Microsoft Teams Get Personal Features to Let Friends, Stay Connected Family

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Microsoft Teams has made your personal features generally available to people on desktops, mobile devices, and the web. This new experience was previewed in the mobile version of Microsoft Teams on Android and iOS devices in June of last year, allowing users to video call with friends, family, and colleagues at the office, in the same way, they would in contact with business customers. 

All users can use the personalized features of Microsoft Teams for free. As announced last year, personal features in Microsoft Teams include video calls and group chats. You can also access the “Together Mode” during video calls with friends and family for a more personalized experience and to recreate the virtual environment of the coffee shop or living room. 

Microsoft also allows you to use real-time emoji reactions and GIFs to express emotions during video calls with friends and family. Additionally, Microsoft Teams allows you to share links to video calls with people who don’t even have the Teams app installed on their phones or desktops. They can join the call through a web browser. 

You can invite up to 300 people to join a team video call at a time. This means that even virtual ceremonies can be held, no matter how far away relatives and friends are from you. Especially in group chats, you can share to-do lists and assign tasks. The group chat will also include future polls. Also, people who do not have an account to use Microsoft Teams can interact in group chats through SMS messages. 

Microsoft Teams with Personal Features is available on all platforms, including iOS, Android, and desktop. If you already have Microsoft Teams to participate in your business meetings, you can add a personal account to start virtual communication with your friends and family. In addition to bringing personal features, Microsoft also announced that it will provide this new experience for free. 

This means that you can talk to up to 300 callers in the Teams app for 24 hours without paying any subscription fees. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Microsoft launched a free product in November. Microsoft’s main goal is to achieve Zoom through its personal features and free video calls. In the first phase of COVID-19 last year, a large number of people started using video calling services, which is why Zoom has been dominating the field of group video calling.

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