The way we interact has definitely changed in recent years. Thanks to technology, we have the ability to work from virtually anywhere and minimize unnecessary face-to-face meetings. But there are things that don’t change hybrid world: a the need for human connection and a sense of community.
Following this path Microsoft announces today Communities, not Microsoft Teamsone new star an experience that allows people to join, connect, share and collaborate together🇧🇷 This experience gives groups of all types a digital space to stay connected before, during and after meetings. The communities are currently working on a free version of Microsoft Teams.one.
During this year Microsoft more than 450 functions introduced in Microsoft Teams to help organizations meet growing workforce needs. Except Communities, not Microsoft TeamsHere are some of the latest features designed to make meetings more inclusive, collaborative and productive:
- avatars: it’s already possible create your own animated avatars easy in Teams. With Mesh, users have hundreds of options, from physical attributes to accessories, and can choose multiple reactions to express themselves without turning on the camera.
- Excel live: Teams meeting participants can now share and collaborate on Excel files in real time during calls without having to open the files on their devices.
- smart resume: A powerful new AI experience that lets you create tasks, automatically generate meeting summaries, and share personalized moments from recordings.
- Enhanced meeting protection: allows you to protect sensitive information with options such as watermarking to prevent leakage or restrict who can and cannot record a meeting.
one Communities in Teams are available in the free version of Microsoft Teams, Teams Essentials when you sign up with a Microsoft account, Microsoft 365 Personal, and Microsoft 365 Family.