Microsoft is set to roll out a new feature for Microsoft Teams by the end of the year. And it will make it easier for users to add new members to group chats, according to an entry in the company road map (Opens in a new tab).
The description reads: “Add new participants to a chat with @mention, removing the need to go to the add dialog.”
However, less IT-savvy employees may be less excited about the news, not realizing that the @ mention has added them to a new group, potentially missing out on important information.
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This change makes the process of adding new chat members easier, which is ideal for companies with multiple chat channels, as well as for hiring new employees.
In general, the streamlined process should see an improvement in chat efficiency, making it easier Online collaboration accompanied by colleagues.
The description continues: “When you add a new participant, you can control how much chat history to share,” which could be useful for protecting sensitive information.
Microsoft expects to roll out this update in December 2022, but for now, it appears that they are still developing and testing the method.
trying to maintain its position against a group of Microsoft Teams alternativesthe company updates Teams regularly, sharing small and sometimes hidden clues in its roadmap.
Also set to launch in December 2022, users will soon be able to delete conversation threads from their view to help them maintain clarity.