TIMES competes with Zoom and offers free 24/7 video calling
TIMES competes with Zoom and offers free 24/7 video calling

Microsoft announced a new feature that allows users of the Teams video conferencing service to make free video calls all day.

After the American software giant introduced TIMES to consumers via mobile devices earlier this year, Microsoft is now offering desktop and web versions of the service with features designed specifically for friends and family. Enables up to 300 free, round-the-clock video conferences with friends and family.

Users do not need a Microsoft account or TEAMS app to join a video call as they can join a video call for free using a web browser. TEAMS also supports displaying up to 49 friends or family members on a single screen in a grid view or via the "merge mode" feature that brings them all together in a virtual environment. .

As Thanksgiving approaches in the United States, Microsoft appears to be hoping that TIMES will become a way for families to connect with each other despite the isolation caused by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). When the control center officials suggested not attending the Thanksgiving meetings.

Microsoft's new features seem to be better than the Zoom service. The Zoom name has been linked to video conferencing in conjunction with common terms and is limited to 40 minutes. However, it is served during Thanksgiving.

In previous news, Microsoft released a new feature of service (TEAMS) that allows users to integrate with popular business services applications such as Asana.

Teams was previously limited to chatting and communicating through channels, but users can now integrate 20 new apps into their meetings. For example, in a meeting hosted on TIMES, users can discuss and edit projects created with Asana with others.

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