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A powerful option used for collaborating with colleagues, includes conversations, files in OneDrive for Business, and notes in OneNote. Sign into Office 365 applications using your Login ( http://login.wvu.edu ) credentials.

Because information about Office 365 Groups is easily available online, we provide limited information about this application in our Knowledge Base. If you need assistance with Office 365 Groups that is unrelated to access or WVU policies, we suggest searching for "office 365 groups" on the Office support website ( https://support.office.com ) or searching online.

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Applications Available Through the Office 365 Portal

Find resources for the applications you can access through Outlook on the web.

Getting Started with Microsoft Teams

Teams is a collaboration tool which provides users with a single place to find files and team members, and to start chats.

Installing Microsoft Teams from Self Service on a Mac

Learn how to download and install Microsoft Teams from Self Service and sign into it on your Mac.

Installing Microsoft Teams from Software Center on a Windows PC

Learn how to download and install Microsoft Teams from Software Center and sign into it on your Windows computer.

Logging into Teams

This article provides a guide to WVU faculty and staff to use their Login credentials to access Microsoft Teams.

Office 365 Groups Access

With Office 365 Groups, you can create a shared space that makes it easier to keep track of emails and meetings in Outlook, documents in OneDrive for Business and notes created in OneNote.

Office 365 Groups on Mac

Learn how to access Office 365 Groups on the Mac Outlook (2016) client.

Teams Creation and Management

How to create and manage Teams and Channels.