Microsoft Teams gets an updated calling interface, CarPlay support, and more

Microsoft is upgrading its calling features inside Microsoft Teams today. Another calling interface will currently show contacts, voicemail, and calling history in a single location. It’s intended to permit Microsoft Teams to all the more effectively supplant people’s desk phone, with built-in spam call protection, reverse number lookup, and the ability to merge calls.

Microsoft Teams clients will likewise have the option to transfer calls between mobile and desktop soon, permitting individuals to rapidly move locations in the middle of an audio or video call. The Teams application will let individuals join without audio on an extra gadget, or basically transfer the call and end it automatically on different gadgets. Microsoft says this specific feature will be accessible in mid 2021.

Individuals who regularly record meetings in Microsoft Teams will likewise observe some new options. People will have the option to record meetings to SharePoint or OneDrive, giving more prominent adaptability than being restricted to Microsoft’s Stream service. That will likewise make it simpler to share calls or transcripts with individuals outside a Teams association.

At last, Microsoft is likewise bringing CarPlay support to Microsoft Teams. This will permit cars with built-in CarPlay to control Teams and for individuals to use Siri to start or answer calls. It’s not satisfactory when Microsoft Team will support Android Auto later on, however.

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