Microsoft has announced the availability of Connected Templates for use with Microsoft Teams and SharePoint. The connected templates will allow a user to combine Microsoft Teams templates with SharePoint templates
Microsoft Teams has quickly become one of Microsoft’s most popular applications. This is not surprising how versatile the app is. One of the main features of Teams is the ability to share and manage files. These days, security is even more of a priority, it is even more important to know how to share files securely in Teams and help your organization to protect sensitive data.
Microsoft announced that next year, customers and individuals without global or billing admin rights can sign up for Microsoft Project or Microsoft Visio 30-day trials before directly purchasing subscriptions or engaging their IT procurement team.
Happy Holidays! Spread the joy this season using the Starbucks App in Microsoft Teams. This unique app makes gifting a cup of coffee to a co-worker as simple as sending a Teams chat.
Microsoft has made generally available end-to-end encryption for one-to-one Microsoft Teams calls after announcing the feature earlier this year.
Microsoft will be updating guest user functionality within the Microsoft Teams app.
You can now stay muted to avoid unwanted background noise during a meeting and rapidly respond when called upon. You can now use a shortcut to unmute while holding down the keys Ctrl+Space (Windows) and Option+Space (macOS), then release keys to go back to muted state again. The feature is supported only on Teams Desktop.
During a Microsoft Teams meeting, users can currently pin the video feed of other participants to increase the size of the desired video on their own screen. This makes it always visible even when others are speaking. Now, the company is planning to roll out a new feature that will help you to pin your own video on the stage in increased size.
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