The Redmond-based tech giant has actually outlined a whole lot of brand-new functions that have actually now been added to Microsoft Teams, such as enhancements to Live Captions and a Spotflight feed. The Microsoft Teams upgrade consists of terrific new features such as enhancements to Live Captions(Image: MICROSOFT) Microsoft has actually also boosted the ease of access settings of Teams by adding speaker attribution to Live Captions so it’s clear who is speaking when something is being said.Live Captions was first included to Microsoft Teams towards the end of last year, and is one of the best functions of the video conferencing service.It’s something that Microsoft Teams’big competing Zoom has only simply added.Speaking about improvements to this function, the Windows 10 makers said:”Microsoft Teams added speaker attribution to live captions so that you can see who is speaking along with what’s being stated, making meetings more inclusive and much easier to follow along. The Microsoft Teams update likewise supports Microsoft Whiteboard in read-only mode( Image: MICROSOFT)Another terrific function that is now readily available in
Microsoft Teams is the capability for organisers to tape a copy of a conference or call and then shop this in OneDrive for Business or in SharePoint.This recording can then be shared with guests or external users later on, so the occasion can be
replayed on-demand at any time.Microsoft Teams has likewise got another a good little touch which will include a bit of colour to your conferences, thanks to the recently included support for Microsoft Whiteboard in read-only mode.So you’ll be able to share a digital white boards in read-only mode for collaborative thinkings, and allow others to edit and collaborate when they’re offered access.The news on all of the brand name new Microsoft Teams includes comes as the Windows 10 makers likewise exposed the most current Teams user numbers.Towards the end of October Microsoft revealed that Microsoft Teams was registering 115million daily active users.Microsoft said”this growth reflects the ongoing need for Teams as the lifeline for remote and hybrid work and learning throughout the pandemic, helping people and organisations in every industry stay agile and durable in this brand-new era.”.