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      Microsoft Teams Gets a Redesign Which Now Claimed to Use 50 Percent Less Memory | Details Inside

      Microsoft has launch a redesign Microsoft Teams application that is claim to be more responsive and user-friendly. As Microsoft announce that Teams users can expect a revamp app that is up to two times faster than its current version, with functions such as launching the programme and connecting to video calls taking half the time.

      The redesign Microsoft Teams app also claims to have smoother scrolling and does not use placeholder assets.

      Also Microsoft claims that the new Teams uses 50% less memory.

      Microsoft claims that the redesign takes into account all user feedback and the new Teams application focuses on “speed, performance, flexibility, and intelligence,” boost by AI-power experiences such as Copilot announce earlier this month.

      The Microsoft claims that teams will now deliver two times faster performance, using 50% less memory.

      Joining meetings is expect to be twice as fast, and switching between chats and channels is said to be 1.7 times faster, claims Microsoft.

      Microsoft also claims to have optimise the Teams data, network, chat, and video architecture.

      A substantial amount of this improvement is also due to the app’s switch from Electron to Microsoft’s Edge WebView 2 rendering engine.

      Microsoft mentions that it switch from AngularJS to React as the framework for web development for Teams and standardise on Microsoft’s Fluent UI UX control system.

      The canvas colour has modified from grey to white, and the trademark purple Teams colour has been tone down.

      Microsoft has made emojis more cohesive across Microsoft 365.

      New Microsoft Teams backgrounds, group profile picture additions, and group theming will be available later 2023.

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      New Microsoft Loop is use in the new Teams app.

      You can now work on a Loop element directly within Microsoft Teams chats without having to quit the app.

      The Microsoft Teams also claims to serve as the foundation for next-generation AI experiences, such as smart recap and Copilot for Microsoft Teams, as per Microsoft.

      Microsoft has also improve its authentication model, synchronisation, and notification systems in order to offer a streamline and stable experience for users with organisations that involve multiple tenants and accounts.

      Instead of logging in and out of different tenants and accounts, users can now stay sign in to all of them and receive notifications irrespective of which one they are using at a given time.

      During its January earnings report, Microsoft said that Microsoft Teams had 280 million monthly active users.

      Microsoft intends to make this latest edition of Teams available to all users subsequently this year, but it will be immediately accessible to Windows users who sign up for the company’s Public Preview programme, though an administrator may need to enable this for the users’ organisation first.

      You are also able to easily switch between the newer and older versions of Teams if need.

      Microsoft emphasises that users will constantly be able to return to the previous Teams experience, at least for now.

      The Microsoft also confirm that later this year, Mac support will be added.

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