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  1. Friday gift: Microsoft Teams bugs puts calls directly in voicemail A Microsoft Teams change is causing calls to go directly to voicemail, much to users' happiness worldwide. At approximately 3 PM EST today, Microsoft tweeted that a bug is causing Microsoft Teams calls to go straight to Voicemail. A later tweet says that a recent change caused the bug and that they are rolling back the change on their infrastructure. While admins may be happy that the bug is being fixed, Microsoft Teams users worldwide look at this as a Friday
  2. Microsoft Teams hit by a bug, wants users to select a certificate [Update] Microsoft Teams seems to be experiencing a bug since this morning. A recent update seems to have caused a "Select a certificate" prompt to be displayed to Teams users before they can use the software. The issue shows up when the service tries to reach us-prod.asyncgw.teams.microsoft.com while signing into the service. The prompt displays to users even before they can log in to use the software. Microsoft has acknowledged the bug and is tracking the issue under the 'TM261228'
  3. Microsoft Search will soon be able to find Teams meeting recordings based on what was said Microsoft is in the process of moving Microsoft Teams meeting recordings to OneDrive and SharePoint, and that is bringing a number of advantages. One of them is that users will soon be able to find a meeting recording based on what was said in the meeting using Microsoft Search. Previously, Teams meeting recordings were only searchable based on the Title of the meetings. You will now be easily able to find Teams meeting recordings based on not just the
  4. Microsoft is improving the Large Gallery view in Microsoft Teams for iOS and Android Microsoft has announced that it will be improving the “Large Gallery” layout for meetings on Teams mobile. The view will become mobile-optimised, letting you easily swipe through all the participants in a meeting. The view now supports up to 10 participants per page on both phones and tablets. The improvement is coming to both iOS and Android, but only iOS devices with iOS 13 and above and Android devices with Android 9 or with 4GB of RAM and above wi
  5. Microsoft Teams calls are getting end-to-end encryption in July Microsoft Teams is getting better security and privacy next month with the addition of end-to-end encrypted 1:1 voice calls. While Microsoft Teams already encrypts data at rest and in transit, it allows administrators to configure automatic recording and transcription of voice calls. Due to this, Microsoft Teams calls are not suitable for sharing very sensitive information that should remain private between two individuals. Starting in July, Microsoft Teams is
  6. Microsoft Teams for personal use is now generally available with features for family and friends Teams isn't just for work anymore. Use it with your family and friends too! What you need to know Microsoft Teams for personal use is now out of beta. Features group and video chats, a shared dashboard, and more. It's available today on iOS, Android, PC, and Mac. Source: Windows Central Last year, Microsoft unveiled a new version of Microsoft Teams built specifically for friends and family. It was a version of Teams that wasn't for work, b
  7. Microsoft Teams is getting Live Transcription support for unscheduled and channel meetings Microsoft is planning to expand the AI-powered Live Transcription feature to unscheduled and channel meetings in Teams. Indeed, the company recently added new entries to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, indicating that these updates are coming to Teams meetings in July (via Neowin). Microsoft Teams launched the new Live Transcription with speaker attribution feature for meetings in March this year. Currently, the transcription capability is only supported on the Teams deskt
  8. Microsoft announces Reading Progress for Teams for education Microsoft Teams offers a wide range of tools for educators and students already, and Microsoft today announced another major new feature specifically aimed at younger children, called Reading Progress. As you can probably infer from the name, the purpose of the feature is to help children with their learning process when it comes to reading and pronunciation, a skill that's been harder to train over the past year due to remote learning becoming much more prevalent. In fact, Microsoft points to a recent st
  9. Microsoft details the improvements made to Teams in April Microsoft today detailed all the features added to its Teams collaboration service in the month of April, providing information on updates made to the various features and capabilities. These include improvements to Breakout rooms, polling, Teams Rooms improvements and updates about new devices, mobile app updates, and much more. Starting things off are updates to the Breakout rooms feature. The tool now lets organizers reassign users to different rooms even if they are open. These assig
  10. Microsoft Teams usage jumps to 145 million daily active users Teams continues to grow a lot during the pandemic Microsoft now has 145 million people using its Microsoft Teams communications app. This is another increase of 26 percent since Microsoft revealed Teams usage had jumped during the pandemic to 115 million daily active users in October 2020. Usage of Teams has spiked over the past year, with businesses continuing to flock to services like Teams, Slack, and Zoom. To put the 145 million figure in perspective, at the beginning of the pan
  11. Microsoft Teams: This new look for your meetings has just arrived Microsoft has now released Dynamic View to improve video meetings when slides are being shared. Microsoft has released its Teams Dynamic View feature as a public preview after teasing the feature back in January. Dynamic view is intended to make video meetings in Teams better by automatically resizing shared content, such as slides, and video participants' faces. "Dynamic View ensures that important items like audio/video thumbnails, content, pins/spotlights are shown as large as possible on yo
  12. Microsoft Teams will soon get Breakout Rooms improvements and better bandwidth management Microsoft is working on a bunch of new features that will allow users to have better controls over the Breakout Rooms feature that was introduced to the platform last year. The Redmond giant recently updated its roadmap webpage with new entries pointing at the upcoming improvements to the Breakout Rooms feature. Firstly, Microsoft is working adding extended management support to Breakout Rooms. The feature will allow an organiser to extend the management of Breakout Rooms
