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What's New in Microsoft Teams

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Microsoft Ignite is an annual conference for developers and IT professionals hosted by Microsoft. This year, attendees can expect 1000+ sessions with over 200+ hands-on experiences over four days.

We've detailed some exciting new features coming to Microsoft Teams below. If you are hoping to stay informed throughout this event, visit the Microsoft Ignite website to watch on-demand keynote speeches and sessions.

Here the features we are most excited about. To see a full list of announced features, visit the link at the end of the article.


1. Private Channels: Available starting this week, private channels enable users to create channels in an existing team that can be accessed by only select members of that team.


2. Multiwindow: Users will have the option to pop out chats, meetings, calls, or documents into separate windows. This feature will start rolling out next year.


3.Outlook and Teams: Easily move an email conversation from Outlook, including attachments, into a Teams chat or channel by clicking the "Share to Teams" button that will be available early next year.


Visit the Microsoft Blog to see all features that were announced for Microsoft Teams at Microsoft Ignite 2019



Adam Berguem - Modern Workplace Specialist

Adam Berguem advises businesses in their transition to the Modern Workplace including security, productivity, and collaboration.