Being able to quote messages you want to respond to is something we already know and virtually all chat applications, including WhatsApp and Telegram, have this feature. The ability to quote a message is also available in Microsoft Teams, but is only available to mobile users. And this is going to change once Microsoft confirms that Teams desktop users will also be able to respond to a specific message in the coming days. The ability to quote a message is one of the most requested features on the Microsoft Teams User voice page and it has finally been added to the list of features listed in the backlog. This means that the Microsoft Teams technical team will soon start working on the feature, although it is not clear when Microsoft will roll out this handy feature to Teams Desktop users. On the other hand, Alex, who is part of the Teams technical team, confirmed that the company would share an update as soon as one is available.
To share a OneDrive file with a group of people so far, you need to type the names of all the people you wanted to share with. Microsoft is now simplifying this experience by enabling one-click sharing with family and groups. To use this feature, you must first pre-define your family or group of friends. Learn how to set up your family or a group of friends: To set up your family, go to family.microsoft.com, select Create a Family Group, and follow the instructions. Note: All members of the group need a Microsoft account, and each must accept your invitation to the group to access it. (You can also set up a family group on Xbox or with the Family Safety app.)
Microsoft will begin rolling out an upgrade for Microsoft Teams that will make the experience very engaging. For users of the collaboration tool, Microsoft is working on a new polling feature that will help you hold engaging and productive meetings or lessons. Teams Meetings surveys is a new feature that aims to make polls findable and seamless before, during, and after the meeting. The new Polls experience is powered by Microsoft Forms (alternative to Google Forms) and allows presenters or teachers to evaluate polls in Microsoft Teams meetings. The function is intended for both organizations and educational institutions.
According to Microsoft chief Satya Nadella, Microsoft Teams now has 115 million daily active users. Nadella shared the figures today during the company’s earnings call for the first quarter of 2021, noting that Teams’ growth has increased since more people started working primarily from home earlier this year. Microsoft Teams has experienced rapid growth over the past seven months. In March, the service had a total of about 44 million daily active users, up from 20 million in November 2019. That number quickly skyrocketed to 75 million daily active users in April.
Microsoft Forms is now available and no longer has a preview. Forms lets you create surveys and quizzes that you can easily share with people over the Internet. People can view surveys and quizzes on smartphones, tablets, and PCs through a browser or the Office mobile app. When you create a survey or quiz in Forms, you can use pre-existing templates or create content from scratch. The smart templates suggest things you can include, such as questions you want to add, and answers to list as options. Forms also suggest a theme for your quiz or survey. You can create forms with text, images, and videos to gather the information you need from people.
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (formerly Microsoft Defender ATP) risk assessment settings for iOS compliance policies are now available in public preview in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. We are excited to share this public preview as several customers have been waiting for this opportunity. Customers can find the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint setting when they create a new device compliance policy for iOS, where they can set devices to be marked as incompatible if a specific risk score for the machine (Clear, Low, Medium, High) is not met.
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