- Installing the Microsoft Teams mobile app
- The mobile app – key features and functionality
- Screen share from a phone
Installing the Microsoft Teams mobile app
The Teams app can be installed and used on mobile devices including:
The mobile app – key features and functionality
The Microsoft Teams mobile app possess almost all of the same key features and functionality as the Microsoft Teams desktop app, allowing for a largely seamless switch between working on either. Chat, video call meetings, file sharing, real-time work are all possible across both of these Microsoft apps.
From the mobile app you can see the full list of Teams you are associated with and access all content, as with the desktop app.
You will also be able to navigate through the Teams menu bar between activity feed, chat, Teams, assignments, and calendar.
From a Team, you will also be able to access files by clicking on files, and upload files by clicking on the plus sign.
You can also set up your notifications from the main menu in the top left-hand corner of the app.
Screen share from a phone
From the phone app you can join a video call meeting and choose to share content. You can also additionally join from your phone alongside joining from another device. To share, select more options from the meeting tool bar.
You can then select to present a photo, video, PowerPoint, or your entire screen. You can choose to stop presenting when you’re done. You can also pinch in or out to zoom, and tap and drag to see different areas.
You can’t share a whiteboard but can contribute to one shared with you. Live captions may not be fully supported. Guest members also have more limited sharing options on a phone.
Please also see our following help page on accessing your emails from the Office 365 app on your phone: accessing Office 365 from your phone. Please also see further Microsoft support pages regarding notifications: troubleshoot notifications for Teams mobile app.