It is not available for Windows phones. Log in with your College email address and password.   


Once Teams has downloaded and installed, you will be prompted to sign in.

To sign in, put in your college email address at the Teams prompt. As you have used a college email address, Teams will take you to the college log in page where your email address will be prefilled, so complete the log in with your college password.  

Logon box for Teams


This is a link to an interactive demo (5 minutes) which will take you around the main features of Teams: Microsoft Teams demo.


We’ve created a team to help you get started.

This is an area where you can ask questions and find out more about Teams.

This link will show you how to find a Team and request to join it: Find and Join a Team 

If you need to order a new Team, please do this by logging a call with the IT Service Desk.

Note: You don’t need to be signed up to a Team or channel to be able to chat, make calls or have meetings with people. 


Now you have Teams, here are a few things to try straight away.  The links will take you to “How To” the Microsoft website.

Mark Woof

Mark Woof in Network