Make yourself heard Microsoft Team could become a lot easier (and a lot louder) thanks to the new update.
The TV affair The service announced that it is working on a new feature that will allow chat participants to mention everyone in a group at once.
Similar to how users can now “@mention” a specific person in a chat, Microsoft Teams users will now be able to have the option to @ mention “Everyone”. Doing so means that all participants in the conversation will receive a notification, which means everyone will receive a nudge, but also results in a barrage of potentially jarring pings and alerts on the internet. devices in your office.
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In its entry on official Microsoft 365 roadmap (opens in a new tab), the company says the new feature will be “eliminating the hassle of mentioning people by name or omitting someone.” How true (or disturbing) this may be, only time will tell.
This feature seems to be inspired by the great rival of Microsoft Teams Slackthis allowed chat participants to mention people in the chat by typing “@here”.
The new addition is currently listed as “in development”, but has an expected general availability date of December 2022, so users shouldn’t wait too long. At launch, Microsoft says the feature will be available to all users on Android, Desktop, Web, Mac, and iOS.
The news is the latest upgrade to Microsoft Teams chat as the company wants to make the platform a comprehensive communication service for users everywhere.
This includes a fix that will allow the user follows the entire chat thread after clicking on the search message result. The update means that when a user searches for a chat message in Microsoft Teams and clicks on a message result, they’ll be taken to a view that contains the entire string containing the desired message, instead of just a single line. text as before the case.
Recently, it also makes it possible combine consumer and business accountsallows business users to launch chats and meetings with customers and partners who may be using their personal Teams credentials.