Microsoft Teams will be available for consumers soon

Microsoft started to provide Microsoft Teams service to enterprises a few years ago. This tool is an instant messaging software that allows business members to communicate better.

Especially during the coronavirus epidemic period, Microsoft Teams has greatly helped global users, including enterprise users. It is a bit regrettable that Microsoft has not opened services to ordinary consumers.

Microsoft today officially announced the release of Microsoft Teams for Life, the personal and home version, for free download and use by all users worldwide.

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However, at this stage, Microsoft has not officially launched the consumer version. Microsoft will launch a consumer version of the beta later, and it will be available publicly after the beta.

If you are interested, you can click here to sign up for the internal test. When the consumer version starts the internal test, Microsoft will send you a notification. Then you can log in and use it normally.

Now if you download Microsoft Teams, you will find that it does not work properly. After you log in, you will be prompted that you must be a member of an enterprise or organization before you can use it.

Via: TechCrunch