Microsoft Teams gets separate windows support, meeting badges and more

Microsoft Teams is getting a new update on Windows 10 and macOS
with ability to open Teams apps like To-Do into separate
windows and more.

This feature is already available for your meetings and
Microsoft is now enabling support for separate windows for
personal apps like Microsoft To-Do. After the update, you’ll be
able to pop out your apps or tools into a separate window and
then resize, reposition or close the window without accessing
the primary window of Teams.

Separate windows support makes multi-tasking easier when you
are in a meeting and you want to use more than one app.

To use this feature, simply open the left navigation pane and
right-click on your app like To-Do. When done properly, you’ll
see a context menu with a new option called ‘pop up’. Click on
the option and Microsoft Teams will open the apps in a separate

Microsoft Teams separate windows

In addition, Microsoft is also rolling out support for
customizable badges. This will allow users to create custom
praise badges for users with name, photo, language, etc.

Better attendance report

Microsoft currently allows teachers to instantly download the
attendance report from the meeting tab. In early 2021,
Microsoft Teams will get enhancements for the attendance report
feature, which includes additional data to better manage the

Emails integration

Microsoft has also updated its
roadmap to confirm that it will add the ability to share
your Outlook emails on Teams. This will allow you to share
Outlook emails to chats and channels in Microsoft Teams. In
addition to Outlook emails integration, you can now create a
specific calendar for participants and sync it to the calendar.

Along with Outlook integration, Microsoft
has recently rolled out support for breakout rooms, native
notification support as well as support for LinkedIn-like

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