Microsoft video calling application Teams will get one automatic call recording Feature, the tech giant confirmed this via its user feedback forum. However, there was no timetable for when users could expect the feature. Microsoft teams rival Zoom already has this function.
The question about an automatic call recording feature was asked about three years ago by user Andreas on the Microsoft forum for user feedback. It says, “If you know in advance that a meeting should be recorded, it would be nice if you had an option when you schedule the meeting to automatically start the recording. This can help ensure that you don’t forget to start recording and save time and effort without having to remember to do it manually. ”
Microsoft replied within three years:
“Thanks for your feedback! The team is currently working on this request. We will post an update as soon as one becomes available.”
I’m sure you’re working on it now. The feature is expected to be rolled out for both of them Microsoft Windows and MacOS when it matters. Automatic call recording is especially useful when you are in an important meeting and forget to record it manually. In such cases, the function will help you save a copy of the meeting that will be referred to later.
Some of the new features that Microsoft Teams is looking to add are the new Absent presence status that is currently being rolled out. You can set the personal status of your teams as “Away” after receiving this update. This will be shown to your co-workers when they try to call you or chat with you. The personal status “Away” is also automatically updated in the Outlook calendar.