Microsoft Teams for iOS gets raise hand feature and more in the latest update

Microsoft has released a new update for Teams for iOS users. The update brings new features and improvements for the app.

With the new update, iOS users can access files, org charts, and other features from the 'More' option at the bottom. The new update allows adds the ability to invite participants using an invite link. Microsoft has also added support for the raise hand feature which was rolled out to the Teams desktop app last week. Lastly, the update now enables users to add files and folders to channels. Here's the full changelog:

  • Access files, org charts, and other features from "More" in the bottom bar of the app

  • Invite people to your meeting with an invite link

  • Add files and folders to channels

  • Raise a virtual hand during a meeting to let others know you want to speak

  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Microsoft has recorded a rise in Teams usage since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, Microsoft revealed that the service was used to make more than 2.7 billion minutes of calls on March 31 alone. The Redmond giant still has features planned to make working from home easier for Teams users. The upcoming features include AI-powered noise suppression, 250 participant limit in group chats, and more.

The latest Microsoft Teams update is rolling out to the iOS users and can be downloaded from the App Store.

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