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Microsoft announced the rollout of the new Tasks app for Microsoft Teams, which provides a new unified view of both personal and team tasks within the app by consolidating tasks across Microsoft To-Do, Teams, Planner, and Outlook.


The rollout is currently happening to a small group of users, and will gradually roll out globally by September 2020. Did you get the new update? Check out its features.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the IT companies moved to a WFH (Work From Home) option to safeguard their employees as well as providing support customers. In the long run, Microsoft Teams is becoming a popular platform for corporates to communicate and interact with the team members.


To make it to the next level, Microsoft announces a new feature called "Together Mode" that will make the virtual interactions more natural by using AI segmentation technology and placing the participants in a shared background.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, as many organizations allowed their employees to work from home, Microsoft Teams became an important application for teams to meet and collaborate online. Microsoft supported them by providing regular feature updates to Microsoft Teams.


Recently the company released a new update that adds two new features to the free version of the popular app. With this new update, free users can now schedule meetings and enable live captions during the meetings.

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Microsoft today announced that Microsoft Teams user can now integrate Yammer by installing the "Communities" app from the Teams App Store. This will give organizations to better connect with their people globally.


The Yammer Communities app is now available. To know more, and to install the Yammer on Microsoft Teams, continue reading further.

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