In a transitional period of competition in the digital world, and the urge for new digital features for connecting people online during this pandemic situation, Microsoft takes a lead and has reported some huge new updates coming to Teams.
The greatest of this is the new feature that has been added to the list, which tries to bring people together through a virtual meeting room platform, conference halls, and other advanced settings instead of just having multiple faces on the screen.
The Together Mode has been in use for a few weeks now and works on artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to create a live virtual avatar of people on the call. The meeting rooms, conference halls, coffee shops, and various other settings are placed in order to make people comfortable with each other and the background setting.
Microsoft additionally plans to add new dynamic views to Teams, which lets multiple users share content at the same time. The idea is to let every user display their point of view simultaneously to have an engaging session.
Microsoft Teams is also planning to get the filters and lighting features in order to enhance the meeting environment.
Lastly, Microsoft plans to improve the Teams’ capabilities to support up to 1,000 participants at a time. If you want to host a webinar, where the audience is only watching, Microsoft teams support up to 20,000 participants soon.
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