How To Remove Account From Beinga Tenant In Microsoft Teams

In this article, I will assist you in removing your account as a tenant in Microsoft Teams. I am aware that there may be a variety of reasons for wanting to leave a tenant, such as personal preferences, organizational changes, or others. Don’t worry, I am here to guide you through the process step by step.

Step 1: Accessing Microsoft Teams Admin Center

To begin, you’ll need to access the Microsoft Teams Admin Center. Open your web browser and navigate to the Microsoft Teams Admin Center.

Once you’ve reached the Admin Center, sign in using your Microsoft account credentials. After signing in, you should see the Admin Center dashboard.

Step 2: Selecting the Tenant to Remove

On the left-hand navigation panel, click on “Tenants” to view the list of all tenants associated with your account. Find the tenant you wish to remove and click on its name to select it.

Step 3: Removing the Tenant

After selecting the tenant, click on the “Settings” tab on the top navigation menu. Within the Settings tab, you’ll find an option called “Delete organization”. Click on this option to initiate the process of removing the tenant.

Before proceeding, it’s important to note that removing a tenant is a critical action and cannot be undone. Make sure you have a backup of any important data or information associated with the tenant.

Next, you’ll be prompted to confirm the deletion by entering your Microsoft account password. This is an additional security measure to prevent accidental removal of tenants. Once you’ve entered your password, click on the “Delete” button to proceed.

The removal process may take some time, depending on the size of the tenant and the amount of data associated with it. You can monitor the progress through the Admin Center dashboard.


Removing your account from being a tenant in Microsoft Teams is a straightforward process, but it’s important to approach it with caution. Remember to back up any important data before proceeding and ensure that you have the necessary permissions to remove the tenant.

I hope this guide has been helpful to you. If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to the Microsoft support team for assistance.