Teams is also about to embrace Fluent Design

Teams is also about to embrace Fluent Design
A touch of Fluent Design for Teams too. It will be the next Microsoft product to see its interface undergo a restyling, albeit not revolutionary, as already done with the application icons and with some elements of the Windows 10 operating system.

Microsoft Teams : Fluent Design for the new interface

In any case, there is no radical change on the horizon nor that can shift the overall judgment on the platform, one of the most used in this period of the race to smart working tools . Below is a screenshot showing a preview of the new UI, obtained and published by the editors of the Windows Latest site.

The rollout will start involving the Insiders in the testing phase by November, to then reach everyone at a later time. For comparison, here is the layout of the current one.

In recent days, in conjunction with the publication of the financial results for the last quarterly, Microsoft has announced that Teams now has 115 million active users on a daily basis. An important growth for the Redmond group, considering that in April the share stood at 75 million.

Among the latest innovations introduced in terms of features we mention the possibility of changing devices during a meeting, improvements for file sharing methods, the debut of the ARM version and new scenarios for Together Mode.

Source: Windows Latest
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