Microsoft Teams launches free all-day video calling for friends and family
Microsoft has made personal features in Microsoft Teams available to people all over the world on desktop, tablet, and the internet.
Microsoft Teams is now available for free personal use by friends and families, nearly a year after it was first previewed.
These personal features in Teams are designed to bring you closer to the people you care about so that you can call, talk, schedule, and coordinate things big and small together in one place.
From online calls that will make you feel like you’re in the same place as your loved ones to group chats that will make making plans with your loved ones a breeze, these personal features in Teams are designed to bring you closer to the people you care about so that you can call, chat, plan, and organize things big and small together in one place
The service will allow people to talk, video call, and easily share schedules, places, and data, and it will be almost similar to the Microsoft Teams that companies use.
Microsoft is also continuing to give free 24-hour video calls to everyone, as it did in November’s preview edition.
You’ll be able to have video calls with up to 300 people that can last up to 24 hours.
After the pandemic, Microsoft will impose time limits of 60 minutes for community calls of up to 100 people, but 24 hours for 1:1 calls.
Microsoft Teams for personal use now operates through the web, mobile, and desktop applications, despite the fact that the preview was originally only available on iOS and Android.
Microsoft is now encouraging Teams personal users to use the feature Together mode, which uses AI to segment your face and shoulders and position you in a virtual space with other people.
Microsoft Teams is available for personal use on iOS, Android, and desktop applications.
Source: Tech Gist