In the crucial moments in which we find ourselves, the applications to communicate with family and friends and aid to facilitate the remote working has gained more prominence than at any other time. In a time of confinement, the contact, even if it is virtual, it is essential to.
In the case of Microsoft we have Skypein both a playful and professional, but also with Teams, the tool of the american company destined to facilitate the team work. A utility that Microsoft announces will receive five new features that will arrive this year, some this month.
Greater control of the meetings
Functions that seek to to facilitate the intervention and the control of the users when you participate in conversations several bands as is the case of the notice of participation with the function of raising the hand, the possibility to close a meeting for all at once, or the obtaining of reports of participation.
- Uploading function to the hand: an improvement that is being implemented worldwide throughout this month, and that allows the participants of the meeting indicate that they want to participate. Just click on the icon for manual lifting on the control bar of the meeting.
- End easy of a meeting: now the organizer or organizers of a meeting, may be completed for all participants with the click of a button in the options of the control bar of the meeting.
- Control participants: to know at all times who has joined a meeting, the organisers will be able to download a report of participants , which is in the list of participants. A report that includes schedules of entry and exit for participants.
- Noise suppression in real-time: the system makes use of Artificial Intelligence to reduce the background noise that is distracting in meetings. It is a feature that will arrive later this year.
- Custom backgrounds: you can replace the background in the meetings of Teams with our own images custom. Supplementing the background blur, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to blur the environment that is behind our.
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