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Microsoft Teams for Android now supports third-party cloud storage services

After launching Microsoft Teams in 181 countries, Microsoft has been continuously improving the app by adding various new functionalities such as 'classroom experiences'. The company recently announced that it would be adding support for different third-party cloud storage services to its Microsoft Teams app. Today, the application has received another update for Android devices, adding support for third-party cloud storage providers along with some other features as well.

The app now supports sharing files from cloud storage providers like Dropbox and Google Drive. Moreover, users will now have the ability to share files in private one-to-one conversations as well as group chats. The update also brings the support of direct reply to the app.

In addition to that, Microsoft Teams is now available in more languages. The detailed release notes for the update are given below:

  • Support for files from other cloud storage providers
  • Share files in private 1:1 and group chats
  • Reply to conversations from your notifications screen
  • Microsoft Teams app is now available in new languages including Norwegian and Thai.

Those interested in downloading the updated app can do so by navigating to the Play Store link given below.

Source: Google Play Store via MSPoweruser

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