Microsoft Teams now has over 13 million daily active users

Microsoft Teams hits 13 million daily active users, potentially more than Slack

Microsoft Teams hits 13 million daily active users, potentially more than Slack

Microsoft's unified communications platform for workplace Teams has garnered 13 million daily active users and 19 million weekly active users, the company has announced. Despite the popularity of Slack among its users, the fact that Teams is included with all Office 365 business editions and above has given Microsoft and edge.

Launched in December 2016, Microsoft Teams is almost three years younger than Slack.

Microsoft Teams launched in 2017.

"Microsoft Teams will create more opportunity than anything we've ever had in this productivity space", Spataro said.

Along with the viewer's information, Microsoft shared some upcoming options for Teams. This bad update was rolled back to resolve the problems.

On Thursday, Microsoft announced that Teams has over 13 million daily active users. Furthermore, Teams is now available to Office 365 ProPlus users.

Other Teams announcements concerned features for end users. Read receipts will also be available later this month. With the "Announcements" feature, Teams users can highlight important message in a channel.

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Microsoft has found a way to afford the coveted internal use rights (IUR) offering that lets gold and silver partners use its products to run their businesses, a perk the company last week said it planned to eliminate.

Shift workers are now getting the ability to clock out using a "Time Clock" feature in the Shifts module of Teams.

These features help Microsoft Teams users communicate across multiple channels and send out information more efficiently.

Microsoft - which reportedly considered a multi-billion-dollar acquisition bid for Slack before developing its own tool - has thrown significant resources behind Teams and has quickly built out new features to cater to a wide range of uses.

The U-turn, delivered on the eve of Microsoft Inspire in Las Vegas, comes in direct response to escalating tensions among partners, with an online petition registering more than 5000 signatures in protest.

The big news is that some partners will be able to launch Teams trials for their customers. Yes, Microsoft would make a few extra bucks each month from the increased invoicing but it would come at the expense of its partner network looking at cost-effective solutions for non-critical parts of their organization.

At the heart of the issue was Microsoft's plans from 1 July 2020 to no longer provide free internal use association for product licenses for the channel, meaning they will now have to be purchased out of the partners' own pockets via a commercial arrangement. Workforce management solutions integration with Teams is another ongoing partner effort.

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