Video-calling software Microsoft Teams will get an automated name recording characteristic, the tech big confirmed this through its person suggestions discussion board. It, nonetheless, didn’t give a timeline on when customers might count on the characteristic. Microsoft Teams rival Zoom already has this characteristic.
The question for an automated name recording characteristic was raised on Microsoft’s person suggestions discussion board, effectively, about three years in the past, by person Andreas. It goes: “If you know beforehand that a meeting should be recorded then it would be nice to have an option when scheduling the meeting to start recording automatically. This can help with not forgetting to start recording and save some time and effort not having to remember to do it manually.“
Microsoft did reply, in a ‘short’ span of three years:
“Thank you for your feedback! The team is currently working on this request. We will share an update as soon as one is available.“
They sure are working on it now. The feature is expected to be rolled out for both Microsoft Windows and macOS, when it arrives. Automatic call recording comes in real handy in the situations when you are in some important meeting and forget to record it manually. In cases such as these, the feature helps in saving you a copy of the meeting to refer to later.
Some of the new features that Microsoft plans to add to Teams are a new presence status “Out of Office”, that’s being rolled out. You can put your Teams’ private standing as “Out of Office” after you obtain this replace, which shall be seen by your colleagues after they attempt to name or chat with you. The “Out of Office” private standing can even be up to date robotically within the Outlook Calendar.