- Aug 17, 2014
Microsoft recently updated the Microsoft 365 Roadmap with a new entry signaling the upcoming release of Teams in the Microsoft Store. Currently, the only way to get the messaging app is to download it from the official website. Teams in the Microsoft Store will provide Windows 10 and 11 users with a simpler and more convenient way to install the program.
Here is what the roadmap says about Microsoft Teams coming soon to the Microsoft Store:
Judging from the description, Microsoft does not plan to make Teams less confusing than it currently is. As of now, Microsoft provides two versions of Teams: one "regular" version you can download from the official website and one built-in Windows 11. Microsoft positions the latter as an alternative to mainstream messaging platforms and voice/video calling solutions for regular customers.Microsoft Teams app for work, school and life will soon be available to download from Microsoft store. This app will support work, school and consumer accounts on Windows 10 and Work or school accounts on Windows 11.
The Microsoft 365 Roadmap revealed Microsoft's plans to release Teams in the Microsoft Store to provide users with an easier way to download and install the popular messaging application.