Microsoft Teams key statistics
- Microsoft added 95 million users in 2020. It was one of the fastest growing apps of the pandemic
- It currently has 145 million daily active users, up from 75 million last year
- From March to June 2020, Microsoft Teams noticed 894 percent growth, more than Zoom (Aternity)
- Over 500,000 organisations use Microsoft Teams as their default messaging platform
- We estimate that Microsoft Teams generated $6.8 billion in revenue in 2020, a 700 percent increase year-on-year
Microsoft Teams overview
|Launch date||14 March 2017|
|People||Satya Nadella (CEO), Jeff Taper (CVP of Office)|
Microsoft Teams revenue
Note: Microsoft does not break out revenue of individual units in its Productivity and Business Processes Division. This division includes Microsoft 365, Dynamics and Teams. As Teams comes as part of the Microsoft 365 package, it is difficult to ascertain how much revenue is individually created by it. We have estimated based on Microsoft 365 revenues and how many of those subscribers used Teams each year.
Microsoft Teams users
|Q2 2020||75 million|
|Q4 2020||115 million|
|Q2 2021||145 million|
Microsoft Teams organisations
Microsoft Teams meetings
|March 12, 2020||0.56 billion|
|March 16, 2020||0.9 billion|
|March 31, 2020||2.7 billion|
Note: This covers how many minutes per day Microsoft Teams users spent in meetings.
Microsoft Teams age (%)
|Age||Percentage of Users|
|18 – 24||4|
|25 – 34||14|
|35 – 44||31|
|45 – 54||29|
Microsoft Teams gender (%)
|Gender||Percentage of Users|
Microsoft Teams FAQ
How many countries is Microsoft Teams available in?
Microsoft Teams is available in 181 countries, in 44 languages
How many schools use Microsoft Teams?
Over 183,000 educational institutions are using Microsoft Teams
Who are some of the largest companies using Microsoft Teams?
Accenture, Continental AG, Ernst & Young, Pfizer and SAP are among the companies with more than 100,000 active users (CNBC)