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Microsoft Teams on iOS now supports sharing of video and photos when on a call or in a meeting, while screen sharing has also been added.
Documentation for the mooted free version of Microsoft Teams hints it will land soon and provide Slack with plenty to ponder.
Microsoft Teams users can now get a direct PoV of HoloLens users, delegate calls, copy existing teams, and more. It marks the most significant feature update in several months.
Microsoft Teams is now available on the store as a PWA, bringing advantages like automatic updates and Action Center notifications to Windows 10 S users. Unfortunately, some features are still missing.
Microsoft Teams changelogs will helps developers keep up to date with the collaboration platform, something Microsoft says it has failed to manage so far.
Microsoft Teams is now used by over 200,000 organizations and is getting friendlier to AI. The collaboration service will also make more forays into hardware thanks to OEM support.
New lines of code suggest that a freemium version of Microsoft Teams will release soon, but it's unclear what its restrictions will be. The change could make it an attractive option over Slack.
Another cool feature has landed on Microsoft Teams today. Newcomers to a conversation can now see a customizable overview of the chat before they enter the conversation.
Microsoft Teams has received tons of new functionality, including slash command, app card integrations, and more. The features are available to all users.
In the latest Microsoft Teams update on iOS, the app has also gained Assignments tab support for students and teachers in a class team.
Microsoft’s Skype for Business integration into Microsoft Teams is underway with advanced calling capabilities and full featured dialing.
Workplace Chat for Windows keeps the same familiar Messenger interface in an easy to install, organization oriented client. It could provide companies with another alternative to Microsoft Teams.
A month after announcing Skype for Business will become Microsoft Teams, the company has confirmed features for Q2 2018.
As reported earlier in the month, Skype for Business is folding into Microsoft Teams, which will become the company’s core workplace chat solution. Microsoft will discuss the change at Ignite today.
Fuelling reports Skype for Business will be folded into Microsoft Teams, the latter solution now has a dial-in feature for Skype in public preview.
Microsoft Teams continues to grow and Azure Active Directory users can now be included as guests on a team. As well as a status report, Microsoft also introduced support for Botkit and new rival Atlassian.
Instead of operating two work-based chat platforms, Microsoft Teams could be about to welcome Skype for Business. A leaked Office 365 message suggests Microsoft is moving in this direction.
Microsoft and Adobe are tightening their partnership with Adobe Sign integration in Microsoft Teams, Office 365, and Dynamics 365.
Microsoft Teams will give admins more control, such as defining which apps are available to end users. There will be three new features coming to the service in the next few days.
The latest Microsoft Teams update for Apple’s mobile platform introduces important HD calling that was introduced on Android earlier this week. The chat service also scores a new Meetings tab.