In today's updated blog, Microsoft Teams has also released some important updates. These include personalized mobile Teams experience and a schedule management tool called Shifts. in additionMicrosoftIt also promises to have more features online by the end of this year, including customized backgrounds for video chat, an upgraded version of the Smart Background Blurring technology that Teams debuted last year.
Microsoft Teams will also integrate online real-time subtitling, which is currently available in Skype and PowerPoint. Microsoft said: "Real-time subtitles can make Teams members more inclusive and allow deaf or hearing impaired people who use different languages to participate in meetings." Microsoft also announced today that the online conference function in Teams can accommodate up to 10,000 people at the same time. This function also integrates Stream or Yammer and other Microsoft 365 tools, and uses artificial intelligence to achieve automatic transcription.
In the blog post, Microsoft also introduced the upcoming Microsoft Whiteboard feature, which can support additional cameras to shoot content. "With any USB camera, Microsoft Teams Rooms can use Microsoft's latest smart capture processing algorithm to capture, focus, adjust and enhance images and text on the whiteboard, so that remote participants can see the whiteboard in real time and clearly, even before someone stands on the whiteboard," the company explained.