With its annual Build conference underway, Microsoft announced an array of oncoming features for Microsoft Teams yesterday. But there's a bit more on the way, specifically for education, as Microsoft has published a new blog post on the Tech Community forums detailing a new integration with Prezi Video.
Prezi is a company that focuses on presentation software, with a tool similar to Microsoft's own PowerPoint. Prezi Video specifically focuses on creating short-form video content, complete with custom frames to highlight key points in the video or give additional context without having to switch to a different program or look at a separate document.
The integration in Teams consists of an app that can be downloaded from the Teams app store. Once it's installed, it makes it possible to not only quickly send videos, but also create them on the fly right inside Teams, with the ability to add multiple frames with text and images that smoothly transition from one to the next. The end goal is to make it easier to create educational content that's more engaging.
The Prezi Video app is available to download right now from Microsoft AppSource, or you can search for it inside Teams.