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In Mobile Preview Microsoft Teams Rolling Out Personal Chat Groups | Video Calls | Location Sharing and Many More !

HI FRIENDS,

Microsoft is expanding the features of Teams to include personal communication with friends and family.

Traditionally used by offices and work places Teams will now let you add your personal account and let you communicate via text or video chats, group calls, share your location and even store and share your home WI-Fi password, login information, and so on with the people you want.

These new features are currently being roll out in the coming weeks as a preview for the mobile version of Teams on Android and iOS.

Microsoft says that it plans on expanding these features to the desktop and web versions of Teams later this year.

Looking at some of the new features

It appears that Microsoft is trying to take on other popular messaging platforms such as iMessage, WhatsApp and Telegram.

If you already use Microsoft Teams for work purposes,

Then you can simply go to settings and add your personal account.

Some of the new features available in mobile preview includes group chatting and video calling.

You’ll also be able to share GIFs, photos, video, documents and even your location,

Either to an individual or the entire group.

Keep in mind that for all this to work you’ll need to get your other friends and family members to sign up for a Teams account too.

When sharing items in a group

You’ll be able to sort things like lists, documents, and calendars through the ‘Dashboard’ tab.

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If you are an Office 365 user

Then having a personal Teams account is not a bad idea since it integrates with Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

There’s also a new feature called ‘Safe,’

Which seems interesting as it lets you store personal information such as Wi-Fi passwords, government IDs, login information, etc.

You can then choose to share any of this with other members in your family,

Which is secure by a two-factor authentication and end-to encryption.

The new features will come to the desktop, web version of Teams later this year

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