While the feature development for Teams has been, for some, arguably slow, Microsoft would like to highlight some new and some existing features for Microsoft Education participants going into another Back-to-School season.
Microsoft announced today that their Microsoft Teams collaboration tool will begin rolling out to Government Community Cloud (GCC) customers starting July 17th.
The addition of the App Launcher should make it easier for users to switch out to other Office 365 experiences like Outlook or OneDrive.
Microsoft announced five new assignment and grading features that will be available in its newest communications tool, Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft has published this week an updated Skype to Business to Microsoft Teams roadmap as well a summary of what’s new in the May Update.
Microsoft Teams has been updated this week to support more than 300 file type previews including Office documents, PDFs, video and audio, zip, 3D files and many more.
In a pickle, choosing between which chat communication solutions best fit your work environment? Perhaps Microsoft could tempt you with the inclusion of Teams retention policies being included in Office 365 security and compliance center. Yesterday, the Office team began rolling out the retention policies to Office 365’s security compliance center and estimate the full […]
To celebrate the one year anniversary of Teams, Microsoft today detailed some important milestones and the future AI-inspired features planned for the chat-based collaboration tool.
Microsoft today announced co-founder Justin Chando has joined Microsoft, as part of the company’s plans to expand their education offerings.
Microsoft has raised the team membership limit in Microsoft Teams from 999 to 2,500, a change that will likely be very welcome at big companies using the cloud productivity suite.
According to Microsoft MVP Ryan Hayes, Microsoft will now crawl the web looking for reputable progressive web apps to fill the Windows Store.
Starting today, anyone using an Azure AD account can be added as a guest in Teams, and the company says that consumer Microsoft accounts will be supported in the future.
Microsoft is reportedly testing Guest Access in Microsoft Teams with a very small group of external users, but the much-anticipated feature is not ready yet for the public.