Mar 05 2020 08:35 PM
Mar 05 2020 08:35 PM
Hi, I signed up for Microsoft teams. I was able to set up a team on my first login. But when I tried logging in again, it tells me that "You're not on Teams yet, but you can set it up for your organization." message even though I already signed up.0
Mar 06 2020 04:02 AMSolution
Jul 31 2020 03:36 AM
I am also having this problem and also did not receive an email. I know this to be true because I specifically set up a new outlook.com email account to receive this into and the mailbox is empty except for the welcome message.
Are there any updates to this issue please?
Aug 05 2020 12:05 PM
Why in the hell is this happening? Every time I login to Teams it says "Your not on Teams yet, but can set it up for your oganization". I DID THAT. I did the "Signup for Teams" and went through it. It even tried to launch teams from the browser at the end because it was fine and worked.
BUt whenever I login to Teams it immediately gives the same message again. It will not allow me into Teams to use it. WHY? WHY IS THIS SO COMPLICATED?
Aug 17 2020 05:17 AM
I have exactly this problme also
Frustratingly, Teams worked fine when work collaboators sent invitations.
Now I get this loop occurring which suggests I sign up, then invites me to use Skype. No result! Cannot engage with people who send me invites and want to do business through Teams!
Oct 01 2020 07:06 PM
Nov 24 2020 04:34 AM
I found a solution for this. I had a meeting today and could not set up teams for myself. When the prompt takes you to the Microsoft pages, at the top right hand corner, make sure you sign in to your Microsoft account e.g outlook, hotmail etc and then the set up will work
Dec 09 2020 06:00 AM - edited Dec 09 2020 06:26 AM
I have the same issue as well. It's a permanent loop between "You're not on Teams yet" and signing-in/changing the password. How have they not fixed it by now?
P.S.: I'm on Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS. Maybe it matters?
Jan 21 2021 05:40 AM
The feature is not implemented (on "purpose"), as it clearly states here:
It's on portuguese, I'll translate ir for you:
"Teams for your personal life is not yet available for Desktop application. Open the link in your mobile device to join the chat"
Let's hope Microsoft will enable this feature soon.
Jan 28 2021 03:11 AM
Feb 13 2021 09:17 AM
You don't need MS Teams actually installed to use it for a meeting, as long as the person who is interviewing you has it and sent you a meeting invite by Outlook or Teams directly. You should have an email invite from them which has a link to the meeting. Click it and just use the web app as a guest.