In brief: With thousands of people working from home, productivity and communications software suites like Microsoft Teams and Zoom have exploded in popularity. However, Microsoft isn't happy with its current Teams market share -- to entice more users to join its service, the tech giant is offering 24-hours-a-day video calls for free to all, among other updates.
This new feature is coming as part of a broader push to appeal to more ordinary consumers as opposed to business and enterprise customers. Starting now, Teams users can add a personal, non-work account and use it to chat with their friends and family at will.
Most importantly, as we said a moment ago, you can talk "all day" with your friends and family (up to 300, if you have a particularly massive family) through video or audio chats at no cost. Furthermore, you can create a personal or group chat with "up ...
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