Microsoft Teams will soon allow 9 people to video chat simultaneously
Microsoft Teams will soon allow 9 people to video chat simultaneously

Sharing the information from its official Twitter handle, Microsoft Teams said that they will soon allow 9 people to video chat simultaneously on screen. Currently the feature limits 4 people to join a group video chat simultaneously on screen, due to which it is difficult to organize a face to face digital meeting between more than 4 people at the same time.

By the way, if you look at the rivals of Microsoft Teams present in the market, Zoom currently allows up to 49 people to video chat at the same time, 25 people can do video chat simultaneously on Google Hangout. Up to 25 people can be video chat simultaneously on Microsoft proprietary Skype.

Although Zoom is offering 49 people to video chat simultaneously and some users consider it easy to use, but recently a lot of questions have been raised about the privacy and security of Zoom. On the other hand, no privacy related questions have been raised on Microsoft teams so far.

Along with giving the facility of video chat to 9 people at the same time on screen, Microsoft Teams is also bringing tags that helps a user to find another user of their organization. Soon, a specific team or department in Microsoft Teams will be separated by tagging so that all departments of the entire organization do not have to spam for any particular query (such as a customer support related query).

So Microsoft Teams can bring some such features soon. Now you tell us in the comment below, what other features should be brought in Microsoft Teams. May be they are reading the same post.

Read also: Google Duo Supports 12 People to Video Chat Simultaneously

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