About Microsoft Teams and its documentation
Microsoft Teams is a cloud-based communications platform that combines different services for collaboration, such as chat, meetings, calling, and files. Teams is well integrated into Microsoft 365 and combines multiple workloads into a unified communication and collaboration system. In addition, Teams offers integration capabilities for other tools and third-party products.
Get documentation, sample code, tutorials, and more to help you build custom Microsoft Teams apps. See Microsoft Teams developer documentation.
How to contribute
Microsoft Teams documentation is part of the Microsoft Learn technical documentation library. The content is organized into groups called docsets, each representing a group of related documents managed as a single entity. You can ask questions, provide suggestion, or provide updates. See how to contribute to Teams documentation.
To contribute to Microsoft Learn, see the contributor guide overview.
To know more about Microsoft standards and style guide, see Microsoft style guide.
Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to contribute and grant us the rights to use your contribution. See CLA.
- Teams Toolkit fundamentals
- Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio
- Microsoft Graph SDKs
- Bots SDK (v3)
- Messaging extensions SDK (v3)