What you need to know
- Microsoft Teams went down for several organizations earlier today.
- Microsoft appears to have started rolling out a fix, though the service remains down for some.
- Many posted on Downdector, stating that Microsoft Teams is still down for them.
Microsoft Teams went down for several people and organizations earlier today. Microsoft shared the issue on the Microsoft 365 Status Twitter account.
We're investigating an issue where users may be unable to access Microsoft Teams. We're reviewing systems data to determine the cause of the issue. More information can be found in the Admin center under TM202916— Microsoft 365 Status (@MSFT365Status) February 3, 2020
The issue seems to be at least partially resolved. People on Downdector are reporting mixed statuses, including both the service still being down and it returning to full functionality. At this time, it's unclear if the issue is location-based.
One user on Twitter pointed out that Microsoft began rolling out a fix for the current issue.
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