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Saturday, February 24, 2024

How to Fix Microsoft Teams Notifications Not Working on Windows [SOLVED]

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Microsoft Teams is a fairly smooth application with little to no issues. However, recently, people have been complaining about a notification problem associated with it. So, in this guide we’ll be taking it apart and presenting numerous fixes. The “Microsoft Teams Notifications Not Working” error is mainly concerned with a bad internet connection or a server problem. However, sometimes the notifications features are disabled, and you don’t know yet. So, head over to the fixes below and apply them one by one to see which works out.

Fix 1: Check Internet Connection & Server Status

The first things to check and get out of the way are the internet connection that may have gone bad or the Teams Server Status that might be down temporarily. These things usually cause the notifications not to work correctly. So, read below to rectify these issues.

Start by heading over to this link and searching for Microsoft Teams. This will then show you the status of its server, and you’ll be able to find out if the error is arising from your side or theirs.

If the error is related to the server status, then all you can do is wait for it to resolve. It may be that the developers are working on a bug or problem and have temporarily disabled the server. However, if there is no problem with the server, your internet connection might be faulty.

For a faulty internet connection, you should try to get as close as possible to the Wi-Fi device or use an ethernet connection rather than the wireless one.

Fix 2: Switch Off the Battery Saver Mode

The Battery Saver mode on devices can disable many applications like Microsoft Teams, and this causes the notifications not to work. This happens because these Apps take up battery usage a lot. So, you need to make sure this mode is switched off before going into any complicated fix.

Head to the Windows Settings first, and locate the Power & Battery section under the System settings. Then, from a list of settings in front of you, click on the Battery, and select Battery Saver. Here, an On/Off button will appear, so make sure it is turned off. Once done with the procedure, head back and restart your computer to see if the problem is resolved.

Fix 3: Login to the Microsoft Teams Account Again

When your account isn’t synced or logged in correctly, App notifications are usually disabled. This is not specific to Microsoft Teams only, as it can happen often. So, re-login to the App can solve this issue.

Start by launching the Teams App and clicking on the Profile icon at the top right section. After that, click on Sign-Out and confirm it as well. This will then log you out of the App, and you’ll be taken back to the login page. Here, type in your login details again and sign in. Once done with the procedure, see if the notifications start flowing back or not.

Solving the notification problem in any App can be easy and usually take a few steps. Most of the time, the issue is due to the reasons mentioned above; hopefully, these fixes solve your problem. However, if you are still facing the problem, we suggest you check your availability status and set it to “Available.” Then, try to go into the App’s settings and allow it to run in the background.

If you are facing errors and issues with other PC games or your PC, then also see our hub for commonly occurring PC errors and their fixes.

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