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MS365 Office: MS Teams

MS Teams

Teams is your communications tool in MS365. You will be able to post messages in chat, make calls, screen share and attend meetings or sessions online e.g. teaching online sessions with your tutors. You can access MS Teams by logging on to office.com using your DMU email address (e.g. P07654321@my365.dmu.ac.uk) and the same password for MyDMU. There will be a Teams link from the panel on the left. It is recommended that you install the MS Teams app so that you can access previous chats and files that may be shared with you. Your timetable in MyDMU will have details for your teaching sessions, including building and room number, there will also be online meeting links however these are only to be used if a teaching session is specified to you as online only. Find out more below. Selecting the link in MyDMU timetable will allow you to join the online teaching session which is supported using MS Teams. You may also receive a meeting URL invite in an email e.g. Bookable workshop. You can join meetings by clicking on the Join Teams Meeting link in an email.

Note: There may be compatibility issues with some browsers and Operating Systems when connecting to session links via the MyDMU Timetable. These links do not follow the standard join procedure as in other applications. See the FAQ and guides below for instructions on how to join online sessions and avoid connection issues when joining Teams links from MyDMU.

 

Note: Student Regulations and Policies

See online guide on how to access office.com as a student via an Incognito window in Chrome
See online guide on how to access office.com as a student via an InPrivate window in Edge
Join online session links with MS Teams
Get Started with MS Teams - beginner Guide