Teams are similar to groups in that they are a conversation held between a group of people. They can be used to communicate and collaborate with others, from connecting with co-workers in your department to collaborating on a project with others in your company.
Teams are created and managed by a few designated users, also known as team admins. Team admins can give the team a unique name, invite other members, and limit some or all of the permissions of a team’s members, including if they can add members, post messages, and more.
When you create a team, you can choose to make them either public or private. Anyone can search for or join a public team, while private teams are only accessible by invitation.
You can find teams you’ve joined either under the Teams section in your conversation list or in the My teams page under the Contacts menu.