Cross-border workgroups will be happy to innovate with Microsoft.
After the outbreak of the coronavirus, many companies switched to work from home, and thanks to programs like Zoom, Skype, or Microsoft Teams, meetings can be held even when we’re not in the same room.
No wonder Microsoft is trying to hone the experience of the platform, which could be even better early next year.
A feature arrives that already shows you exactly how many hours the user has. Indicating local time can come in handy when scheduling work, especially if someone is leading an international team.
And thanks to this innovation, there is no need to check the different time zones separately, which can be very useful in organizing a multi-country meeting, significantly shortening the conciliation processes.
The feature is still under development, but Microsoft reports that it will be available to every Teams user by the end of January 2022.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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