Teams can be accessed from both the web browser (which doesn't require any installation) and the Windows app (which requires an installation). There are some benefits to installing the Windows client as some of the features are not supported on the web (although the web client is catching up fast with its app counterpart). One key difference between the two versions is that the web version requires you to be logged in to your Office account in order to receive notifications. The Teams client, on the other hand, runs in the background, even while you are working on a different application. So, the user receives notifications about team activities and individual messages. Once installed, new updates are applied automatically to the Teams client. It checks for updates every time the client is launched.
In this section, we will learn how to install the Teams app.
To access the Teams app, you need the appropriate Microsoft...