@Marc_Stress No question is silly here. Every question is a good question.
James adds good context about Asana’s structure. I think this helpful Guide article on teams will add clarity, as well https://asana.com/guide/help/organizations/team-basics
Teams are subsets of people in your Organization who collaborate on projects with each other. Each Team has its own Members and projects, Team Conversations, and Team Calendar.
At Asana, for example, we have a Customer Success team in the Asana app that includes all individuals on that team. We also have a Staff team in the Asana app that includes everyone on Staff (so all Asana employees). The team setup primarily has to do with the type of collaboration you’ll be doing, who will be working together, and who you want to share information with.
I’m curious to know the reason you’re looking for how to identify a team in Asana. Is there a team-related action you’re trying to take that we can help you with?