It’s finally happening: Users of Microsoft Teams can now enable custom background images without needing a green screen.
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Slack's revenues in the most recent quarter exploded 50 percent year-over-year to $201.7 million as it added a record 12,000 net new paid customers.
With Teams usage surging and soon adding consumer features and Skype integration, many are wondering about the fate of Skype.
Originally expected in April, the integration of Skype functionality into Teams has now been delayed a second time, to June.
Teams has been getting a lot of new features recently, and at Build 2020, Microsoft announced some major new updates for the service.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update to Teams to show 9 participants at once in a call, but it's still way behind Zoom's 49 participants view.
With Teams use exploding, Microsoft has provided an update about the new Teams features that it announced in March.
It's official: you can now make Microsoft Teams calls right from Slack with its latest integration. Slack is also getting VoIP phone integration for Zoom, Jabber, WebEx, RingCentral, and DialPad.
Microsoft claims Skype has seen a significant increase in usage recently, with more than 40 million people using the app daily.
Microsoft is launching new consumer-focused features for the Teams app that will make it easier to share passwords, login information, track family members, etc.
Slack CEO says the company is working on adding Microsoft Teams calls integration, which would allow possibly allow Slack users to call users on Microsoft Teams. It's not clear exactly how the feature would work yet.
Slack gets back at Microsoft Teams: announces it added 7,000 new customers in the space of 47 days as demand for the service increases due to more people working from home.
Microsoft is marking the third anniversary of Teams by adding numerous new features to what it calls a hub for teamwork.
In a virtual press briefing, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella discussed the impact of COVID-19 on his company and the broader world of work.
Microsoft's team communication tool Microsoft Teams goes down, affecting majority in Europe, as Microsoft struggles to cope with increased demand caused by more people working remotely.
Microsoft is working on a new integration between Skype and Microsoft Teams that will enable Teams users to communicate with Skype users, and vice-versa.
Microsoft is making the trial to the paid features of Microsoft Teams available for free for six months in a move to support global health as remote work increases due to coronavirus concerns.
Microsoft is expanding its multi-year partnership with the NFL to include Microsoft Teams, with NFL teams now using the service to collaborate and communicate.
Slack just got its biggest customer: IBM. The company is moving all 350,000 of its employees to Slack, as competition between Slack and Microsoft Teams heats up.
Microsoft appoints Panos Panay as head of new Devices + Windows team, moves Joe Belfiore to Office Experience Group, along with some other leadership changes.
Microsoft announced today that a preview version of Teams for Linux is now available in in .deb and .rpm formats.
The growing competition between Microsoft Teams and Slack is having some influence on Slack, with the company testing a new mobile app design that looks kind of similar to Microsoft Teams.
In the wake of news that Microsoft Teams now has over 20 million active daily users, Slack says it has greater engagement.
Microsoft announced today that Teams now has over 20 million active users, a sharp rise from 13 million in July.
Microsoft announces a massive new update for Teams, with new Linux app, and integrations for Outlook, Whiteboard, Yammer, and Microsoft To Do.
Microsoft could be working on a new portable speaker. Spoiler alert: it's probably not meant for consumers.