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Microsoft Teams now supports personal chats in Windows 11

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Microsoft Windows 11 was released on October 5. However, there are still many features to be added to the operating system. However, one new feature on Microsoft Teams, personal conversations, has recently been released. It will help users organize their personal and professional discussions. The goal of the latest version is to keep professional and personal elements of a person separate – something that is becoming increasingly confused as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. This has pushed everyone to adapt to the work-from-home lifestyle.

  1. Chat on Windows 11: Windows 11 can now utilize Microsoft Teams Chat on the new operating system. It’s a unique, lightweight experience that allows Teams’ personal account users to instantly initiate a video conference or chat with friends and family. At the start of Windows 11, Teams chat will be pinned to the Taskbar.
  2. Have personal chats with Microsoft Teams Chat: The new Teams experience on Windows 11 and Chat is only available to people with personal Microsoft accounts.
  3. Teams icons and labels in the Windows Taskbar: If you already have Teams installed on your device before upgrading to Windows 11. You can continue to use it for work or education.
  4. On Windows 11, there are two sorts of Teams apps: The Microsoft Teams apps on Windows 11 are divided into two categories. These categories are ersonal and professional. The Teams app has a blue tile with a white letter “T” inside labeled as work or school. You will be routed to download Teams for work or school if you try to chat with your work or school account.