Microsoft Teams is a popular tool that helps companies improve communication and collaboration between employees. It has gained increasing popularity in the past few weeks due to the self-quarantine caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. At the time of writing this review, Teams has reached the 44 million user milestone.
It is already announced that by the end of April 2020, users of Skype and Teams would be able to communicate with each other. Previously, many users were reluctant to switch to Teams due to the lack of this feature.
In order to provide better service, Teams updated several new features for both Android and iOS users:
● the ability to turn on live captions during a group call or meeting
● the option to add music when PSTN callers are on hold
● support for vibration and tone alerts for incoming calls received while in the middle of another call
● Easily manage your team’s projects with file editing and sharing on the go
● Connect face-to-face with HD audio and video, and join meetings from almost anywhere
● Chat privately or in groups, and communicate with the entire team in dedicated channels
● Mention individual team members, or the whole team at once, to get your colleagues’ attention
● Focus on what matters most by saving important conversations and customizing your notifications
● Get the enterprise-level security and compliance you expect from Office 365
Teams offers a free plan and multiple paid Office 365 plans which include Teams at no added cost. According to the size or business of your company, you can choose an appropriate one form: Office 365 Business Essentials, where Microsoft Teams will start at $5.00 per user, per month; Office 365 Business, which is $8.25 per user per month; Office 365 Business Premium, which is $12.50 per user, per month.
Eventually, there are special Office 365 Enterprise plans. Office 365 E1 plans include Teams for $8.00 per user, per month. Then, Office 365 E3 plans include Teams for $20.00 per user per month.
Microsoft Teams vs. Zoom, which is the best for you?
The answer to this question depends on your needs.
Zoom is mainly just a teleconferencing solution. When it comes to just video conferencing, Zoom is a great alternative to Teams.
Teams has the most values for businesses. The multiple paid Office 365 plans do not only include audio and video calling under Teams, but can also give you access to other Office 365 apps and Microsoft 365 services. However, not everyone will need these functions.
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