  13. Microsoft Teams gets support for Live transcription with speaker attribution Microsoft today announced the availability of live transcription in Microsoft Teams meetings for English (US). This feature also supports speaker attribution. After the meeting is over, the saved meeting transcript will be available for reference and download in Teams for desktop and web. Availability details: Live transcription with speaker attribution is available for scheduled Microsoft Teams meetings (in U.S. English) to our public cloud customers wit
  14. Microsoft Teams update is rolling out with new dark UI, Fluent Design icons Microsoft has been working hard on enabling Fluent Design for Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 products, and it’s now started rolling out new icons for Microsoft Teams with version As part of the redesign, which Microsoft calls “Fluent Design” or “modern design”, Teams for Windows 10 is getting updated with new rounded icons for various buttons, such as conversation, meeting notes, participants and more. In addition to Fluent Design icons, Microsoft Teams is also
  15. Microsoft announces End-to-end encryption (E2EE) and multigeo support for Teams Microsoft today announced that End-to-end encryption (E2EE) for 1:1 Teams calls will be available in preview in the first half of 2021 for commercial customers. To help customers meet their security and compliance requirements, Microsoft Teams will offer this E2EE feature as an additional option for conducting sensitive online conversations. For example, a call from an IT admin giving an employee her password over Teams could be conducted with E2EE. At st
  16. Microsoft Teams iOS app updated with the ability to forward meetings to one or more people Microsoft yesterday released a new update for Microsoft Teams app on the Apple App Store. This Version 2.4 comes with two new features. You can now forward meetings to one or more people. Second, you can now create and join events with Teams personal users. Find the full change log below. Create and join events with Teams for friends and family. Simply sign in and meet. Forward meetings to one or more people. As always, this update also includes several bu
  17. New History menu is now rolling out in Microsoft Teams Navigation in Microsoft Teams is about to become a lot smoother and quicker to manage. Indeed, Microsoft has started rolling out a new History menu in the desktop version of Teams, and it will be generally available by the end of this month, according to the Microsoft 365 roadmap. As you probably know, Microsoft Teams comes with backward and forward navigation buttons that are available on the top left corner of the desktop client. The navigation bar allows users to jump back and forth between their Tea
  18. Guest access is now enabled by default in Microsoft Teams Microsoft has recently announced some changes to the default setting for Guests in Microsoft Teams. Indeed, the company has enabled Guest access by default in the app for all new and existing tenants worldwide (via Windows Central). “Beginning on February 8th, 2021, we are turning on Guest access in Microsoft Teams by default for any customers who have not configured this setting. This will bring Teams Guest capability into alignment with the rest of the suite, where the setting is already on by default,” t
  19. Microsoft details what's new in Teams for January Today, Microsoft published its monthly roundup for what's new in Teams. And as usual, there's quite a bit that's new this month. It's broken up into categories, so let's dive in. The first bucket is Chat & Collaboration. You can now have up to 10,000 users on an org-wide team, and as we learned earlier this week, Teams will queue messages sent while you're offline, automatically sending them when you're back online. The third feature is called Approvals, and as you can see in
  20. Microsoft Teams update to reduce CPU and RAM usage of the app Over the past few years, some reports have been popping up regarding performance issues when using Microsoft Teams on low-end Windows devices. More users have chimed in with their feedback, and it seems pretty clear at this point that Microsoft Teams is not optimized for all low-end configurations. In a new status update on the community forum, Microsoft has confirmed that it’s considering performance improvements for Teams desktop client to cut down RAM and CPU usage. Microsoft simply
  21. Microsoft brings Yammer community notifications to Microsoft Teams Last year, Microsoft released the Yammer Communities app in Teams. Last week, Microsoft has announced the rollout of notifications from Yammer communities in Microsoft Teams. With this support, users can stay up to date with notifications coming from their Yammer communities while in Teams. The Yammer notifications will be displayed in the Teams Activity feed on web, desktop, and mobile. Yammer/Communities app in Microsoft Teams is suitable for following communication scenarios: Large scal
  22. Tasks in Microsoft Teams gets confetti animation, more Microsoft has added minor UI improvements to the Tasks experience in Microsoft Teams, helping users to “celebrate completed tasks and stay motivated.” The first is a new confetti animation when you complete a list of tasks or checklist in Microsoft Teams. The animation is triggered when a user clicks the Completed button in a task. Microsoft has also updated the progress bar, and users will now see the progress bar at the top of the checklist in task cards. This change is also c
  23. Microsoft Teams will queue your message when you're offline starting in January In September of last year, Microsoft detailed a bunch of features for Teams that introduced enhancements to its video calling and chat features, among others. The announcement also made mention of upcoming support for offline sending on desktops, though there was no specific date then for its rollout. Now, an update posted to the Microsoft 365 roadmap website has revealed when that feature will become available. Later this month, Microsoft Teams will add the ability to queue mes
  24. You can now drag and drop file attachments directly from Outlook to Teams Microsoft Teams is one of the best collaboration tools as it gives you a wide range of features that make it easier for you to collaborate with your colleagues with ease. And the good news is that Teams will keep getting better as Microsoft is working towards adding more new useful features to its collaboration tool. One of the useful features that Microsoft is currently working on is the ability to drag and drop file attachments directly from Outlook to Teams. This wi
  25. Microsoft Teams Revised in-meeting Share experience leaked Microsoft is working on a new in-meeting Share experience, intended to make it easier for presenters to find the content they wish to screen share. The feature is expected to roll out in February, but was leaked earlier by Alumia, and can be seen pictured below: The new share experience is much more compact, and lists recently used files. It is also now attached to the top rather than bottom of the screen. The old version, which used up much more screen real est
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