Microsoft Teams was released as part of the Office 365 productivity suite in November 2016. Teams is a communication network that brings together chat, audio, video, and file sharing in one place. It’s intended for use by local, remote, and dispersed work groups—basically, everyone in any business!
Since its inception, Microsoft has been constantly updating Teams. As demand for robust communication tools has increased, a slew of additional features have been introduced across 2020 and into 2021.These following are some of its main features:
Both one-on-one and community chats are available via Chat Teams. Users don’t need to browse chat history as they did in Skype for Business because both forms are permanent. Document formatting, emoji, and requirement marking are only a few of the modern messaging features available in Teams Talk. During chat sessions, users can also exchange files directly.
Users’ desire to communicate across several different networks is the true strength of Teams. Standard content is available to everyone who wants to participate, while private channels are based on particular topics or events. New members must always be granted permission to access the network through the channel owner.
Teams can accommodate up to 250 people per videoconference session. Microsoft is actively working to increase the cap in response to public demand. Users may build video meetings on the fly or arrange them on…