Microsoft Teams has come to the University of Portland campus. Teams provides a new way to collaborate and communicate via an interactive chat-based workspace. The idea is to provide 21st-century learners and knowledge workers with a flexible and fun way to stay in sync while cutting down on email overload and never-ending meetings. While this new breed of chat app caught on first in the offices of cool start-ups in San Francisco and New York, it is being popularized in many fields as all types of workers become more mobile and more collaborative and will likely be an important tool for the 21st-century workforce. Teams has many applications to enhance collaboration in higher education. Colleagues who need to work in close cooperation across departments and disciplines, students who participate in clubs and projects, and even teachers and learners in an academic course can all use Teams to enhance collaboration and engagement. Read on for an overview and some basic getting started tips.