Microsoft is working on a new capability for Teams that will allow supervisors to delete messages in the chat. The idea is to remove content that is deemed inappropriate or is off-topic.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
Microsoft has updated some of its Android apps so that they're optimised for Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 which were unveiled at the Korean firm's Galaxy Unpacked event today.
Microsoft has purchased Peer5, a company which offers an Enterprise Content Delivery Network. Its self-scaling and self-balancing mesh networks will help Microsoft optimize video-calling on Teams.
Teams for web will soon allow users to add background blur and images as well as share system audio with participants during a call. Both the features will be arriving to web users later this year.
Skype for Business Online is being retired today in favor of Microsoft Teams. The Redmond firm announced the change two years ago and is offering organizations assisted upgrades to Teams Only mode.
As part of Microsoft's earnings webcast, CEO Satya Nadella said that there are over 250 million monthly active users of Teams. This is fuelled by strong growth across Microsoft 365 services.
The ability to configure Safe Links policies for Microsoft Teams is now available for organizations which use Microsoft Defender for Office 365. It is utilized to protect against phishing attacks.
At the Windows 11 launch, Microsoft introduced Teams integration. The company finally added Teams to Windows 11 with the new Insider build, and we took it out for a spin to see if it is any good.
This week, we've seen the release of a new Windows 11 test build, the reveal of some future game releases, and the advent of the HiveNightmare security flaw. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Microsoft has announced that it has started testing Team's native integration with Windows 11 for some Insiders today. Given that it is still being tested, there are a few limitations to note.
Microsoft Teams users have been able to utilize meetings apps in pre-, in-, and post-meeting experiences on desktop since November. The capability is now being made available on mobile devices too.
Microsoft Teams will add an option later this year for admins to set an expiration date for meeting recordings stored in the cloud. This will allow them to auto-delete recordings after a set period.
Microsoft Teams now supports chat message translation on Android after rolling out that capability to its iOS app last year. It lets you translate chat messages into your desired language.
Microsoft is bringing new mindfulness guides to the Viva Insights app in Teams with the Headspace integration later this month. The app is also gaining a new focus mode and a quiet time setting.
Microsoft is rolling out support for paging in Large Gallery view, allowing users to have up to 98 users split into two 7x7 grids. The feature is now out to Public Preview users on Windows and Mac.
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Microsoft is working on new features for Teams users. These include end-to-end encryption for 1:1 Teams call, Windows 10 native notification and the ability to permanently delete a private chat.
Microsoft is working to add support for a mobile-optimized large gallery view, bringing a way for more user feeds to be viewed during a meeting. Users will be able to swipe between feeds.
Microsoft Teams is working on a new feature that will make it easier to restart a live event that has been interrupted or ended due to a technical issue. The feature is set to go live in July.
Organizations can now use Microsoft 365 Customer Key with Teams, allowing them to encrypt certain data on the tool. Unfortunately, encryption of historical data is not supported as of yet.
Microsoft announced that it is making Webinars in Teams generally available for Microsoft 365 subscribers at no additional cost. It is also adding Presenter mode to improve presentations in Teams.
Microsoft detailed new features added to Teams in April. These include Breakout room improvements, new mobile-specific design refreshes, polling features, new Teams-certified devices, and more.
A new report has surfaced today that alleges that Microsoft is working on a new dedicated app for its recently launched Modern accessories. The report also has a couple of snaps of the app's UI.
Microsoft has rolled out the public preview for Viva Learning. The module acts as a central hub for learning material from various sources that employees can easily share within their organization.
Microsoft today rolled out a new app in Teams that allows users to gain access to knowledge shared by mentors. The community mentors app was initially available as a standalone mobile app.
The work management platform Asana has added support for third-party tools through the new Asana Partners network. In addition, Asana is now available in a total of thirteen languages.
Microsoft is rolling out a bunch of enhancements to the Approvals apps within Teams this month including the capability to e-sign approval requests, and create and customize new templates.
Microsoft is planning to add support for chat bubbles in Teams. The company recently updated its Roadmap to indicate that chat bubbles are currently under development and will roll out soon.
This week brought an announcement of a next-gen enhanced version of ESO on consoles, some new Teams features, and a serious Azure outage affecting multiple services. Catch up via our handy overview.
Microsoft is working on new features for Teams to improve the user experience. The company will soon allow users to create Breakout Rooms before the meeting, improve bandwidth usage and more.
Microsoft has acknowledged an ongoing problem with a range of its cloud services, including Azure and Microsoft 365, which may make it impossible to use its services. The team is working on it.
Today, Microsoft published its usual roundup of new features for its Teams collaboration platform. This one covers both the months of February and March, so it includes quite a lot.
Microsoft is working on new features that will improve the user experience. It will soon allow users to reply to specific messages, create signed documents using DocuSign, and more.
Microsoft has announced a bunch of new features for Teams displays, including Bing searches with Cortana - which is also coming to more countries - replaceable backgrounds, and more.
Microsoft is working on new features for Teams that will improve the user experience. The company will soon allow users to create supervised chats, lock meetings, set Breakout Room timers and more.
Microsoft has announced that polls in Teams are getting some new features like intelligent suggestions, open text answers, and better mobile support. These features are coming soon.
Just like you'd expect from an Ignite conference, Microsoft is announcing a bunch of new features for Teams. PowerPoint Live is here, and presenter mode and dynamic view are coming this month.
Not only is a new Dynamics 365 application coming in preview, but Microsoft's customer relationship management platform is receiving new integrations with Teams as well, alongside other new features.
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Microsoft is working on several features for Teams that will allow users to create polls with ease. The upcoming features will use Microsoft Forms intelligence service to make suggestions to users.