Add members to a team in Teams

Applies to: Microsoft Teams.

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If you’re a team owner, you can adjoin someone to a team. If you’re not a team owner, you can send a request, and the team owner will accept or deny it.

This topic focuses on appending established members of your team’s organisation. If you want to insert someone who’s beyond your organisation, see Add guests to a team.

Add members to a team

Your team can hold up to 5000 people.

Note: If you’re a global administrator, consider creating an org-wide team that automatically adds everyone in your organisation.

To apply members to a team:

  1. If you’re a team owner, find the team name in the teams list and select More options More options button > Add member.

    Add members to a team in Teams
  2. Begin writing a name, distribution list, security group, or Office 365 group to insert to your team. You can even apply people beyond your organisation as guests by stating their e-mail addresses.
  1. After you’re finished creating members, choose Add. FYI, you can elect someone a team owner by picking the down arrow beside the word Member. There can be numerous owners in a team. For a closer look at roles and permissions, see Team owner and member capabilities in Teams.
  2. Pick Close. People you join to a team will obtain an e-mail informing them they are now a member of your team and the team will display in their teams list.

Hey, want to know what to do next?

Visit the team name in the teams list and create some channels.

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