Microsoft Teams is getting these new “communities” features. Here’s how it works:


Microsoft is launching new community features exclusively for Teams free users. You can now create spaces for groups to share ideas, organize events, share photos, and more with Teams’ collaboration platform.

The Teams community will help increase Teams’ appeal among consumers beyond Teams’ traditional enterprise user base. The Teams community is aimed squarely at consumers and is open to anyone with a Microsoft account and the Teams free iOS and Android apps. According to Microsoft, it will be coming to the desktop soon.

Anyone with Skype, OneDrive, Outlook.com, or Xbox Live has a Microsoft account.The user must be signed in with her one account, then[ホーム]You can access your Teams community from the tab. Users who normally use a work or school account will need to switch to her personal Microsoft account to use this feature.

Teams community features are very similar to what people tend to do with Facebook groups, blending with the group communication features people use with WhatsApp groups. Whether using these features in a single app to expand your Teams community among consumers, small businesses, or groups that are likely already using Facebook groups for events and WhatsApp groups for communication It would be interesting to check the

Teams free communities offer the usual chat, call, and file sharing features, but group-related features include posting messages to everyone in the group. Organize events and add them to your community calendar for everyone to see. Share and save documents for group activities. Filter content to access photos, videos, events and links.

Microsoft wants the Teams community to be adopted by recreational sports teams, various committees, parent associations, small businesses, and more.

In January, Microsoft announced that Teams Number of monthly active users exceeded 270 million. this Since then it has not provided an update on its user countbut meanwhile, Integrate Teams chat button into Windows 11 taskbar.

Community features could help improve Teams user numbers beyond enterprise users Anyone who has used Teams in Office 365 and now Microsoft 365 since 2017.

user can Create a community in Teams for free You can display the types of communities recommended by Microsoft on your home screen, add group photos and community branding. Group admins can invite members via email, phone number, link or her QR code. Next year, Microsoft will bring access to SignUpGenius in Teams. This is a feature that helps recruit volunteers, coordinate events, and manage sign-ups.

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