Washington, November 20: Microsoft is now rolling out an all-day video calling option that will let Microsoft Teams users use the calls free for 24 hours. According to Mashable, this new feature supports up to 300 participants and can be the perfect way for a large crowd together this season without further spreading COVID-19. Also Read | ZTE Blade 20 Pro 5G Smartphone With Snapdragon 765G SoC Launched.
At a time when most video streaming services have a time limit, Microsoft intends to put no limits on family calls this holiday season. Also Read | Fashion Faceoff: Hina Khan or Mouni Roy – Whose Idea of Monochrome Fashion Gets Your Vote?.
As per Mashable, to start a video call with Microsoft Teams, the host will need a Microsoft account. Once logged in, the host can simply share the meeting link to friends and family who can then join the meeting via the Web for free without even needing a Microsoft account.
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