Microsoft has given a big gift to the users of its Teams platform. Users will now be able to make 24-hour voice and video calls on Microsoft Teams. Up to 300 people will be able to join simultaneously on both types of calls. Microsoft has moved a few steps ahead of its announcement with Zoom and Google Meet platform. Microsoft has said in a blog post that in the coming month, users should stay connected, so the company is giving them free voice and video calls for 24 hours. Up to 300 people can join the call.
To enable users to use the software more for personal use, the company has added some more features to the Teams application for both Android and iOS versions. On Microsoft Teams, users will now be able to create a group chat of up to 250 people and can see up to 49 members simultaneously during a virtual conversion.
How Microsoft Teams can use
Let us know that users can join virtual calls on Microsoft Teams without Microsoft account or Teams app. Microsoft can invite people through host links on Teams. This link can be accessed directly from the web browser. This feature works like that on Zoom, Google Meet and other similar video conferencing platforms.
Recently, Zoom announced this
A few days ago, Zoom announced that she would temporarily remove the 40-minute time limit on video calls on the occasion of the American Festival of Thanksgiving. The company had claimed that it was taking this step so that American families could follow the gateway virtually, following social distancing rules.