Microsoft Teams users are currently receiving new features in the palm of their hands. Communities in Teams, a new feature that enables users of the app to interact, share, and collaborate, was unveiled by Microsoft today. Communities in Teams intends to offer a digital place for all groups, whether they are a small business, a parent-teacher association, an event organizing committee, or a recreational sports team.
Communities are accessible in Microsoft Teams, Teams Essentials, Microsoft 365 Personal, Microsoft 365 Family, and when users check in with a Microsoft account. Users of Teams can share documents, plan events, and publish messages in addition to continuing to chat and make video conversations. Microsoft is likely also attempting to connect with "regular" users who, as of now, only view Teams as a tool for professional communication rather than a general-purpose chat or social app.
“Today, we’re excited to announce communities in Microsoft Teams—a new experience that enables people to come together, connect, share, and collaborate. Communities is currently rolling out in the free version of Microsoft Teams.”
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