You can now get instant feedback from meeting attendees in Teams.
Microsoft has announced communities in Microsoft Teams. This is a new experience that, according to Microsoft, enables people to come together, connect, share, and collaborate during and after gatherings.
At Microsoft Ignite 2022, the company took the opportunity to unveil their latest innovations coming to Microsoft Teams to “make teamwork easier, more flexible, and inclusive.”
Microsoft plans to introduce a new Teams Premium add-on with personalization, AI functionality and security features built in.
Microsoft is planning to make it easier for users to catch up on important Activity feed notifications in Teams. The Microsoft Teams desktop app is getting a new toggle button that will let users view all unread items in the Activity feed with a single click.
Microsoft Teams is getting a new update that will enable users to start a group chat by inviting members of distribution lists, Microsoft 365 groups, or mail-enabled security groups.
Live Share allows attendees to edit, create, or watch content simultaneously during Teams meetings. With Excel Live, meeting participants can now collaborate on workbooks with their colleagues.
For the times when text messages and emojis just don’t cut it, Microsoft has given Teams users another option for communicating with colleagues: the ability to send short video clips using the chat function.
Microsoft is introducing an update for Teams meetings to automatically support video feeds of 9 (3x3) or more.
Microsoft Teams is introducing a new schedule send feature that allows you to schedule chat messages to be delivered in the future.