Users will soon be able to download Microsoft teams from its online store that comes built into Windows, according to an update from the company.
Microsoft's work and collaboration communications app has not been available in its own store to date.
It either had to be downloaded from the web or installed alongside the rest of Office 365.
As per the new roadmap, Teams will be available on the store in the upcoming month for both Windows 10 and 11, reports The Verge.
The Teams version for Windows 10 will be usable with personal, work, and school accounts, while the 11 version will just be for work and school accounts.
The company earlier promised Teams on its store when it introduced the Microsoft Store redesign.
In a bid to make it convenient to access Microsoft Teams files for users, the tech giant was also set to add a "Your Teams" section to OneDrive.
Recently, Microsoft announced that Teams will support an integration with LinkedIn that allows users to see their colleague's profiles within one-to-one chats.
Users can access LinkedIn profiles in Teams without connecting their LinkedIn and Microsoft accounts.
(With inputs from IANS)