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Windows 11 deep dive: Chat with Microsoft Teams

It's been about a year since Microsoft introduced Windows 11, but to many of us, it's still a very new experience. Many people may not have been able to upgrade when it first launched, so if you're still getting to grips with the new OS, we're here to help. We're going to be taking a...

One quick click will soon let you leave a Teams meeting on all your devices

Microsoft Teams makes it very easy to join a meeting on a secondary device by just opening the Teams app on it while you're on a call. Yet, it isn't always easy to leave the meeting on all those devices at the same time, which is why Microsoft recently confirmed that one big change related...

Microsoft Teams now runs natively on Apple Silicon Macs

Microsoft has announced that its communication service, Teams, now runs natively on Apple Silicon Macs. This means that if you have a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, 24-inch iMac, or a Mac Studio powered by the Apple M1 or M2 family of processors, the app will now run at full native speed on those devices. Previously,...

Microsoft is adding new collaboration tools to Teams, including Excel co-editing

Microsoft has announced a handful of new collaboration tools for Teams ahead of Microsoft Inspire, its partner-focused event taking place this week. In addition to new Teams features, Microsoft also introduced Windows 365 Government, bringing cloud PCs to government customers in the United States. The bulk of the announcements is focused on Teams, though, and that...

Microsoft added live captions to Teams on the web and more in June

As we reach the last day of June, Microsoft has once again rounded up all the changes it made to Microsoft Teams during the past month. As per usual, there are a lot of changes, and some are bigger than others. Starting with meetings, there are some notable improvements for Teams on the web. Microsoft has...

Microsoft rolls out echo cancellation and other AI features for Teams calls

Microsoft has announced the availability of a few new AI-based features for Teams, specifically with a focus on improving call quality. While Teams already had a few AI features for video and voice enhancements, there are a few new ones being announced today, such as echo cancellation and de-reverberation. Echo cancellation is about what you'd expect....

Microsoft Teams added video quality improvements and more in May

We're at the end of May, and Microsoft is sharing some of the improvements it made to Teams during the last month, as it often does. As usual, there is a lot of news, but many of the new features are scattered across different devices or specific types of users. One of the more notable improvements...

Microsoft Teams is now available on the Microsoft Store

It's taken a few years, but Microsoft has finally put its Teams communication service on the Microsoft Store, making it easier for users to find and download. Microsoft had announced it would be publishing the app on its digital storefront a few weeks ago through a listing on the Microsoft 365 roadmap, and now, it's...

April updates to Microsoft 365 include easier account switching and new accessibility features

As we're nearing the end of April, Microsoft is once again highlighting the updates made to Microsoft 365 products and services over the past month. This includes some previously-announced features, like tabs in the Windows 11 File Explorer (which aren't actually available yet), as well as new AI-powered calling features that are also on the...

Microsoft Teams will soon be available on the Microsoft Store for Windows 11 and 10

Microsoft will soon be releasing Teams on the Microsoft Store, making it easier for users to download and install the communication app. Currently, the only way to download the "classic" version of Teams is to go to the official website, but that could change as soon as next month. When we say "classic", we're referring to...

Microsoft Teams is getting support for real-time language interpretation and a speaker coach

Today, Microsoft is announcing a handful of new hybrid work features across Microsoft 365. As you might expect, Microsoft Teams is the biggest focus of the new features, and it's getting new features including real-time language interpretation, speaker coach, and more. There's a mix of brand-new features being announced today and previously-announced features that are...

Microsoft introduces new Reading Coach feature for Microsoft 365

Microsoft has announced a new Reading Coach feature for Microsoft 365, geared towards learners and educators. It builds on top of Reading Progress, which was introduced last year in Teams. That allowed teachers to more easily evaluate their students' fluency with online tests, measuring their speed and accuracy. Reading Coach goes a step further in helping...