In this pandemic state, the world has leaned more towards online communication for either study or for work. This we think will be the new norm for years to come, as many industries and businesses have realised that there is a lot of savings if the employee works from home. For work from home culture, many new tools cropped up such as Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams is one of the most used video calling applications in the market that resolves most of the WFH interconnectivity issues. Consumers being new to this online ecosystem face a lot of trouble while using these apps. This article will show some easy steps to follow to fix Microsoft Teams login Issues.
Note – Make sure your app is up to date and your login credentials are correct.
Check your Internet
As Microsoft teams is an online based software it requires a good and stable connection to work properly. Users can google any speed test online to check the internet connection and its speed. If the speeds are low, try connecting to a different WiFi connection. If no other WiFi is available try connecting it with a mobile hotspot.
Sometimes the app becomes unresponsive and thus starts to misbehave either due to a bug or a trigger. The easy way to quit Microsoft Teams is by right clicking on the taskbar and clicking quit. Another way is to go to the Task Manager and click the end task from there. Both the cases will shut down Microsoft teams and then try to restart the application. Now you should be able to login.
Checking Teams Server
It often happens that everything is fine from the client site but there is an error on the server site. Checking is also simple nowadays just open any browser and search down detector. If there are lots of reports you can ensure that the issue is regarding the server from Microsoft’s side.
Clearing Cache Memory
To speed up the process of common tasks, computers often collect data in the background. If the computer collects a bad cache file it can show errors like login errors. The easy way to do is:
Step 1 – Press Windows + R to open the run menu.
Step 2 – Type %appdata%MicrosoftTeams in the box and press Enter.
Step 3 – Delete all the files and folders.
There might as well be a bug in your system that is throwing Microsoft teams an error thus resulting in a login issue. Repairing teams will solve this issue. This can be done by the following method:
Step 1 – Press Windows + I.
Step 2 – Go to apps > Apps and features.
Step 3 – Select Microsoft teams or search for it in the search bar.
Step 4 – In the advanced menu under Rest will be an option to repair.
Step 5 – After the process is completed try running teams once again.
If none of the steps works for you try reinstalling Microsoft teams from scratch, that should resolve the login issue.
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