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Fluid Components in Microsoft Teams Chat

Tim Timchur, Managing Director, 365 Architechs, is a qualified accountant, cybersecurity professional and governance and risk management expert.

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What is new?

 

Co-authoring and creating content with others in Microsoft Teams will soon be even easier and more efficient. Fluid components are coming to Microsoft Teams chat, enabling users to send a message with a table, action items or a list that can be edited by everyone in that conversation.

 

What are the benefits?

 

Fluid components combine content and conversations to create more unified and inclusive experiences. This feature also ensures that working content is always up to date. Microsoft has also announced the expansion of Fluid components coming later this year to Microsoft Teams meetings, OneNote, Outlook, and Whiteboard.

 

 

 

 

What is Microsoft Teams?

 

Microsoft Teams is the digital teamwork hub for modern businesses, facilitating collaboration with workspace chat, audio and video conferencing, shared file storage and application integration. Teams is part of the Microsoft 365 family and is accessible via desktop, mobile and web devices.