In today’s business world, we are increasingly relying on chat apps like Microsoft Teams to communicate with our coworkers. While this is a great way to stay in touch, maintaining a sensible workflow can also be difficult if you and your team constantly send messages back and forth.
We all have too many ways to communicate and live in a world of constant pings, bongs, and other indications of arriving messages. In some respects, Teams chats are more demanding than emails.
As remote teams become more common and spread across multiple time zones, Teams is introducing the schedule send feature that allows users to schedule chat messages to be delivered in the future.