Microsoft and Firefox engineers have pledged to work together to improve the browser's compatibility with Teams meeting calls.
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Microsoft is continuously working to improve the service by releasing timely updates for Microsoft Teams. In this post, I’ll provide a roundup of off the latest feature updates released in March.
Through Microsoft Teams, you can securely collaborate with external stakeholders. And with Teams Connect Microsoft is making it easier to collaborate with those inside and outside your organization. With shared channels, multiple organizations can work together in a shared space. Have conversations, schedule a meeting, share, and co-author files, and collaborate on apps, without ever switching tenants.
Microsoft has introduced a new Jira app for Microsoft Teams. The app allows you to create and comment on existing issues without having to open a new browser tab or application for Jira. It also supports customizable Jira notifications through Teams, searching through Jira from a Teams chat, and improved link cards that are actionable.
Users who share their screen in Teams calling and meetings on web (Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome) will soon have the option to share their computer audio along with sharing their screen.
Microsoft is working to make it easier to communicate with people in Ukraine. The latest Insider build of Skype and Microsoft Teams will include several features that are part of Microsoft's Ukraine-centric efforts, including the ability to make free phone calls to Ukraine.
Microsoft is actively developing useful new features for Microsoft Teams to make it a better platform for virtual collaboration. According to Microsoft 365 roadmap page, the company is currently working on as many as 121 new features for Teams, all of them are expected to be rolled out to the users by the end of this year. While not all upcoming features will be useful for everyone, the addition of the text predictions feature in Teams is something pretty much everybody will appreciate.
Microsoft Teams is also getting a new feature called “Mirror my video” which will make it easier for presenters to mirror their video and read the text written on a physical whiteboard during virtual presentations.
Currently, Administrators are required to use PowerShell to create Teams reports such as All Teams, Channels, Members, and Owners Reports. For an experienced administrator, this may not be much of an inconvenience, but for a newbie there is another way.