Microsoft Teams App Update Brings Single Sign-On for Office 365

Microsoft has rolled out an update to the Microsoft Teams app that has a lot of new features and improvements for organizations who use it for collaboration.  The update’s biggest improvement is Single Sign-On (SSO) so that users of Office 365 will be able to sign in easier to Teams if they are already signed into other apps on their phone.

OneNote files can now also be shared in Teams.  If a OneNote file is being shared, it can be viewed in conversations.  Previously OneNote files couldn’t be viewed in Teams.

From a security perspective, support for certificate-based authentication has been added to the app along with other general bug fixes and

Microsoft Teams for Android

Microsoft Teams for Android

improvements.  All-in-all, it is a solid update for the collaboration app and service that is part of Office 365 for enterprises.

If you do not use Office 365 at work, Teams won’t be available to you.  It requires an enterprise version of 365 to work as it is aimed to enable communication and collaboration within the work environment.  If you have Office 365 at work but don’t have teams, contact your administrator.



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