You can join Teams meetings anytime, anywhere, from any device.

Join by link

All you need to join a Teams meeting is a link. You may have a link in your Moodle course topic list. Alternatively, you may have been sent a link by email.

join from email link

When you open the link or select Join Microsoft Teams Meeting in your meeting invite, you’ll be taken to a page where you can choose to either join on the web or download the desktop app and then join. If you already have the Teams app, the meeting will open there automatically if you use the Edge browser, or prompt you to launch it in other browsers.

Firefox:

Open app from link in Firefox

 

Chrome:

open app from Chrome link

 

All NCA students and staff have a Teams account - it is your NCA email address. If you don’t have a Teams account and the organizer has allowed it, you may have the option to enter your name to join the meeting as a guest. If you do have a Teams account, select Sign in to join with access to the meeting chat and more. If you sign in, you can join the meeting right away. If you don’t sign in you will go to the lobby where people in the meeting can admit you.

Avoid being trapped in the lobby by signing in. If you use the app. you should already be signed in. If you join by web browser, don't enter your name next to the Join now button. Look for the sign-in link at the bottom of the window as shown below: 

sign in on web join

Join from calendar

Select Calendar calendar icon on the left side of the app to see your meetings. Find the meeting you want, and then select Join.

calendar join

Or, if someone starts the meeting, you'll get a notification you can use to join.

Join in a channel

If a meeting takes place in a channel, you’ll see an invitation to join, relevant content, and who’s in the meeting right in the channel. Just select Join.

channel join

Join from chat

If the meeting has already begun, it appears in your recent chat list. Select the meeting in your chat list and then select Join at the top of the chat.

chat join

 

Web browser support

Teams supports the following internet browsers, with noted exceptions.

Microsoft Edge Calling and Meetings supported on Edge RS2 or later.
Chrome, the latest

version plus two
previous versions

Meetings supported on Chrome 59 or later.

As of July 3, 2019, screen sharing is supported without
any plug-ins or extensions

Firefox, the latest
version plus two
previous versions

Calling and Meetings are not supported. Users who try to
join a meeting on Firefox will be directed to download
the Teams desktop client.

Safari 11.1+

Safari is enabled on versions higher than 11.1 in preview.
While in preview, there are known issues with Safari's
Intelligent Tracking Prevention.

Internet Explorer 11

Calling and Meetings are not supported. Users who try to
join a meeting on Internet Explorer 11 will be directed to
download the Teams desktop client.