Microsoft announced that Teams Premium is now available in preview, giving interested customers a chance to join the trial and experience additional enhanced features before the service typically launches in February 2023.
“Today, we are excited to share that we are making Microsoft Teams Premium available in preview widely, as a limited trial to our commercial customers. Microsoft 365 admin center,” declares Margie Desai, a product manager for Microsoft Teams blog post, “The features under this offering are available starting this December and will continue till January.”
Teams Premium, as reported october, offers a slew of new features, marking out different sections of the communication-collaboration platform and making them “more personalised, intelligent and secure”. Some of the features include Meeting Branding (to insert a custom logo and background in the meeting lobby), Meeting Guide (a guide in selecting the appropriate meeting type such as a client call, brainstorming meeting, or help desk call), and Intelligent Meeting Recap (AI) . -based suggestions and intelligent recap with autogenerated chapters and highlighted insights).
Other great features of Teams Premium are live translated captions from 40 spoken languages, advanced meeting security to prevent leaks and who can record, advanced virtual appointments, text reminders for clients, custom branded virtual appointments, management of appointments Single location for appointment queues, and the ability to view analytics related to teams such as trends and history. There will also be enhanced webinars, giving users new host controls and event management controls. Additionally, Premium will include a registration waitlist and manual approval that keeps webinar registration open after capacity is reached, allowing people to still register and be automatically added to the waitlist. Microsoft provides a comprehensive list of all these features and more on its blog.
Enrolling in the Microsoft 365 admin center will allow administrators to obtain a limited number of Teams Premium trial licenses, good for 30 days. Following this preview, Microsoft says customers who already have Microsoft 365 or Office 365 licenses can get Teams Premium as an add-on in February 2023.
The new offering is just one of many new things that have arrived teams, Recently, Microsoft also announced that it would finally Integrated Adobe Acrobat in Microsoft Teams and even introduced the new community facilities Which allows users to create communities dedicated to specific groups. In the Microsoft 365 roadmap, more features are expected to be released to public customers generally in 2023, including Team Casting from mobile devices to Microsoft Team Rooms on Windows, video un-mirroring feature, LinkedIn integration, self-chat feature, chat Pinning included. , even more.