Microsoft has now brought the Microsoft Teams app download to the Microsoft Store, providing a new installation method for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users other than a manual download.
On your own video feed in a Teams meetings, you will no longer have to see the text flipped on a virtual background with text in it. You will have the option to un-mirror and see the text correctly.
For Team Owners, a new dynamic tag to use in Teams channel posts will soon allow you to notify all team owners of the post.
Microsoft is adding support for joining meetings in another cloud anonymously in Teams on the desktop. This new functionality will only affect the Teams desktop client. Teams web client meeting join experiences will remain unchanged as they already support cross cloud meeting join.
Microsoft Teams users in a meeting will soon have the option to turn on Together Mode for all participants in a meeting. Together mode is a great way to have fun with Teams meetings and have a slightly nicer meeting experience. This feature with a great way to ensure everyone has the same experience without relying on people to know how to turn it on.
Microsoft Teams includes a powerful automatic noise suppression feature which is enabled by default for most users. This means any background noise, including music playing in your environment, will be automatically removed from your speech or presentation.
Microsoft Teams users will soon be able to choose a Show As status for meetings they organize. Currently the default Show As value for all the meetings an organizer creates is Busy.
Microsoft is introducing a highly requested Admin feature for Microsoft Teams, the ability to download data from the Teams Admin Center.
Microsoft is going to make its Teams app available in the Microsoft Store starting in May 2022.
The SharePoint page layout for the site that ‘sits behind’ your team in Teams is being revamped. Also changing is how the site theme and navigation is inherited when the Teams-connected sites are added to a hub site.