Now that remote work, remote learning, and getting in touch with family and friends online is becoming more and more common (and, at times, necessary), tools like Microsoft Teams make it easier for anyone to chat with their contacts, hold online meetings, and organize and manage different teams of co-workers remotely. It puts in your hands the quality inherent to all Microsoft products with controls and functions that are easy to use, even for those with advanced accessibility requirements.
Even though Microsoft Teams is clearly oriented to the enterprise world, you can also use this powerful tool simply to contact friends, family, learning partners, etc., so your world doesn’t stop at times when meeting up face to face is not convenient or safe. Actually, the free version of this tool has been explicitly devised for home use – if you or the company you work for want to make use of its full potential for business, a license fee is required.
The program has been designed to hide its powerful functionality behind the simplest of interfaces. A vertical menu on the left-hand side of the screen includes icons for Teams’ main functions – chatting, creating and managing teams (or just groups), a calendar, making calls (with both audio and video), and a place to download, send, share, and store documents. An “Activity” icon is also provided to give you an overview of all your current and past activities. more
Instant messaging and chatting application.
Simple and secure messaging application for coworkers.
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IM application which helps you to chat with your Facebook.
It allows you to send messages to all your Facebook contacts.