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Microsoft Teams available for personal use with free video calls 24/7

Microsoft also released a personal edition of its chat software Teams for use by friends and family members, which includes unlimited free video calls during the day.

Members of the Teams personal edition will now be able to have video conferences of up to 300 individuals that will last up to 24 hours.

According to The Verge, Microsoft would finally impose a 60-minute cap on community calls of up to 100 individuals after the pandemic but would maintain a 24-hour limit on 1:1 calls.

Microsoft previewed the personal edition to Teams on iOS and Android smartphones almost a year earlier.

The personal service is comparable to Microsoft Teams for enterprises in that it enables users to talk, video conference, and conveniently exchange schedules, places, and data.

Microsoft Teams for personal use is also available on the internet, on mobile devices, and on desktop computers.

Microsoft is now enabling its Together mode for Teams personal users, the article said on Monday.

Microsoft, on the other hand, is yet to reveal proposals to substitute Skype with Teams for customers.

Microsoft Teams currently has 145 million regular active users worldwide, almost twice the figure a year earlier, according to the company’s CEO Satya Nadella.

The number of organizations of over 1,000 customers who have integrated third-party and line-of-business apps with Teams has nearly tripled year over year.

Over the last year, the organization also introduced over 300 features to Teams, including over 100 additional technologies in 2021.

The new inclusive meeting interface for hybrid jobs, which includes personalized gallery views, enables everyone to be viewed, seen, and engage regardless of whether they are at home, in a meeting space, at the hospital, or on the factory floor.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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