Microsoft Teams may be the best means of communication for your work and family. Teams is Microsoft’s application that is used as a communication hub. Another similar program to this one might be Slack. At this moment, even Google is using the Microsoft platform for its employees.
Since such an increasingly high number of people is being forced to work from home, Microsoft is coming with great news. They are planning on working on several new features to make their Microsoft Teams application more user-friendly. The most interesting official declaration states that Microsoft Teams will be a handy tool to use not only for work or school but also for families.
Because the Teams platform has become invaluable for business, Microsoft is trying to be ahead of the competition and offer its users the ability to switch from work to family with only one click. What is challenging is making people forget about Messenger, Facebook, Instagram or WhatsApp.
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This possible future upgrade militates for saving users’ time because keeping in touch with all the people part from both your personal and professional life is crucial. In addition to this, users that are not comfortable with using the technology are saved.
If they were to spend a lot of time sending some messages on five different platforms probably that would lead to them renouncing. But having one known environment from where one can have all his work done is a lot easier.
According to the official declarations of Microsoft, the Microsoft Teams is going to feature shared to-do-lists that members of a chat can edit in real-time by assigning tasks and coordinating the team members, as well as sharing photos and videos. In the meantime, in the family setting, parents will be able to plan outings or important appointments and assign different tasks to their kids.
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