A whole new level with Teams app  

Prior to creating customized experiences within the Teams app, 1:1 chat, and group chats were the only tools available to users. For users, that could be more than likely frustrating, due to not having the luxury to meet with teammates in a meeting setting.

Microsoft has expanded a new way to empower developers with new meetings surfaces, and enabling quality collaboration experiences among meetings lifecycles.  

Microsoft is now empowering developers to create new meeting extensibility points. Developers will have the luxury to create quality collaborations experiences among meetings lifestyle, from meeting extensibility points.

Not only meetings will be enhanced during collaborations, but before and after features will be in full effect as well.

  • Before: Users will be able to add Teams apps during meeting set up. 
  • During: Developers will be able to design how their Teams app uses the app panel (right pane) within a meeting, along with in-meeting notifications (content bubbles).  
  • After: End users will have benefit of having their apps persist within this meetings surface to continue to use and draw back upon for further collaboration. 

 

Take Advantage 

Users will find these new meeting experience useful when collaborating with teammates, especially the “After” mode. With all that is going on and users all over working remote, having the affordance to draw back on a meeting is key to staying on top of work.

“After” will also be useful to users who might not be available to attend a meeting, because they can look back on meetings they missed.  

Accessibility to your teammate while working remote is the most effective way organizations all over the globe will increase employee communication and teamwork. Teamwork collaboration, via meetings in Teams, can be very helpful when collaborating on projects, ideas and advice.

Take advantage of all that Microsoft Teams can offer your organization. Make your teamwork collaborations more effective with Team Venti proven delivery methodology