Top 10 Teams Features in 2019
As the year comes to an end we commonly look back and reflect on the good things that have happened...
2022, here we are. It's been a couple of years since I was invited to write one of these "look back" articles (maybe I was too harsh last time?) but with the rapid pace of innovation in Microsoft Teams, I think it's good to look back at how far we've come.
The following are my top 10 advancements in Microsoft Teams in 2021. They are not presented in any specific order. In addition, my daily focus leans towards the voice and meetings topics so my list leans that way as well. I hope folks will continue the conversation with their top advancements via Twitter (@enowconsulting and @AdamCBall):
Since we are at a list of the top advancements and have eight topics already, let's just go ahead and round it out to an even 10 with these two bonus topics:
As I look to 2022, here are a few things that I personally am either looking forward to or believe will become a trend/impact in the Microsoft Teams space:
What do you think? Did I miss a major update in 2021? Is there something else we should be looking forward to in 2022? One last thing I can predict in 2022 is that we will continue to see rapid innovation and change with the product. This will all keep the Adoption and Change Management folks busy for sure.
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Adam Ball, co-founder at Cloud Revolution, is a Microsoft Teams MVP and community contributor.