Microsoft Teams for Windows 10 S app is now live in the Microsoft Store
The Microsoft Teams app has finally made its way to the Microsoft Store app store.
This new Progressive Web App (PWA) version of Microsoft Teams was announced yesterday during Build 2018 where it was revealed that it would first launch in a public preview for Windows 10 S devices.
Despite being initially restricted to Windows 10 S though, the app can still be downloaded on a regular Windows 10 tablet or PC, it just won’t grant any functionality after logging in.
Here’s the official, very detailed, Microsoft Store description for the app.
Microsoft Teams for Windows 10 S is your chat-centered workspace in Office 365. Instantly access all your team’s content from a single place where messages, files, people and tools live together. This is a preview version, so bear with us while we do some fine-tuning. (You’ll need Windows 10 RS4 or above.)
ONE PLACE FOR YOUR TEAM’S FILES AND CONVERSATIONS:
- Work with your team’s documents on the go
- Move seamlessly across different team projects and topics
- Mention individual team members or your entire team to get attention
STAY CONNECTED WITH PRIVATE AND TEAM CHAT:
- Chat privately one-on-one or have instant group conversations
- See real-time chat history on your favorite device and continue conversations started elsewhere
- Chat with your entire team in dedicated channels
QUICKLY FIND WHAT YOU NEED:
- Quickly search through your chats and team conversations
- Find a contact through name or email address search
TAILOR YOUR WORKSPACE:
- Include content and capabilities you need every day
- Customize alerts to get notified when you get mentioned or get a message
- Save important conversations to quickly access them later
SECURITY TEAMS TRUST:
- Get the enterprise-level security and compliance you expect from Office 365
- Enhanced security with multi-factor authentication
This app requires appropriate commercial Office 365 subscription. If you are not sure about your company’s subscription or the services you have access to, please contact your IT department.
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