Microsoft Teams gets important innovations

Everything from corporate meetings to gatherings of friends will be easier to organize with it.

Microsoft recently announced new Fluid components for chat, which allow real-time collaboration with elements that can be edited in real time and shared in Teams and Office applications. The innovation is expected to debut sometime in August.

Teams has enjoyed immense popularity over the past year, as many have been forced to relocate office meetings to virtual environments, and thanks to the platform, working from home has also become more transparent and convenient. The innovations make it easier to work synchronously and asynchronously, and Microsoft aims to make Teams a platform that stays useful before, during and after meetings.

With Fluid components, members can create dynamic items, such as to-do lists or spreadsheets, that anyone can edit in real time, and transfer them to other conversations or Outlook calendars without desynchronizing the data. You will finally be able to reply to more than one message at a time, put important things on top of the conversation, and notes taken during meetings will be automatically added to OneNote.

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