Microsoft Teams has received several interesting news in recent days, both for Android and for iOS. The changelog is quite different between the two platforms, but the changelog are both decidedly juicy; we mention for example the possibility of creating free meetings, research and the possibility of raising your hand. Here are the details:
- Free meetings: it is possible to invite users through a link and it is not necessary to have a Microsoft Teams account to participate.
- Search function in chat and channels.
- A long press on the Teams icon allows you to quickly initiate a call.
- Automatic translation of messages into your preferred language.
- Ability to call and send messages to Skype users for those with a working Teams account
- Search function in chat and channels
- Ability to "raise your hand" during a meeting to indicate that you want to speak
- With a personal Teams account you can share your position in real time, create calendars and group to-do lists, personal "safe" to share sensitive information with friends and family
In these times of pandemic and lockdown, remote work has become one of the main priorities for software houses: Google and Microsoft, in particular, are working to replace Zoom, which in just a few weeks has become the de facto standard of videoconferencing worldwide. Just yesterday, for example, we were telling you that Google Meet has updated itself with better default privacy options, preventing anonymous users from accessing open video conferences.
- Microsoft Teams | Android | Google Play Store, Free
- Microsoft Teams | iOS | Apple App Store, Free
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