250 participants in Microsoft Teams can do video conferencing simultaneously, facility on the paid plan
11 months ago
On Wednesday, Microsoft company announced that now 250 participants in the video conferencing app Microsoft Teams will be able to join together for video conferencing. Earlier this limit was set to only 100 participants. With this update, the company hopes to compete with Google Meet and the Zoom app. Due to the lockdown, a large number of users who work from home started using a video conferencing app. Currently, Microsoft Teams has 75 crore users.
Microsoft teams will get this updated feature till the middle of this month. It is currently in the feature development process. The company says that sometimes you want to talk on a big project with a large group of people or want to discuss it with the entire staff, in such a situation, it is cumbersome to start a new team again and again. For such meetings, through the new feature of Meet, 250 participants will be possible. This new feature will be provided in all paid plans. Currently, only 20 participants are able to do video conferencing in Microsoft Teams free plan.
Apart from this, paid subscribers will also get facilities like schedule meetings, record meeting phone calls with audio conferencing. In the paid version, each user gets 1 TB of storage while in the free plan, every user gets 10 GB shared storage.