Microsoft Teams for iOS updated with video calls support, ability to create new channels

Microsoft Teams for iOS updated with video calls support, ability to create new channels
A significant update has just hit Microsoft's Teams app for iOS devices. As the title says, the update brings video calls support into the mix, as well as other new features.

If you're using Teams on your iOS device, upgrading to the latest version will allow you to connect face to face using the newly added video calls feature. Also, you can easily add or remove team members.

Another notable change included in the update is the ability to create new channels. Moreover, Teams users can now rename group chats and add new members to existing conversations.

The image viewer has been improved and allows users to zoom and pan smoothly. On top of that, support for previewing files in chats has been enhanced as well. iPad users rejoice, as Microsoft confirmed the update should tailor user experience for iOS tablets, so you'll now benefit from a dedicated UX if you're firing up Teams app on an iPad.

Lastly, the official changelog mentions that a fair number of bugs have been addressed and that the update contains many performance improvements.



source: App Store via MSPU

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