Microsoft Teams Survival Guide


This “Survival Guide” aims to gather useful materials related to Microsoft Teams.  It brings together some of the best information about Microsoft Teams all in one place. These resources can be used to get the best from Microsoft Teams, showing how to implement Microsoft Teams in an organisation and to increase its effectiveness.

Microsoft Teams is the new chat-based collaboration service in Office 365, that is a hub for teamwork with:

  • All content, tools, people, and conversations are available in the team workspace
  • Built-in access to SharePoint, OneNote, and Skype for Business
  • Work on documents right in the app
  • Rich scheduling features inside Microsoft Teams, plus ad-hoc 1-1 and group calling
  • Customizable for each team

Getting Started with Microsoft Teams

Using Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams Training

Deployment and adoption

Microsoft Teams for Administrators

Microsoft Teams for Developers


The official Microsoft Teams Twitter account is @MicrosoftTeams  .  Some of the Microsoft staff involved with Teams:

Use the hashtag #MicrosoftTeams to discuss Microsoft Teams on Twitter.

Feedback and support

Microsoft Stream now available worldwide—new intelligent features take enterprise video to new heights

Microsoft Stream is now generally available as a standalone service and is rolling out to Office 365 Enterprise customers in 181 markets and 44 languages. We’re also announcing new intelligent features that take productivity and user engagement to new heights.


Announcing the Microsoft Planner mobile app for iPhone and Android

We are pleased to announce that the new Microsoft Planner mobile app is now available for iPhone and Android phones. Starting today, current Planner users can use this companion app to view and update their plans on the go, addressing feedback we’ve heard since the launch of the Planner web app. For people who are new to Planner, you can first get started by visiting Once you’ve created your plans in the web app, you can view and update those plans in the mobile experience.

Planner is available to customers with Office 365 Enterprise E1–E5, Business Essentials, Business Premium and Education subscription plans. Current Planner users can download the app for Android and iOS.