Nothing to Download, Nothing to Buy. Microsoft Teams is all cloud-based, meaning you don’t have to buy new software or install anything. And it’s all completely free for educators and students who have an Office 365 Education subscription (which is also available for free). This is a student introduction guide that supports students using Microsoft Teams mobile app on iPhone / iOS (also useful for android) for remote learning. Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams lets you call your colleagues, friends, and family in one-to-one calls, group calls, or meetings. Soon, you'll be able to use custom backgrounds within the Teams app.
Microsoft Teams has received a host of new updates on iOS today, with most of the new additions focused on user capabilities during a meeting. Along with these capabilities, the update also introduces bug fixes and performance improvements.
The updated Teams app for iOS allows users to easily make Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) calls using the dial pad, although this requires a phone system license. Additionally, it introduces the capability to remove canceled meetings from the calendar and open channel tabs.
It also improves the way users select their audio, video, or phone preferences prior to a meeting, although it's important to note that this particular capability was previously added to the app in February.
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Microsoft Teams' latest version (1.0.70) is now available to download from the App Store. It also gained a few capabilities last month including the ability to insert a note to an RSVP, an audio message sending and recording feature, and support for dark mode which was also added to Teams for Android around the same time.