On October 5, Microsoft released Windows 11. However, many features need to be introduced. Only one update has been just released, and this is the personal chat feature on Microsoft Teams. It is going to help users to integrate their professional and private conversations.
The purpose behind this recent launch is to sustain professional and personal aspects of a person separately. It seems some stuff is unclear because of the Covid-19 pandemic, which compelled every person to continue work from their homes.
What's Covered Below?
Microsoft Teams Chat on Windows 11
Users are now able to start using Chat from Microsoft Teams on the latest launch. It includes a lightweight experience and signature that has been released to allow Teams private account users to start a video call or chat promptly with family and friends. Moreover, the chat from Microsoft Teams is going to hold down the Taskbar at Windows 11 boot.
Carry out personal conversations through Microsoft Teams Chat
The latest Teams test on Windows 11 and Chat are aimed at private Microsoft accounts and will only be available to persons using such accounts.
Two Kinds of Microsoft Teams apps on Windows 11
On Windows 11, the two separate Microsoft Teams apps are intended for work and personal work. The Teams app will be marked as school/work with blue tile and a white letter “T” inside the icon. You will be relocated to download Teams for work or school if you log in Chat with your school/work account.
Microsoft Teams icons and labels in the Windows Taskbar
Users can also keep using Teams for school/work as they had before the update if the Teams app is installed before updating their device to Windows 11. However, the settings for their school/work app will remain the same.
Moreover, users will also have a dedicated app for each experience if they had one Teams app for both work/school or personal accounts on Windows 11. Microsoft Teams will also inform users when they log into the app’s crooked version unexpectedly.