If your Android device is managed by Microsoft 365 Business, you may be prompted to set up extra security the first time you install an Office app. Follow these steps:
On your device, choose the Google Play Store.
Search for the Office app you want to install. We'll use Outlook for this example.
On the Outlook welcome screen, choose Get started.
On the Add Account page, enter your Office 365 email address, and then choose Continue.
Under Enter your password, type your password, and then choose Sign in.
On the next page, choose Continue if you want to add another account. Otherwise, choose Skip.
When prompted to add the Intune Company Portal app, choose Go to store.
Install and open the Intune Company portal app, and then choose OK when you see the message that your organization protects data in this app.
If asked for a PIN, enter a 4-digit PIN that you'll use to unlock your phone, choose Send, confirm your PIN, and then choose Send again.
If your Android device is managed by Microsoft 365 Business, you may be prompted to set up extra security the first time you install an Office app. Let's look at how it works.
On your device, select the Google Play Store.
Search for the Office app you want to install—for example, Outlook.
Select it, install it, and then open it.
Select Get started.
Enter your work email address, select Continue, enter your password, and then sign in.
Choose Skip if you're done adding accounts. You'll be prompted to add the Intune Company Portal app.
Select Go to store, Install, Open, and select OK.
If asked, type a PIN that you'll use to unlock your phone, select Send, confirm your PIN, and select Send again.
Your app is now ready. Now that you've set up a PIN and company portal, you can install more apps, like Teams, Word, and OneDrive.