Microsoft has uncovered various features it’s bringing to Teams calls. It will before long offer CarPlay support, so you can place and answer Teams calls using Siri while you’re on the road. Microsoft didn’t state whether it would add a comparable function for Android Auto or Alexa-enabled cars.
Somewhere else, Microsoft has upgraded the call interface with a streamlined design (which it uncovered at its Ignite conference) that arranges your contacts, voicemail and call history into a single view. Different features incorporate an alternative to merge calls, upgraded turn around number lookup (for example caller display) and spam call detection.
Teams admins would now be able to change the default storage location for call recordings to OneDrive and SharePoint rather than Microsoft Stream, which could make it simpler to share recordings or transcripts. Another valuable feature is in transit right on time one year from now: you’ll have the option to transfer calls between your phone and your PC. That, alongside the CarPlay support, will prove to be useful when you need to move to another location while you’re on a call. A low-data mode will likewise show up in early 2021.