Microsoft News of the Day – Microsoft Teams News

November 19, 2022
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Microsoft has a new sign language view for its Microsoft Teams video conferencing platform, enabling users to select designated signers to be more …

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Microsoft Teams now has a sign language view that helps people who are deaf or hard of hearing..

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Microsoft now says that bringing classic Windows games or brain teasers like Solitaire to Teams can improve productivity for remote and hybrid workers …

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A logo of Microsoft Teams on a dual-tone background. As good as the latest releases of Windows are, the old ones have a charm to them that new …

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The Sign language view is now in public preview on Teams, and Microsoft plans to roll it out for general availability in the coming weeks.

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Microsoft Teams have made leaps and bounds in recent months, and here are the highlights from the past few updates.

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Microsoft Teams now has a new sign language view for meetings. The new accessibility feature will allow people who are deaf or hard of hearing, …

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But since the pandemic, many organizations have relied on web video conferencing software like Microsoft Teams, and now, it's getting even better …

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Microsoft has launched its Games for Work app, which is integrated into Microsoft Teams and makes it easy to play with coworkers.

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Microsoft is testing in-app games in Teams for its Enterprise and Education customers, promising boosted productivity.

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