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Microsoft Teams will soon be available for download on the Microsoft Store

Microsoft recently updated the Microsoft 365 roadmap with a preview of its next release, Microsoft Teams. Users will soon be able to download it from the Microsoft Store that comes with Windows. Microsoft Teams in the Microsoft Store will provide Windows 10 and Windows 11 users with an easy way to install the program. Microsoft’s communication app was not available in its store until now. It had to be installed from the web or downloaded with the rest of Microsoft Office 365.

Microsoft currently provides two versions of Microsoft Teams – a “regular” version which can be downloaded directly from the official website and an integrated version of Windows 11. While Windows 10 has not yet received the integrated Microsoft Teams features, users Windows 11, on the other hand, will have to stick with the built-in chat app that can be found in the taskbar.

Microsoft Teams will be available on the Microsoft Store probably next month, for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users, according to the roadmap update.

“The Microsoft Team app for work, school and life will soon be available for download from the Microsoft Store. This app will support work, school and personal accounts on Windows 10 and work or school accounts on Windows 11 “, explains the roadmap.

Additionally, Microsoft Teams recently added five new features focused on reducing stress for frontline workers. These new features are the Walkie Talkie application, virtual appointment management, Microsoft Viva, Reflexis Shifts connector and audio notification for a lost device.

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