moderated Re: Windows 11 chat app

Michael Munn

Ok here is what the chat app said 
"We ran into an issue and were unable to finish setting up. Please try again.


Best regards 

michael H. Munn 

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On Mon, Nov 15, 2021 at 12:58 AM Joseph Lee <joseph.lee22590@...> wrote:


It’s been a while since setting it up (I set up mine back in August or September while testing this feature as a Windows Insider).

It turns out Microsoft Teams that is used by Chat is actually a web app. It might be possible that somehow the Chat portal might be having difficulty connecting you to Teams web portal for some reason (yes, you do need a Microsoft Account to use the portal properly).

You say you hear “try again” when you press Windows+C? Can you tell us more, including exactly what this screen says (surely there might be additional text).




From: <> On Behalf Of Michael Munn
Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2021 9:47 PM
Subject: Re: Windows 11 chat app




The Chat app is, essentially, a portal to Microsoft Teams. You need to have a Microsoft Account and Microsoft Teams (preview) app installed to sign in and use it.





Hi all, I have a question here regarding how to set up the Windows 11 Chat app. Recently, I installed Windows 11 and there is a feature that I really want to take advantage of, and this feature is the Chat app. I hit the command Win+C to activate this feature but everytime time I try to set it up, it wont show me the setup button instead it shows me the try again button. I hit the try again button and nothing happened. 

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