Microsoft Teams is a productivity tool that has gained a lot of popularity with the successive confinements that the pandemic around Covid-19 has forced. The truth is that it is one of the best tools from Microsoft , and it is widely used all over the world.

And because it's a relatively recent tool, there are some functions that don't always seem to be intuitive to perform. For example, administrators of Microsoft Teams organizations are not always able to add people to that same organization, but here we will try to explain how this simple task is done.

Invite people to your Microsoft Teams organization

Before explaining how to do it, you should be aware that only organization administrators can add and remove people from the organization. If not, you won't be able to.

But let's go step by step:

  1. With Microsoft Teams open, either in the application or in the web version, with your account logged in, click on the icon of your profile picture, or company profile;
  2. Now click on Manage organization;
  3. Click Invite people;
  4. Choose from one of three invitation methods:
    • Copy link: People will be able to join the organization through a simple shared link. However, the admin will still have to approve the members' entry. Click on that option and the link will be automatically copied to your clipboard.
    • Invite your contacts: invite the contacts associated with your account. In this case, you may need to login again.
    • Invite by email: the invitation will be sent to the email addresses you select. You can send multiple invitations at once; if the number of fields is not enough, click on Add.
  5. Ask invitees to follow the instructions they receive to join your organization.
Microsoft Teams are participating

That's it, you're done, you've added people to your organization and now you can communicate with them through Microsoft Teams.

If you still don't use Microsoft Teams, know that you can download it here .