Outlook users can now drag and drop files to Microsoft Teams

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Microsoft has launched a new file sharing experience that enables Outlook users to drag and drop files to Teams. The company has announced on the Teams UserVoice page that drag and drop support is now generally available in the Microsoft Teams desktop app for Windows and Mac.

Microsoft Lists for iOS will drop preview tag later this month

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Microsoft’s new Lists app for iOS, which the company introduced at Ignite 2020, is finally dropping its preview tag later this month. The iOS version of the app has been available in public preview since September 2020, and the company has announced via Microsoft 365 Admin Center that it’s coming to the iOS App Store in mid-January. 

Live Captions for 1:1 Calls, multiple number dialing, and more, here's everything added to Teams in December 2020

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In line with the monthly schedule, Microsoft has detailed all the new features added to Teams in the month of December 2020. Since it’s been a busy month for Teams news, the list includes some big enhancements like Virtual Breakout rooms, a new pre-join experience for meetings, and support for Live Captions for 1:1 Calls. Here’s a look at everything you need to know.

New features for OneDrive, Teams and more, here’s everything added to Microsoft 365 in 2020

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The month of December is coming to a close, and it is now time to look back at the new features introduced in Microsoft 365 this year. In 2020, Microsoft announced plenty of new services and features to help users deal with the ongoing pandemic and adapts to remote learning or working.

As usual, we have divided this recap into different sections to highlight different Microsoft 365 apps and services, including OneDrive, Teams, Microsoft Outlook/Word/Excel, and more. Here’s a look at what you need to know.

IoT enthusiasts can now create their own Mute button for Microsoft Teams

IoT enthusiasts can now create their own Mute button for Microsoft Teams OnMSFT.com December 29, 2020

A Microsoft employee has designed a physical Mute button for the Teams desktop client, which will enable users to quickly mute/unmute themselves during meetings. Spotted by WalkingCat, Jennifer Fox, a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, has published a handy guide to help users get a mute button up and running for their next meeting.