Microsoft releases Teams worldwide to take on Slack


Following up on its announcement last week, Microsoft has started to roll out Teams, it Slack competitor, to Office 365 users globally. The service was announced late 2016 as a take on the workplace chat app with powerful Office integration and threaded messaging (something Slack didn’t yet have, on the time). For more on the basics of Teams, check out our original post here. Today’s roll out comes along with a few new features, such as audio calls from mobile devices and video calling on Android (iOS and Windows Phone are coming soon). You can also now email an entire…

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