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Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams offers a platform for video and audio conferencing. It allows document sharing and storage, screen sharing and messaging.

Microsoft Teams is available if you have already been migrated to the HealthIrl domain. You can find out if you are on the HealthIrl domain using the 'Who Am I' icon on your desktop.

If you are not on the national Health Irl domain you can still attend a Teams meeting (by clicking on the invitation link received), but you will not be able to schedule a meeting.

Microsoft Teams is only available if you have been migrated to the national HealthIrl domain

If you are not on the HealthIrl domain you can use Skype for Business or Webex instead.

If you are on the HealthIrl domain you can sign up for Microsoft Teams on the self-service portal.

The phased migration of all staff to HealthIrl is continuing. Microsoft Teams will be available to you when your migration is done.

How to check if you are on the HealthIrl domain

Click on the ‘Who Am I’ icon on your desktop. The domain you are on will show at the top of the screen.


Training is only available for users who have been Microsoft Teams enabled

Register for training

To register for training please email with your preferred date and time.

Training dates

If you already have access to Teams you can register for a training session on:

  • August 13
  • August 27

The time options available are 10 am or 12 pm. Each session will last 30 minutes with a short Q&A afterwards.

Page last reviewed: 24/04/2020
Next review due: 24/04/2023