By ET Bureau - December 08, 2022 1 Mins Read
Microsoft Corp. announced today a new Microsoft Teams feature targeted at assisting community groups in an effort to take a piece of the market currently dominated by Facebook and Discord Inc.
The service, known as communities in Microsoft Teams, is targeted at organizations like recreational sports teams, committees in charge of planning events, parent-teacher associations, and even small businesses that want to establish a virtual space for communication. The service enables users to send chats, call people, and share photos and files to come together, organize, and share ideas. It is a cross between a Facebook group and a Discord server.
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The new “community experience” enables users to share and store documents related to group activity, organize events and add them to a community calendar, send messages to the entire group with ease, and quickly access images, videos, events, and links by filtering content.
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