According to Microsoft’s product roadmap, this feature is currently in development and can be launched this month.
Microsoft’s new feature has arrived
Microsoft has added a new feature that is going to make its search functionality even better. This new feature named Top Hits is coming to Microsoft Teams. Microsoft has published a new entry in the Microsoft 365 Cloud PC service roadmap and according to this, Top Hits will automatically be added and generate the most relevant search results for you.
The Top Hits feature is still in development and is expected to be rolled out by the end of August. According to Microsoft, the Top Hits section will auto-suggest you the most accurate results regarding chats, files, people and other content. With the help of this feature, you can search faster. At the same time, it adds another layer of search algorithms to Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft is adding many new features to make Teams famous here. Keeping in mind the epidemic here, the company has announced to add these features. This includes video calls and file sharing. The company has also made it possible for users of Microsoft Teams to merge work and personal accounts in the same app at the same time. The feature was introduced about a month back, allowing people to use both their personal and work accounts on a single app on Windows PC, where the company has now introduced the need to toggle between two different types of accounts. has been removed.
Microsoft has also added new video conferencing features to the platform such as reporter mode, standout mode and side-by-side mode on the pandemic. With the help of these modes, users can replace the background in the content which will be shown in the presentation. Apart from this, he can also put a picture of the presenter. Other features that are included in this are chat bubbles, spotlighting multiple users meeting, automatic mic sensitivity adjustment and auto recording of meetings.
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