But one of the upcoming additions may leave you surprised – not because it’s a jaw-dropping feature that will blow you away, but because it’s not already in the app’s suite of features.
As reported by Techradar, in April Microsoft Teams will be getting an update which lets users respond to specific messages and quote the original in the reply.
This may seem like a basic feature for a messenger to have, with Slack for years letting people create message chains.
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Describing the reply to a specific message feature Microsoft said: “When chatting in Teams, you will be able to reply a specific message.
“The original message will be quoted in the reply text box, helping everyone in the chat to more easily understand the message’s context.
“Quoted replies will be available in 1:1, Group and Meeting chats.”
The feature will be generally available for Teams users.
And this isn’t the only new Teams feature that will be launching in April.
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In the Microsoft 365 Roadmap the tech giant added: “The expanded emoji update offers people more fun and expressiveness in Teams.
“It also introduces a wider range of diversity and representation. The emoji set has expanded from 85 to over 800 emojis, with a category selector, skin tone selector and short code picker.”
Towards the end of last year Microsoft said Teams had 115million daily active users. This October figure was compared to 32million towards the start of March last year.